Lake Real Estate Agent
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Lake Real Estate Agent
PERSONAL SERVICE

Lake Ray Hubbard Real Estate Agent

Melisa Bouchard

Lake Homes Realty

(214) 227-6844

Melisa Bouchard, a lake expert agent in the Lake Ray Hubbard, Cedar Creek Lake, Lavon Lake, Grapevine Lake, Lewisville Lake, Lake Tawakoni, White Rock Lake, and Lake Fork Reservoir areas, is ready to help clients with their lake home properties.

 

Melisa grew up in Bryan-College Station, Texas, around three hours from her current home on Lake Ray Hubbard. Her grandparents had a lake home on Lake Livingston, and some of her favorite memories include lake fun and family time here.

 

Melisa got her license 10 years ago, and she loves what she does and how it doesn't feel like work. She enjoys meeting people and learning about the lake communities. Getting to be part of a big decision in clients' lives is an honor that she takes very seriously.

 

When she isn't working tirelessly for her clients, Melisa can be found exercising, trying new restaurants, traveling, spending time with friends, and enjoying the lake life with her family.

 

When you're looking to buy or sell a lake property in the Lake Ray Hubbard, Cedar Creek Lake, Lavon Lake, Grapevine Lake, Lewisville Lake, Lake Tawakoni, White Rock Lake, and Lake Fork Reservoir areas, give Melisa Bouchard a call today!

 

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About Lake Ray Hubbard

Amazing Views Mere Minutes from Dallas

 

Located in the eastern sector of Dallas, Lake Ray Hubbard is a beautiful spot within the cozy city of Rockwell. A close 33 miles from Dallas, this lake is a just a short trip on interstate 30. The interstate crosses the lake, so there are plenty of areas to pick just the perfect spot.

 

Originally Named Forney Lake

 

Impounded in 1968 as a fresh water reservoir, Lake Ray Hubbard was originally named Forney Lake. The name was changed in in 1969 after the man who presided over the Dallas Parks and Recreation System board. The Rockwell-Forney Dam continues to oversee water distribution in this large 111 mile shoreline lake.

 

More than Just Boating

 

Though Lake Ray Hubbard is a popular destination for boating, there is a whole lot more to do! Waterside restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues offer stunning views of the lake. Walking trails and public patios showcase local pride in this lake's ability to please a wide variety of needs.

 

The Hilton Hotel and Cinemark Theater offer rest and entertainment to weary travelers. Don't let the bustling entertainment district fool you, this lake has amazingly fun offerings as well. Boat, kayak, and paddleboard rentals, instructors ready to teach the basics and advanced techniques, and several free-use multi-lane ramps for boat owners to put in at are just a few examples of the amenities that this lake has.

 

Upscale Entertainment

 

Lake Ray Hubbard features a veritable cornucopia of shopping and entertainment venues. From trendy national brands such as Ruby Tuesday, to popular local destinations like Dodies Cajun Diner, there is a variety of places to satisfy a discerning palette. Summertime venues offer live music and fireworks festivals, while watersports and fishing are popular year-round.

 

Simply Gorgeous

 

The reason to see why this area is popular is clear: beautiful vistas, a huge variety of shopping and entertainment venues, as well as access to all manner of rentals and instructors. Lake Ray Hubbard is a fabulous spot to spend the day or to live in serenity!