Lake Salem

Vermont

2Listings$625K-$700K$1.3MTotal Value
Lake Salem, Vermont

Lake Salem real estate is considered a beautiful, but lesser known, market for lake homes and lake lots in Vermont.

Lake Salem homes for sale have an average list price of $175,000, with many great homes at higher and lower prices.

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    • Counties: Orleans County
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    About Lake Salem
    Idyllic Water Location

    Lake Salem is located in Derby, Vermont. This 776-acre lake is around 15 minutes from Newport and only 15 minutes from the Canadian border. Surrounding Lake Salem is numerous other bodies of water like other lakes, ponds, and a bay.

    The nearest airport, Burlington International, is around 90 miles south. The nearest hospital, the North Country Hospital and Health Center, is around five miles away.

    On the Water Fun

    This location will be a field day for anglers! Not only can they fish for 11 types of species on Lake Salem, but there are at least seven different bodies of water surrounding the lake for them to choose from. If you aren’t wanting to travel and simply have a nice day fishing on Lake Salem, look out for brown trout, smallmouth bass, and chain pickerel.

    There is also a public concrete boat ramp in the southeast corner of the lake, so bring your boat, kayak, or canoe!

    Around the Area

    If you bring your furry best friend to the lake, there’s no reason to leave them out of the fun! Less than five minutes away from this location is the Kingdom Dog Park, a community-organized and off-leash dog park that has over 1,000 acres to enjoy.

    To learn the history of this area of Vermont, head down to the Old Stone House Museum. This wonderful resource houses collections, museums, and archives about this historic part of Vermont. Old Stone House also hosts multiple events year-round.

    When you don’t want to cook, head into Newport and grab a bite to eat at multiple local restaurants like The Eastside Restaurant and Pub, Westside Market and Deli, and Brown Cow.

    A Picturesque Lake Town

    If you’re in search of a gorgeous New England getaway that’s close to more bodies of water than you could ever dream of, then you’ve found the perfect place!