The Lake Tahoe real estate market has been super hot throughout the pandemic, fueled largely by Bay Area transplants fleeing to the serene alpine setting — and driving up prices astronomically in the process.

But even as the pandemic subsides, buyers are still clamoring for high-end homes in the popular tourist region, especially coveted lakefront properties. One eye-popping piece of evidence: A sprawling property in Incline Village sold last month for $22 million, the highest-priced sale in the town so far this year.

Lexi Cerretti, who represented the buyers, was also involved in the sale of a $38 million property last September, which reportedly was the priciest-ever waterfront sale on the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe. That estate was famous for its role as the fictional Ponderosa Ranch in the long-running Western television series “Bonanza.”

The recent $22 million sale involved one of just 15…

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