Lake Seymour real estate is regarded as a top ten market in Vermont for lake homes and land lots.
Typically there are less than 10 land lots and homes for sale at any given time.
Lake Seymour homes for sale can range anywhere from $150,000 to $600,000, creating a total market value of more than $2.2 million.
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Seymour Lake is in Orleans County in the town of Morgan, Vermont. It is just over an hour outside of Greensboro and under 20 minutes from Derby.
Covering over 1,777 acres, this lake appears to be shaped like a giant number seven and has a maximum depth of 169 feet. The land is also referred to as "Namagonic," which means "salmon and trout spearing place."
The North Country Hospital and Health Center is 11 miles away, and the Burlington International Airport is around two hours away.
Anglers should expect to reel in brown trout, smallmouth bass, and yellow perch, among five other types of fish known to inhabit Seymour Lake.
This large lake is the perfect spot for all types of water sports. Whether it’s kayaking, canoeing, boating, skiing, or lounging and swimming, this lake can be your Swiss Army Knife of water fun!
If you bring your furry best friend to the lake, there’s no reason to leave them out of the fun! Less than 20 minutes north is 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.
If you’re looking for a getaway spot nestled in a rural New England setting, then you’ve found the perfect match!