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Property Showcase: Lot 3 Hideaway Lane on Yates Lake

Posted by Hannah Taylor on February 3, 2022
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Longing for lake life, but not the hustle and bustle of some of our state’s larger lakes? Then Lot 3 Hideaway Lane on Yates Lake may be just what you are looking for!

Lot 3 Hideaway Lane

When it comes to hidden gems, Lot 3 Hideaway Lane on Yates Lake fits the bill. For starters, this 0.8-plus-acre lot is nestled among the pines and other mature hardwood trees.

The undeveloped lot has quick access to water entry. Lot 3 Hideaway Lane is tucked just outside the curve of a slough on the lake.

In fact, Hideaway Lane is a quiet cul-de-sac just off Yates Lake Road. All of the surrounding lots share scenic views and access to excellent fishing spots.

The best part is thanks to the three miles of protected shoreline directly across from Hideaway Lane on the water, those views will remain untouched!

The protected shoreline is part of the 5,810 acres of woodlands and creek valleys that make up the Forever Wild Gothard-AWF Yates Lake WMA nature preserve.

So, if you have been searching for lake property that offers all the fun of water activities without overcrowded, choppy waters, Lot 3 Hideaway Lane awaits.

Plus, the $150,000 lot is a blank canvas that offers you the chance to build exactly the lake house of your dreams!

More about Yates Lake

You’ll find the 1,980-acre reservoir just below the Lake Martin Dam in Tallassee. Also known as Middle Pond, Yates Lake is technically between the Lake Martin Dam and the Thurlow Dam.

With close proximity to Tallassee, homeowners and guests can enjoy local shopping, dining and more. Furthermore, Montgomery is just about 42 minutes away—offering more access to big city fun.

Not that you need it when you can spend your time on peaceful Yates Lake! Residents and visitors enjoy boating, canoeing, tubing, water skiing, wakeboarding and other watersports.

Fishing, for example, is another good way to spend your days on Yates Lake. Anglers can drop a line and reel any number of fish.

There are largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, black crappie, white crappie, flathead catfish, channel catfish, blue catfish, striped bass and white bass.

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We’ll stop talking and let the beautiful photos show you the rest!

See the full listing here.


Since we’ve renewed your interest in life on the lake, connect with Ryan Roberts today to ask about seeing this piece of paradise in person! Keep reading our blogs for more on local real estate.