Willow Flowage Properties for Sale
Willow Flowage Real Estate
You’ve been seriously considering the purchase of a lake home or cabin in Northern Wisconsin. Well, Oneida County has one gorgeous–and enormous–lake for you to consider buying your lakeshore property on: Willow Flowage. This is a stunner of a lake, with intricate shoreline and unique inlets. Owning property on Willow Flowage is not only tempting, it’s a very good idea.
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Willow Flowage Is the Ideal Getaway
Behold–Willow Flowage, the 4,217-acre lake of your wildest dreams. When you buy lakefront property here, you’re buying into the majesty of winding inlets, twisting and curving topography, and gorgeous views. Willow Flowage is 30 feet deep at the deepest point, and its serene waters are open to the public at four boat landings. Fishermen will enjoy the variety of fish that reside here. You’ve got Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Musky, Northern Pike, and Panfish. When you’re out on the lake and look back at your lakeshore home, you’ll likely feel a little disbelief at first. Do I really live here? Yes, owning real estate on Willow Flowage in Northern Wisconsin is a dream come true.
Make Your Lake Home on Willow Flowage
Welcome home to your lake home, cabin, or cottage on Willow Flowage. On any given day, you could be out in your boat on the placid water fishing, you could be waterskiing with the family, or you could be exploring the interesting shoreline in a kayak. If you get the hankering for a little interaction in town, a trip to Minocqua is only 28 minutes. But if you want to keep things close to home, you’ve got Willow Haven Bar & Grill that you can pull right into with your boat. If you’re looking for a lake home for sale, a cabin for sale, or truly special lakeshore property, look no further than Willow Flowage.
Patrick Schey is Your Northwoods Real Estate Connection!
To find lakeshore property, lake cabins, and lake homes on Willow Flowage, check out our listings. You can also talk directly to Patrick Schey.