Moen Chain – Properties for Sale

Moen Chain of Lakes Real Estate

If you’re looking for a corner of a NE Wisconsin’s lake to call your own, look no further than one the five interconnected lakes that make up the Moen Chain. This scenic series of lakes in Oneida County is a hidden treasure. Here, in the dark shallow waters, you’ll find excellent fishing. And when you look out to the shoreline, your eye will rest on a green canopy of trees. These lakes are on the small side, which makes being on them feel more intimate. When you own a lakefront home on the Moen Chain, you’re buying into a very easy-going lifestyle.

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Welcome to the Moen Chain of Lakes

Take a look around you. The thick foliage and iridescent waters of the Moen Chain make this landscape pretty enough to be a painting. And you should see it in the fall when the leaves change color. Anglers will be thrilled with the fishing opportunities here. The walleye are abundant. The northern pike are common in the shallow weeds. The muskies linger in the weeded edges of the lake. Of course, the Moen Chain is also lovely to explore with a canoe paddle in hand and a view of the gently rippling surface. You’ve got nearly 13 miles of shoreline at your fingertips. All of this is available to you when you own a lake home on the Moen Chain of lakes. 

Buy a Lake Home on the Moen Chain

Looking for a little privacy, a nice view, and a chance to partake in the best that Northeast Wisconsin lake country has to offer? You’re in the right spot. Buying a lake home, a quaint cottage, or a rustic cabin situated on the Moen Chain of Lakes connects you to more than just a small backyard body of water. It’s your gateway to a series of lakes–each unique in its own way. Prepare yourself for breathtaking sunsets that reflect on the lake’s surface, a ready supply of freshwater fish, and a peaceful atmosphere where you can truly kick back and relax. 

To find lakeshore property, lake cabins, and lake homes on the Moen Chain of Lakes, check out our listings. You can also talk directly to Patrick Schey.

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