The Lake Pauline real estate market is a tight inventory marketplace for lake property in Vermont.
Typically there are less than five land lots and homes for sale on Lake Pauline.
Lake Pauline homes for sale can range anywhere from $230,000 to $500,000, creating a total market value around $750,000.
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Lake Pauline rests in the beautiful town of Ludlow, Vermont. This lake is approximately 45 minutes from Hanover and 53 minutes from Manchester.
The Springfield Hospital is 20 miles away, and the Burlington International Airport is under 115 miles away.
Only having a footprint of 32 acres, Lake Pauline was created as a reservoir pond when the Black River was dammed but has since become a quiet escape. Though small, the crystal waters reach an impressive 47 feet depth.
Due to the size of Lake Pauline, motorized crafts are not permitted on its waters. However, this does not stop the fun of being on the water! Small sailboats, paddle boats, canoes, and kayaks are available for rental or you are welcome to bring your own non-motorized crafts.
There is no true public access on the lake. A state boat launch on nearby Lake Rescue requires visiting watercraft to portage the road at the dam to reach Lake Pauline.
Fishing is always a favorite among people visiting or living on the lake. Anglers are welcome to take out a small rowboat, canoes, kayaks, or just relax on the lakeside. The lake is known for possessing largemouth bass, black bullhead, white crappie, brown trout, rainbow trout, perch, pickerel, and a variety of sunfish.
For the days you feel like staying on dry land, there is plenty to do in the area.
In the surrounding areas of Camp Plymouth State Park, there is horseback riding, golfing, a multitude of hiking and bike trails, sledding, and cross-country skiing. Residents can bring their own equipment or rent from one of the nearby rental companies. The VAST snow trails feature snowmobile trekking and can be found less than a mile from the area.
There is plenty to occupy your time at Lake Pauline. Because of the lake’s valued tranquility and calm atmosphere, it would be perfect for retirees and families that are looking for a home to disconnect and raise children in safe nature-filled surroundings!