Tahoma is a Westshore Tahoe neighborhood overlapping some of Homewood in Placer county to Meeks Bay to Rubicon in El Dorado County. Best known as “The Avenues” when someone is describing Tahoma they often mean the grid section of the subdivision called Tahoe Cedars. The general area of Tahoma though, covers a larger area. Wikipedia says: Tahoma started as a resort in 1916. The place name was created from combining “Tahoe” and “home.” During the 1960 Winter Olympics in nearby Squaw Valley, Tahoma was selected as the site of the cross-country skiing and biathlon, as there was insufficient space in Squaw Valley. The temporary McKinney Creek Stadium was built for the game and demolished afterwards. There is usually a good inventory of homes for sale in Tahoma.
Home prices in this area range from affordable in “The Avenues” to Luxury lakefront homes.
Neighborhood G Homes for Sale
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