RE/MAX - Julie Alibrando100 E. Main
P.O. Box 56
La Valle, WI 53941
You've just arrived at the only place you need to go to get comprehensive information about real estate in the Reedsburg Wisconsin area. I service Reedsburg, LaValle, North Freedom, Loganville, Rock Springs and many other areas in Sauk County. My specialties are Residential Real Estate and Lake Property. Looking for a fantastic waterfront property or a secluded get away retreat? You Found the person that can help!
Buying & Selling Real Estate should be a fun experience. My Mission is to work hard to meet your needs and to exceed your expectations whatever they may be, and to make the entire experience a good one for every person involved. "Your Friend In Real Estate" is my slogan, and while we are working together to meet your real estate goals, I hope that a FRIEND is what you will call me. Whether buying or selling...your first property or your 50th, I am here to help.
Lake Redstone Properties...
Lake Redstone is a man made lake with 2,450 total acres. Construction of the lake started in 1964. The lake surface area is approximately 650 acres, with over 17 miles of shoreline and is 4 1/2 miles in length. Lake Redstone has no mandatory owners association, but owners are encouraged to join the Lake Redstone Property Owners Association. Lake Redstone has a 10,000 plus acre watershed to the north from Juneau County that fills the lake. The dam is located at the south end and has a top draw spillway, all excess water creates a cascading waterfall and flows into the Baraboo River. Located in Sauk County, approximately 7 miles from Reedsburg, and only 3 miles from LaValle. Lake Redstone has fantastic fishing with a variety of species, and plenty of room for water sports & winter activities. Offshore or lake view properties have access to the lake by way of beach clubs and public access points. A beautiful lake in a friendly Wisconsin Neighborhood!
Dutch Hollow Lake Properties...
Dutch Hollow Lake was developed from about 2,500 acres of rolling hills and farmland by damming Dutch Hollow Creek about a mile before it joins the Baraboo River. Construction of the lake began in 1970 with the building of the dam. The lake surface is a little over 200 acres, with 8 1/2 miles of shoreline and is approximately 45 deep near the dam. Dutch Hollow Lake is shared between 1,163 lots zoned for single family dwellings and a 'greenway' system of about 700 acres. The greenway system includes nearly two thirds of the shoreline, wooded areas, trails a campground and clubhouse area. Dutch Hollow Lake has a mandatory property owners association fee. The association maintains the greenway areas and other amenities at the lake has to offer its property owners. NOTE: We are not allowed to put for sale signs on vacant lots, therefore while driving around the lake, PLEASE don't think that there isn't anything for sale.....CALL ME!