The Loon Lake is an unincorporated community of Washington State and is a close-knit community of about 800 people. The town of Loon Lake sits just north of the actual lake and five miles east of Springdale. The most advantageous ways in which to arrive in town are via the US ROUTE 395 or the Washington ST ROUTE 292. The town has its own branch of the United States Post Office in the area. Residing shoreside in paradise means some of the residents live only part-time utilizing the property as a vacation home while others are full-time neighbors. The Loon Lake is a waterway that spans 1,100 acres and is located in Stevens County. The people of Lake Loon have an "unofficial boat parade" celebrating Independence Day annually on July fourth. Residents and boat owners have a blast decorating their ships and the night ends with a fireworks display surrounded by neighbors.
Homebuyers in Loon Lake will be sure to enjoy the privileges of living so close to the aquatic Loon Lake. Watersports are highly participated in such as swimming, water and jet-skiing, kayaking, boating, and sailing. Another favorite pastime from the perspective of a homeowner is fishing. With waterfront properties for sale in Loon Lake, the choice of which real estate to buy is made much easier as the views from these houses is unbeatable. Buyers looking for homes with docks for personal boats or water equipment can find them in Loon Lake. A-Frame style houses, as well as beach and traditional styles, can be found in this area, and floor plans with up to three bedroom options. The outdoor areas connected to the homes for sale are stunning places to watch the sun rise and set while having a meal outdoors with friends and family. If you are interested in buying a home in Loon Lake, Washington, please contact us today.