When searching “Lakeshore homes for sale in Greenfield” one of the more popular lakes you will find is the 561 acre Lake Sarah. There are a variety of homes for sale on Lake Sarah whether you are looking for large lots with deeded access or homes with direct lake frontage.
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Real estate on Lake Sarah will range in price from the $200’s to well over $500,000. The majority of shoreline is very level and useable for easy water activities and lake access. One nice feature about Lake Sarah real estate is not only the wide array of price ranges but the style of homes on Sarah. You will find the real estate here offering 20 year old ramblers that have been lovingly cared for and upgraded over the years to luxurious newer homes with all the bells and whistles — no matter what type of lake-home you want to buy, chances are good Sarah has it. If you’re looking to sell a home on Lake Sarah or want to search homes for sale on the lake, contact Lake Sarah Realtor Derrick Monroe today for a free, no obligation market analysis of your home or a list of current homes for sale on Lake Sarah. Our agents can run a search the Lake Sarah MLS on your behalf to show you homes for sale and e-mail it to you free or meet you for a private showing. Contact our Realtors for Lake Sarah at 612-282-SOLD (7653) or use the contact from below and let’s start your search for lakeshore in Hennepin County today.
About Lake Sarah
I have sold homes on Lake Sarah for well over a decade now and can tell you this…its one of the nicest lakes in Hennepin County. Lake Sarah is a 561 acre lake approximately 18 miles west of Minneapolis in the Greenfield, Rockford, and Independence area. The lake has a maximum depth of 60 feet, average depth of 18.2 feet, and is used primarily for boating, fishing and aesthetic viewing. Much of the lake is within Lake Sarah Regional Park, operated by The Three Rivers Park District. The long layout of the lake makes it perfect for water skiing and tubing without the need for constant turning.
Life Living On Lake Sarah
From a resident of Lake Sarah…
As I slowly wake up to the natural alarm clock of my cotton trees softly rustling through my open bedroom window and the waves urging me to come down to the dock for my morning coffee, I realize life can’t get much better than this. The smoky smell of fresh cut oak still lingering on my clothes reminds me of last night’s lakeside bon-fire with family and friends. It’s Saturday morning and I can’t decide if I should make breakfast or head out on the lake for a refreshing boat ride. As I step outside on the deck, my eyes have to adjust to the sparkling gleam of the water. It looks like its going to be another great day.
I grew up on Lake Sarah and moved away for college some years ago but always knew I would return. In 2005, I did just that! I bought my own home just up the road from the house of my childhood. Ever since I can remember, I have been drawn to the water and the beauty of Minnesota. I have visited other lakes in the past but none have been quite like Lake Sarah. None have offered such generosity and familiarity as Lake Sarah. The sense of community, enjoyment of Rebecca Park and Lake Sarah Regional Park make you realize how fantastic it is to live here.
As the day transitions to night, I am taken aback by the colors of the sky. I have taken countless pictures trying to capture the sunsets over Lake Sarah but none have ever done it justice as seeing it in person. It’s nightfall now and the water is smooth as glass and makes almost no sound. The gentle breeze sweeps calmly through my yard and the world seems at peace. The weather report for tomorrow is good. I know I will awake to another great day on the lake where a flock of Geese will make their way to catch some food, and ducks will quack while floating past my dock wondering what time I will be out with our traditional Sunday morning bread crumbs. Living on Lake Sarah is perfect for me!
Beverly L — Lake Sarah home-owner
Quick Lake Facts
- 561 acres of water
- 60 foot max depth
- Rebecca Park & Lake Sarah Park
- Public boat access
- Fish include Black Bullhead, Black Crappie, Bluegill, Bownfin, Carp, Golden Shiner, Sunfish, Largemouth Bass, Northern pike, Pumpkinseed, Walleye, Yellow Pirch, and Yellow Bullhead.
- Walleye stocked in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
- Located in Hennepin County
- Lake ID 27010100
- Home to the Annual Independence Boat Day Parade
- Lake Association — “LSIA” (Lake Sarah Improvement Association)
- Home to DA Shiver ice fishing tournament