Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake Real Estate Agent

Paradox Lake 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 Paradox Lake

Convenient to Albany

Paradox Lake is only an hour and a half from Albany, New York state's capital, and minutes from Lake George and all of its tourist attractions.


Located in Essex County, New York, the body of water is nestled in the Adirondack Mountains in eastern upstate New York. This area is considered one of the most scenic sections of the Adirondacks, with numerous rolling hills and lakes.


Paradox Lake locals claim the word "Paradox" in Native American means "Water Running Backward."


Picturesque Views

Paradox Lake covers 896 acres, along 12 miles of shoreline, and has an average depth of 19 feet, with a maximum depth of 55 feet.


The waterbody is part of the New York State Adirondack Park Agency and is maintained by the Paradox Lake Association.


Lake Paradox is home to a variety of freshwater fish including large and smallmouth bass, lake herring, yellow perch, and lake trout. Additionally, the lake is stocked annually with salmon and rainbow trout.


Lake visitors are encouraged to enjoy fishing year-round, permitting motorized boats and canoes during warmer weather, and ice fishing in the winter.


The lake is also home to Pharaoh Mountain, which reaches an elevation of 2,557 feet. Hikers can walk the terrain or venture, exclusively by boat, to the opposite side of the lake to hike Peak Hill or to Peak Hill Pond.


Adventures off the Beaten Path

Paradox Lake is pet-friendly and features amenities like public campgrounds and canoe rentals. But if camping isn't your style, you can always make memories by participating in or visiting any number of local events and attractions.


Located just 20 miles from Paradox Lake is Paradox Brewery. Lake dwellers can tour the facility and enjoy samples of the unique mountain brews Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays starting at noon.


Fort Ticonderoga is another attraction located near Paradox Lake, 22 miles away. Fort Ticonderoga features a rich history, reenactments, and hands-on activities like rolling musket cartridges and shoe-making.


Lake Life

Paradox Lake is a popular destination for those seeking a bit quieter and less crowded vacation destination. Come enjoy lake living at its finest.