Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake George Real Estate Agent

Rachel Manhim

Lake Homes Realty

(518) 535-1727

Rachel is a seasoned real estate professional with a strong background in marketing and sales. She holds a certificate in both paralegal studies and as a legal assistant.


Rachel spent time living and working in Charlotte, North Carolina. She worked for a commercial firm performing environmental reviews on building sites for stores, where she was honored with an award for promoting sales growth. During that time, Rachel attended Purdue University to receive her certificate in paralegal studies.


One constant in her professional history is her passion for real estate, so Rachel pursued her license to become a real estate salesperson. She began her sales career for a local real estate company growing her practice in sales and leases for both residential dwellings and commercial spaces.


Rachel currently resides on Lake George in beautiful upstate New York. Adirondack Park has given Rachel a new appreciation for the outdoor lifestyle and the various activities available. Rachel is very passionate about sharing her excitement for the area and the lake lifestyle with others.


Rachel is committed to providing her clients with expert real estate advice. She does this with exceptional transactional experience and an award-winning team. The secret to success is an excellent company marketing platform and white-glove service from start to finish. Rachel prides herself on her commitment to buyers and sellers, delivering superior experiences and results. Her goal is to exceed their expectations at every stage of the process.


She enjoys all aspects of Lake Life, especially being able to wake up every morning to see the steam rise off the water and watch the wind move through the trees on the mountain. It reminds her how precious life truly is and to take time to stop and smell the fresh mountain air that is truly rejuvenating.


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(518) 535-1727


About Lake George

A Natural Beauty

Lake George carries a reputation of nearly unparalleled beauty. The water body is conveniently located between New York City and Montreal, Canada, and just south of the Adirondack Mountains.


Lake George is a glacial lake that sprawls over 28,000 acres. At its deepest, Lake George plunges to 200 feet with an average depth of 82 feet.


The Lake George Park Commission oversees the lake's water levels while it decreases 12-16 inches every winter and fluctuates about five to six inches during the summer.


Interesting History

Samuel de Champlain founded the lake in 1609, but the lake was renamed after the French and Indian War for King George II. The body of water played a supporting role in several battles and hosted many prominent historical figures, including Thomas Jefferson.


A Plethora of Activities to Enjoy

Lake George offers enjoyable activities for all ages and contains some of the clearest and cleanest water in New York.


Water sports and motorboats are allowed on the lake, and there are several local marinas offering boat and jet ski rentals.


Scuba diving is also popular. Divers often discover old shipwrecks, sunken cannons, and much more.


Fishing is an all-time favorite on Lake George, especially ice fishing in the winter. In the spring and summer months, anglers can find everything from largemouth bass to landlocked salmon, lake and rainbow trout, and yellow perch.


Off the Water

Lake George's southern shore comprises activities and events, including wax museums, cruise ships, mini-golf, and other tourist attractions.


A popular place to visit is the Fort William Henry Museum and Restoration. You can experience how soldiers fought and died in the wilderness during the French and Indian War.


Shelving Rock Falls resides on the eastern shore of Lake George. It features a two-mile hike to a serene and beautiful waterfall.


The other wilderness areas surrounding the lake also offer plenty of opportunities to hike, bike, fish, rock climb, hunt/trap, ski, snowshoe, snowmobile, and observe the wildlife.


Live Beautifully on Lake George

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