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Chautauqua Lake real estate in Chautauqua County, New York is one of the most popular vacation home markets in the Northeast. With its rich variety of stunning lakefront properties, historic old-town buildings, and affordable single family homes, Chautauqua Real Estate has something to offer any buyer interested in upstate New York living.
Chautauqua Lake Homes: Western Gateway to New York
Chautauqua County real estate is found at the western gateway to New York, located in the state's southwest corner, and bordered by Pennsylvania and Lake Erie. With Lake Chautauqua in the middle, the county includes more than 1,500 square miles of beautiful lake-modelled terrain, a pristine state park area, and dozens of charming towns and small cities.
Only 150,000 residents call Chautauqua County home year round, making it is as sparsely populated as it is pretty. Homes on the Lake are situated in a variable climate, with certain areas being tempered by Lake Erie and those at higher altitudes having cool summers and snow cover for three major ski resorts. Our average summer temperature is 77 degrees and our winter average is 32 degrees.
Spending summers living in Chautauqua Lake real estate is a great way to create fantastic memories. Enjoy a dinner cruise on The Summer Winds or Chautauqua Belle Steamboat. Take a ride on a sailboat or jet ski. Waterski or tube behind a power boat. Travel across the lake to Bemus Point on the historic ferry that runs back and forth. The opportunities for great outdoor recreation are endless during the summer for residents of Chautauqua Lake homes.
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Homes in Chautauqua Lake are some of the most affordable in the country. Living here affords access to excellent schools and universities, museums, churches and a down-to-earth lifestyle supported through agriculture, manufacturing, education and a cultural heritage.
The lake itself is important to Chautauqua Lake real estate owners and an integral part of the area's history. There have been many theories as to what the name 'Chautauqua' means in the Seneca language. The lake resembles a bag tied in the center; it has a narrow middle, with a northern and southern basin at each end. Thus, the favored translation of the word 'Chautauqua' is 'bag tied in the middle.'
Real estate on Chautauqua Lake's east side is afforded amazing western sunset & sunrise views. The northern basin has great golf options including Chautauqua Golf Course, Chautauqua Institution Golf Course, and Willow Run Golf Course. There are also great state parks in this area, such as Long Point State Park and Midway State Park, as well as the Chautauqua Marina. Chautauqua Lake homes on the north end are also just a stone's throw from great shopping and excellent restaurants.