Lake Seventeen Properties for Sale

Lake Seventeen Real Estate

You’re in the market for a sweet piece of real estate in lake country. Look no farther than Oneida County. Here you’ll find the lake you’ve been looking for: Lake Seventeen. With great lakefront homes, cabins, and vacation properties available, you might just find yourself residing on Lake Seventeen, happy as a clam. 

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Smaller and More Unique, That’s Lake Seventeen

People say Lake Seventeen is one of the nicest smaller lakes in the Oneida County region. It’s 176 acres in size, and boasts a shoreline that’s over 4 miles long, which makes for great exploring. Meanwhile, in the lake itself, the water is crystal-clear and 37 feet down at the deepest point. In these cool blue waters, anglers will be in heaven, as there’s six different kinds of fish to be caught: Northern Pike, Musky, Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, and Walleye. Because Lake Seventeen is off the beaten path, you’ll enjoy the holy grail of lake life in Northeast Wisconsin: privacy. Imagine owning a cabin on the water, a lake home facing the shoreline, a vacation getaway right on the waters of Lake Seventeen. Does it get any better than that? 

Buy a Lake Home on Lake Seventeen

When you live in a lakefront home on Lake Seventeen, you’re living the good life. This quiet and tucked away lake is so unique. It’s a special place in nature, and spending time on the water will make that obvious. Looking out at the leafy trees and rich green conifers, you’ll breathe easy knowing you’re isolated in your own sliver of the Northwoods. Yet, you’ll relax knowing that it’s a quick drive to get to town. The closest town is Minocqua—a 12-minute drive. Settle into the quiet out here in the lovely Oneida County and write your novel. Lake Seventeen is calling.

Patrick Schey is Your Northwoods Real Estate Connection!

To find lakeshore property, lake cabins, and lake homes on Lake Seventeen, check out our listings. You can also talk directly to Patrick Schey.

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