Lake Erie - Chautauqua Area

New York

8Listings$25K-$400K$2MTotal Value
Lake Erie - Chautauqua Area, New York

Lake Erie real estate is one of the top markets for lake homes and land for sale in New York.

Currently there are 16 homes for sale on Lake Erie near Chautauqua and 12 land lots.

Lake Erie homes for sale near Chautauqua range between $112,000 and $893,000, creating a total market value over $10 million.

  • 799Mi. of Shoreline
  • 62Avg. Depth
  • 210Deepest Depth
  • Shoreline Borders
    State Park (Some)
    National Park (Some)
  • Ownership
    Public
  • Acreage
    6,342,400
  • Water Level
    Full Pool Year Round
Marinas
(716) 366-1774
30 Lake Shore Dr E
Dunkirk, NY 14048
Monroe Marina
(716) 326-4608
8241 1st St
Westfeild, NY 14787
Golf Courses
(716) 357-6304
4731 W Lake Rd
Mayville , NY 14757
Campgrounds
(716) 736-3362
10768 W Lake Rd
Ripley , NY 14775
  • Counties: Chautauqua County
  • Fish: Brown Trout, Northern Pike, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye
  • Condos available (Yes)
  • Notable events: Chautauqua Food and Film, Festival
  • Sailing clubs: Dunkirk Yacht Club
  • Interesting facts: Lake Erie is the warmest and the most biologically productive of the Great Lakes.
  • Known for: One of the five Great Lakes.
  • History: in 1833 a Lake Erie crossing was used for fugitive slaves to seek freedom into Canada.
Hospitals
(716) 487-0141
207 Foote Ave
Jamestown, NY 14701
Airports
Buffalo Niagara International Airport
4200 Genesee St, Buffalo, NY 14225
78 miles away
Chautauqua County Jamestown Airport
3163 Airport Dr, Jamestown, NY 14701
About Lake Erie - Chautauqua Area
Fourth-Largest Lake in the World

Covering over six million acres of surface area, Lake Erie is one of the largest lakes in the world. This lake reaches depths up to 210 feet and has over 700 miles of shoreline.

Chautauqua County

On the Chautauqua side of Lake Erie, residents get to have more distance from the big city and enjoy the peaceful beauty that this region has to offer.

This county is known for it being a small town packed with history. When spending the day off the water, you can check out one of the many museums, or even go hiking at the Panama Rocks Scenic Park.

History

Lake Erie has a rich history dating back hundreds of years ago. The lake got its name from a Native American group called The Erie Tribe from the southern edge of the lake.

A Quiet Place to Call Home

Unlike the Buffalo side of Lake Erie, the Chautauqua side of the lake offers a quiet, small-town atmosphere. If you're looking for lake living, but want to be away from the city, this is the area for you.