CLC Lands & Private Lakes, Inc.’s Buckeye Lake South property is 35-acres with 2,100 feet of water frontage on the south side of Buckeye Lake. The property includes both sides of a peninsula as well as additional linear frontage. There are lots of contours that make this an exciting spot for building.
There are woods roads that access the property. A year-round pond contributes interest.
The parcel’s shoreline is almost a half-mile in length. There are several bays and inlets of varying depth. There is also a separate pond filled with tadpoles in the spring. It’s an ideal parcel for poking, prodding, wading, and exploring – as a kid, or as an adult.
Anglers will catch northern pike, smallmouth bass, and pan fish.
From McMillan, take County Road 415, or McMillan Avenue north seven miles to County Road 455, or Carlson Camp Rd/Silver Creek Rd and turn left. Drive 3 miles to Buckeye Lake Road and turn left. Continue for 2 miles to the property on your right.
The peninsula on this property would be the most striking place to build a structure. A homeowner would have a view of the water on three sides and immediate access to dock, boat, and swimming raft. There are also great alternative building sites along the 2,100 feet of lake frontage, including a nice bay on the peninsula’s west side.
Buckeye Lake is 100 acres in size and up to approximately 30 feet deep with a sandy bottom extending like a ring around the perimeter. It’s a perfect swimming lake for families and would be a great choice for a multi-generational cottage.
There are a few neighboring properties close to the entrance of the property. This provides the perfect balance of isolation tempered with company, should you seek it out.