Brainerd Lakes Area Lake Homes and Lakeshore Cabins for Sale

Filed in Lakes, Lakeshore, Fish and More! by on April 13, 2009 0 Comments

Check out some dandy Brainerd Lakes area lakeshore homes and cabins in Merrifield, Pequot Lakes, Pine River, Baxter, Brainerd, and more. You can also find lake homes in Nisswa, Emily, Breezy Point, and Fifty Lakes.

See ALL Brainerd Lakes area lake homes, lakeshore properties, vacation cabins, and other waterfront properties currently available. Major fishing lakes in the Brainerd area include Pelican Lake, Gull Lake, Gull Lake Chain, Whitefish Chain, Lake Edwards, North Long Lake, and a huge selection of other hot spots.

Do you like feeding walleyes some nice black leeches from the end of a hook? Have you ever gone fishing for walleyes after sunset in the fall and notice some northern lights in the sky? If you are reading this you probably can smell that wonderful scent of the lake air and the fish when you fillet them out in the kitchen of your Brainerd Lakes Area lakeshore home or cabin. You can imagine going back outside to hear the loons.

At Home in a Brainerd Lakes Area Lakeshore Cabin

Are you old enough to remember that Ham’s beer commercial that goes “From the land of sky blue waters…?” Sky blue waters. Why not buy some of the land? Why not live next to sky blue waters?” I don’t think you can answer those last two questions very well. Distance is no excuse. You can get here in about 2-3 hours, depending upon how fast you drive and which part of the Twin Cities you live in. Gas Prices are not an excuse either; prices on lake homes and Brainerd Lakes area lakeshore can’t get any better than they are right now. Besides, you will save a heckuva lot of gas because you are not hauling that great big boat around every weekend. If you buy here, you might just decide to live around here anyway. This market presents a once in a lifetime opportunity for many wanna-be lake home owners. Will it be a good investment? Just consider the fact that no more MN lakefront is being created. Supply is limited, while demand for lake homes is part of the Minnesota psyche.


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