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Pinewild Condominiums - Zephyr Cove



PineWild Condominiums - Zephyr Cove, Nevada

Nobody knows the beautiful gated PineWild area better than Chase. Our family was in fact, part of building the lakefront development. We have lived here ourselves and on behalf of many clients, have bought and sold beautiful units over the past several decades. Whether you are considering selling or buying - our experience and expertise offer you a distinct advantage in the marketplace. Please contact Georgia Chase for market information and excellent performance on your behalf.

 
 
 

History
Marla Bay, extending from Round Hill on the South to Zephyr Cove on the north was pre-empted, along with 160 acres of land by John Marley, an English-man, in 1864 to engage in farming and ranching. He bore the doubtful distinction of being listed on the first tax role of Douglas County with a property valuation of $25.00. In 1870, Captain August W. Pray of Glenbrook bought Marley’s ranch for back taxes 

 
 
 

The bay continues to bear Marley’s name, which has been shortened to, “Marla”. Pray felled the choice timber and then sold to William McFaul who moved his family from Zephyr Cove in 1884. In 1890, Joe Short of Carson City took over the McFaul Ranch until 1893 when the McFaul’s returned to engage in wood brokering and ranching. In 1912, McFaul died and the ranch sold to a family by the name of Cogel. In 1922, Norman DeVaux, builder of the Devaux automobile, bought the quarter section surrounding Marla Bay. He built a private lodge on the north slope of Round Mound with bath houses and boat houses for his express cruiser, Myrno III and a mahogany run about, Apache II. After the 1929 depression, Arthur K. Bourne of the Singer Sewing Machine family, took over DeVaux’s property and by 1935 had doubled his holdings of Tahoe property. The lodge was operated as a commercial summer resort known as Round Hill Resort. Bourne built other lakefront homes north of the resort in Marla Bay. 

In 1969, Kaiser-Aetna, the manufacturing and insurance firms formed a joint venture, they acquired the Marla Bay property named “PineWild” from the Bourne family expressly to build a condominium home complex on Lake Tahoe. As the economy changed, Kaiser-Aetna found its interest in real estate waning. A take-over deal was negotiated with Chuck Neff and his manufacturing company, Holland Pacific, who completed the building of PineWild.

  
Pinewild Features
  • 135 townhomes
  • 24 beachfronts
  • 28 lakefronts
  • 27 bordering the meadow
  • Gated entrance
  • Private pier, beach and deeded buoys
  • Tennis courts
  • Beautiful landscaping and water feature
  • 3 miles to CA/NV state line
  • 6 miles to Heavenly’s boulder lodge and lift
  • Douglas County School bus stops at the Hwy 50 entrance
  • HOA: yes
  • Includes: Private beach, pier, gated security, tennis courts, landscaping, snow removal, trash removal, exterior maintenance, fire insurance, water & sewer
  • CC&Rs: yes
  • Water/Sewer District: Round Hill GID