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Chain O'Lakes - Channel Lake Real Estate Agent

Holly Blanchette

Lake Homes Realty

(847) 696-8026

Licensed since 1989, Holly started specializing in waterfront property in 1998. Growing up in the Chicago suburbs and learning to waterski at age 10, Holly looked forward to every opportunity to visit a lake. She has now lived and boated on both the Chain O'Lakes and private lakes in Lake County for over 30 years. This extensive knowledge of the lakes is a great asset in helping her clients find the type of waterfront location that best suits their needs.

 

Prior to getting her real estate license in 1989, Holly enjoyed teaching junior high English and French and coaching volleyball, basketball and softball; all sports she played herself. Playing competitively in high school, college, and beyond, Holly applies the same skills necessary for success to her real estate career. Taking care of the details, anticipating and proactively solving problems and communicating well are the strengths she brings to each real estate transactions. Holly puts her clients first. Whether representing buyers or sellers, her goal is to make the purchase or sale of a home as easy and stress free as possible. This dedication is evident from her being a Chicago Magazine 5 Star Real Estate Agent award winner, as well as a Hall of Fame realtor.

 

Holly has been married to her husband, Daryl, for 25 years and they have one son, Tom. Spring and summer, they enjoy water skiing and wakeboarding. Outdoor sports continue in the winter with ice skating and skiing. Her husband is an avid fisherman all year round. Their son, realizing how much he had enjoyed growing up on a lake, made a waterfront location a priority when searching for his own home. Holly would love to help you achieve the same dream for your family.

 

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Holly  Blanchette

Contact Holly:

(847) 696-8026

 
 
 

About Chain O'Lakes - Channel Lake

Between Milwaukee and Chicago

Just below the Wisconsin state border sits Channel Lake. Channel Lake is one of the fifteen lakes that comprise the Chain O'Lakes waterway system. The Chain is reported to be the busiest inland recreational waterway per acre in the United States.

 

Considered a part of the Chicagoland tourism region, Channel Lake is the northernmost lake and closest to the windy city. When looking at a map, it might seem like Channel Lake and its neighbor, Lake Catherine, are connected. An underwater ridge separates them.

 

Channel Lake is one of the mid-sized lakes in the Chain O'Lakes region covering 352 acres.

 

Lake Recreation

Like all the lakes in the Chain O'Lakes waterway system, Channel Lake has a wide variety of fish species, and anglers can catch a muskie, largemouth bass, yellow perch, and crappie along the entire Chain. Additionally, Channel Lake is known for its bass and northern pike.

 

Boating, ice fishing, skiing, biking, picnicking, ice skating, hunting, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, and hiking can all be enjoyed around Channel Lake. This lake truly has something for everyone.

 

Downstream from Channel Lake, the 840-acre Chain O'Lakes State Park borders three of the Chain lakes and neighbors a 3,230-acre conservation area.

 

Trails for hiking and horseback riding cover the 2,450-acre park, which also offers overnight campgrounds. Hunting is permitted in the season for doves and waterfowl; there is an archery season for deer. Visitors can even have fun in the winter when there are ice fishing and cross-country skiing.

 

Nearby Shops

Due to the large size of the 7,000-acre Chain O'Lakes region, there is a plethora of shops, restaurants, vacation rentals, and attractions for the family to enjoy.

 

The Best Place to Experience Lake Life

Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or find a vacation rental, Channel Lake is an excellent choice.