Scott County, MN Lake Homes on Spring Lake

Bookmark this page and check back often for new MLS/IDX listings of homes on Spring Lake in Scott County, Minnesota. Better still, contact me and I will be on the lookout for them for you. There are not many Spring Lake homes for sale at any given time. Getting a house on this lake requires combination of vigilance and decisiveness. It’s worth the effort. This is a wonderful recreational lake and a great place to own property.

See ALL homes for sale on Spring Lake (as available)

Spring Lake in Scott County, MN is a 695 acre fishing hot spot that is often overlooked. This smaller but fully recreational lake that has plenty of room for jet skiing, waterskiing, and sailing. There is a healthy population of gamefish here, especially northern pike, largemouth bass, and nice-sized bluegill sunfish. Are you hoping to catch some largemouth bass? Take a canoe and paddle to the very shallow south end of the lake to the point where your canoe almost gets stuck. Throw some crappie jigs along the weeds. It’s that simple.

The Spring Lake Lakeshore Real Estate Market

blue heron on spring lake

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Unfortunately, the supply of lakeshore homes on Spring Lake is very limited. At the time of this writing, there were only three waterfront homes for sale here. There is low turnover of property here. In the last year (2012) there were only eight waterfront properties that sold and closed, with an average sale price of $409,138, which goes to show that good Scott County MN lakefront property can be affordable. However, Minnesota lakefront real estate holds its value over the long term, and homes on Spring Lake in Scott County are good examples of this.

Lakeshore Sales

Sold inventory of Spring Lake homes included a short sale listing in the mid $300′s, a two story with 110 feet of lakeshore on the south end in Sunrise Addition, an 80′s built house with 83 feet of waterfront in Christies 1st Addtion in the northeast corner of the lake, and a newer stucco house on the northwest corner with about 120 feet of lakeshore. The most expensive home on Spring Lake that sold and closed in 2012 was a heavily upgraded home that boasted 110 feet of good shoreline, and sold for only$630K.

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