Is a channel shoreline a good option for an affordable Minnesota lake home?
You want to live on a full recreational Minnesota lake so you can waterski, jet ski and use a motor not a paddle. But sandy shoreline on a full rec lake can often be out of the budget of most homebuyers. What are good alternatives? Consider living on a channel shoreline.
Many Minnesota lakes will have inlets, outlets and channels that open one lake to another. Shoreline by its very nature is not a straight line. If follows the geography of the land defined by
the flow of water and water table. Often these inlets and channels
that will lead to other bodies of water whether a lakes or wetland marshy areas. Sometimes a channel will tie two large lakes together.
property with shoreline along a channel can be an affordable option for
home buyers who want access to a full recreational lake. Many large
lakes will have channels or narrow extensions that lead to other lakes
or ponds. Channel shoreline is always wide open and sandy so it does not always make the perfect sandy swimming
beach. But most of the time it does allow a short dock or slip for a boat and, what makes it very attractive, is the access it will have to a
main lake. Sometimes, the view of on a channel will include a view of the homes on the
opposite shore but if the goal is to live on a
full recreational lake without breaking the budget, it is can be a great alternative.
In the Market for a Home on a Minnesota Lake? If
you are buying, selling or relocating to Minnesota and need help from a
professional REALTOR®, give me, Teri Eckholm of Boardman Realty, a
call or visit my website for a FREE Home Buyer Success Guide or FREE Home Value Report. I specialize in
acreage and lakeshore properties in the north and east Twin Cities
metro area including Ham Lake, Lino Lakes and all communities in the
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Washington Counties in Minnesota.
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