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Seasonal Lakefront, very quiet and secluded property. Acessible only by boat. Includes submerged bridges, man made sand dune, a few culverts, the occasional car, and numerous sunken rain boots. Great for diving, and treasure hunting. Wet suit required. Located just North of the 49th Parallel.

Call today - won't last long!!

Breezy Point

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Sharon Lancaster

Real Estate and Marketing Professional

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Rainer
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Ring Ring ......

                 Hello ,  I'm here to buy some waterfront property !!!

Apr 09, 2011 11:48 AM #1
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Sharon Lancaster
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You are in luck, Robert! I can book you in for a guided tour, as early as next week. Just need to schedule around my sand bagging duties......above and beyond... that shall be new Realtor tag line.... I think I am ditching Experience Excellence....

Apr 09, 2011 06:52 PM #2
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Malcolm Johnston
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Sharon, is this waterfront property good for water-skiing?

Apr 10, 2011 04:59 AM #3
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Sharon Lancaster
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Actually Malcolm it is perfect - directional signage is already posted, along with slightly submerged hazard postings and guide wires -(just be cautious not to cling onto any whilst wet). Rooftops are strategically placed for ski jumps and acrobat stunts, and the coast guard is on call only moments away. Volunteers line the banks, willing and able to lend a hand, applaud or toss a sand bag.

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