The home was nice, roof over your head and everything worked and was well stocked. Great bang for the buck, with wonderful weather. We have never been to Lake Tahoe and we rented this home as our " Vacation getaway" , stating two adults and one dog. We took our Great Dane with us this year and needed a pet friendly home. For some reason "pet friendly" in Lake Tahoe means homes that have been damaged by pets from previous renters, but not be repaired. This also means that front and side yards of this home have become "poop" grounds for all of other many unleashed dogs in the neighborhood. The rule for keeping your dog on a leash and barking seems to only apply to vacation renters and not the locals. We had to use our deck furnishing to block and keep the neighbors dogs from walking up on the deck the whole week. This also meant we could not walk our dog, as some of the (wonders) were not friendly.
The home sits beside to active child day cares, one next store and across the street. Although the kids were noisy at times, it ruined the deck and hot tub atmosphere, as you over looked the back and front yards filled with kids, large toys and what ever else (Junk), not to mention the traffic in and out.
Not sure on what advise to give, other than look at remarks column, two adults, no kids, add more filters or more pictures to inform or advise tenants on this or a different location. After all isn't Tahoe Getaways selling Vacation Getaways? We asked our rep from Tahoe Getaways about this, only to be told, that is common in this neighborhood and should have gone somewhere else!! How are we to know that! so lesson learned.
If what I mention above doesn't bother you then this home is fine
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