Long Term South Lake Tahoe Property Management
Pinnacle offers competitive rates and with their vast knowledge of the Lake Tahoe Basin and all of the issues that can arise in a four season resort-based town you will in good hands.
Pinnacle is located in the heart of South Lake Tahoe which affords easy access to a majority of our rental properties. This allows multiple property checks during the length of a tenancy and not a check-in/check out approach to management. Your property will be inspected on a regular basis and reports electronically sent to you as problems and/or issues occur.
The benefits of a hands on local management company are many but the piece of mind knowing that your valuable Lake Tahoe property is being cared for meticulously and marketed to obtain the highest possible return is huge.
Our marketing efforts range from the “old school” approach of print media to a myriad of state of the art cutting edge marketing methods that range from e-flyers, blogs, multiple web portals, good old fashioned web sites and the tried and true method of word of mouth and networking.
If you are looking for different kind of Lake Tahoe property management company with a different culture between homeowner, management and tenant then you may want to explore our approach further.
Please call 530-721-2208 or 888-827-8957 to discuss your Lake Tahoe property management needs with one of our South lake Tahoe resident experts.
The squirrels have gone absolutely crazy eating and actually cutting pine cones from the trees in preparation for a HUGE South Lake Tahoe winter? Only time will tell but there are actual scientific indications for a big winter namely our old friend “El Nino” The El Nino is expected to strengthen later this fall and become a full fledged El Nino by mid winter.
El Nino does not always foretell a big winter but in a majority of cases winter of note are associated with an El Nino event.
Noteable El Nino winter from the past have been 1982-83; 1968-69; 2004-05; 1997-98. It is worth noting that the BIG winter of 1951-52 was not an strong El Nino but there have been some comparisons to that epic winter and how this El Nino is beginning and is forecast to locate itself. Maybe I need to bring in more firewood and get the hurricane lamps ready!
I have been trying to do further historic research an winter such as 1846-47 which of course was the winter the Donner Party was trapped in the Sierra’s and endured incredible hardships. That winter the snow was estimated at Donner lake to be over 22 feet deep! The estimates at Donner Summit were over 40 feet! Was that an El Nino year? I am checking.
Mountain Retreat -The Tahoe Tree House
Fabulous Lake Tahoe mountain retreat! All the bells and whistles…Hot Tub, high speed internet, gorgeous furnishings,huge relaxing decks, tons of privacy and “Old Tahoe” charm to boot. The Tahoe Tree House is situated in one of South Lake Tahoe’s favorite areas and is literally minutes to Heavenly, Sierra, Kirkwood and all of South Shore famous attractions including pristine beaches, marinas, hiking and casinos! The famous “Mr. Toads” mountain bike trail is minutes away as well.
During winter months the huge parcel becomes a mecca for sledding as the home has a natural sled hill right from the cabin. Or, walk a block down the street and step into miles and miles of National Forest perfect for snow shoeing, cross-country skiing and nearby the National Forest allows snowmobiles. The trail system is extensive (call for info 866-407-0245 on any of these activities…we know the ropes!)
Book The Tahoe Tree House…you will NOT be disappointed
|Internet Access:||High Speed Wireless|
|TV Cable/Satellite:||Cable TV|
|Balcony:||Large View Decks|
|Distance To Skiing:||10 Minutes|
|Fireplace, Wood/Gas:||Gas Fireplace|
|Square Footage, Est.:||1500|
|Beach Distance:||10-12 Minutes|
|Bed Size 1st/Master:||Queen|
|Bed Size 2nd Rm:||Queen|
|Bed Size 3rd Rm:||Queen|
|Bed Size 4th Rm:||Double/Loft|
|Ski In Ski Out:||X-Country|
|# Bathrooms:||2 Full|
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Tahoe Cabin Firewood-Delivered!
When staying at your South Lake Tahoe cabin, home or condo rental that sports a wood burning fireplace utilize the service of K and K to supply you with the perfect amount of firewood for you weekend or week long stay. They will deliver, haul and stack right to your Lake Tahoe vacation rental cabin! This is a fabulous service and one that will keep you warm and cozy during your next Lake Tahoe vacation! Call 530-577-5678 Office or 530-308-5265 Cell to order your “Weekend Wood” and have it waiting for you upon your arrival at your South Lake Tahoe cabin rental.
South Lake Tahoe Activities and Events-Oct 2009
Weekly Fun Run
Every Thursday at 6PM. Come and do a fun 4-6 mile walk/run at Sawmill Pond, right on Lake Tahoe Blvd. If you have any question contact them at: Email:firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone:775-588-5138, or website:www.tahoemtnmilers.org.
Kids Night Out
Every Saturday, 6-11PM. Do you want a night out? Do you want to know your kid is safe and will have fun with other kids their age? Well take them to 867 Eloise Ave. Suite B South Lake Tahoe CA, 96150. Have any questions? Contact them at: Email:email@example.com, Phone:530-544-7314 or at their website:www.tahoegym.net.
Every Tuesday 6:30-9:30PM. Come and show off your swing dancing moves, and if you have no moves come and learn. Come join us at El Charro Avitia’s Restaurant, 4389 S. Carson St., Carson City. No partner is required. Call 629-9369 or go to www.highsierrasdc.org .
Bill Behr’s Open Mic
Every night 9:30PM. Any one over the age of 21 is welcome to enjoy a fun night with music and drinks. If you have any questions contact them at: Phone:530.541.4960 or website:www.rojostahoe.com.
20th Annual Kokanee Salmon Festival
October 3 and 4, 10AM-4PM. Taylor Creek Visitor Center South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150. The 20th Annual Kokanee Salmon Festival will be held this year at the U.S. Forest Service Visitor Center at Taylor Creek, 3 miles north of the City of South Lake Tahoe on California Highway 89. The festival is a weekend of family activities celebrating the annual spawning run of the Kokanee Salmon up Taylor Creek and the golden colors of Fall. Come enjoy the special events, great food, and meet Sammy Salmon! This year’s celebrations include a number of events and activities that have become associated with the Salmon Festival. Back this year will be the Salmon Feed, 5k, 10k, a children’s run, children’s activities, educational programs and booths, and streamside programs. Located in: Taylor Creek Visitor Center and Stream Profile Chamber. More Info: Phone: (530) 543-2674
The 14th Annual Camp Richardson Oktoberfest
October 3 and 4. Oktoberfest is fun for the entire family, a traditional welcome to the fall, featuring great food, music, a Kid’s Carnival, and the famous Beer and Wine Garden. Come check out the German Food & Desserts, Craft Booths, Beer & Wine Garden, Live Music Pumpkin Patch, Bouncy Castle, Face Painting, Children’s Games, Hay Rides by Camp Rich Corral, and Free Parking. Call (800) 544-1801
October 10, 2009 at 2PM. Come and learn about Lake Tahoes past with Bill Craven. Join him atSouth Lake Tahoe Branch Library,1000 Rufus Allen Blvd, South Lake Tahoe CA, 96150. If you have any questions contact at:530-573-3185