Glenbrook

Glenbrook

A snapshot of Glenbrook:

Residences 297
Lakefronts 61
Gated Entrance Yes
Private Homeowners Beach Yes
Pier and Buoys with Valet Yes
HOA Yes
CC&R Yes

What You Need to Know About Life in Glenbrook, Nevada

 

The affluent community of Glenbrook, Nevada is one steeped in history. As one of the first neighborhoods to be established along Lake Tahoe, this private, gated community is where history says that Mark Twain first viewed the breathtaking lake. He even wrote about his first time seeing it in 1872’s famous book, “Roughing It” where he referred to the lake as “surely the fairest picture the world affords.”

When you buy a home in Glenbrook, you’ll be getting more than just an area with a rich history and outstanding waterfront views. A secluded, 9-hole golf course is located right within the neighborhood, offering golf enthusiasts a chance to perfect their swing on pristine greens which are surrounded by nearly 600 acres of undeveloped land. The community also enjoys tennis courts and park. The rural setting is one of the things that is so attractive about this community. There are plenty of beaches, meadows, and walking trails to explore among the over 750 acres that Glenbrook encompasses.

With the median home value being well-above the national average, you’re getting a community that is well-established, with most of the residents owning their home. Those residents take pride in their home ownership by meticulously maintaining the outside of their homes. Whether you’re viewing the homes while cruising along Lake Tahoe in a boat, driving down a path along the mountain, or taking a walk through the neighborhood, you’ll notice and appreciate the beautifully landscaped homes and well-cared for streets.

The small population allows for a tight-knit, safe community where there is almost no crime to report. Along with five nearby hospitals/ medical centers, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, and Glenbrook Fire Station serves the residents of Glenbrook.