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If you are thinking of moving to Incline Village, you’ve picked a great place to live. It is not for any small reason that it is called Incline Village. It truly is on the incline! The town got its name in 1878 when loggers working in the area built the Great Incline Tramway. The village is where some of the wealthiest people in the world have settled and you will marvel at the striking mountain retreats. With a population of approximately 8800 people, the Village is part of the Reno-sparks Metropolitan area and is located on the north shore of Lake Tahoe where residents enjoy relaxing at the picturesque beaches.
If you are looking to relocate here Owens Brothers Transfer can help you move to Incline Village or to move within Incline Village. We offer free quotes, no unexplained charges or hidden fees, professional packing services, and storage for your long distance or local moves. Our professionally trained movers will handle your furniture and valuable belongings with care quickly and efficiently.
Families will be pleased to know that there are public schools including elementary, middle, and high school in the Washoe County School District. The main campus of Sierra Nevada College is also located in Incline Village.
Winter months may find you taking advantage of the snow at Diamond Peak Ski Area where skiing down the mountain affords you fantastic views of the mountains and the lake. Diamond Peak is located within the city limits. Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe Resort is at Tahoe’s highest elevation of 8,280 feet and gives the skier a thrilling descent down 1,800 vertical feet in about 3-1/2 minutes. The Resort is perched on the mountainside rim of Slide Bowl and has expansive views to the south and east.
Moving to Incline Village will have you learning about the history of the area that tells the story of the logging Industry in times past. The Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company operated in the Incline Village area and built the SNW&L Incline Railway. The great mining boom of the 1800s necessitated the need for lumber. Timber cut around the Lake Tahoe area was put onto the railway and moved up 1,400 feet and then sent down the eastern side of the mountain by a gravity flume.
Life in Incline Village will also have you learning of the notable people who have had homes here, among them wealthy Warren Buffett, Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle, and Mike Love of the Beach Boys.
Latitude: 39.24968 and Longitude: -119.95268
Moving to Incline Village? Call for a free quote. (775) 831-0245
Owens Brothers Transfer services the following areas around Lake Tahoe