Superb Lakefront property, expansive views w/75’ of lakefront, beautiful sand bottom – one of the best beaches on the lake, amazing sunsets, deep lot w/massive lakeside yard, spacious home – over 5000 sq.ft. of living, 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths, 2 half baths, open concept, nearly every room has a lake view, vaulted great room w/wall of windows and full length deck overlooking lake, beautiful custom staircase, spacious loft w/separate family room, fully appointed kitchen, granite surfaces, bar seating, stainless appliances, gorgeous mahogany wood floors throughout main level, fabulous walkout lower level living room – complete w/kitchenette/bar, excellent lake views tons of entertainment space, amenities abound – surround sound w/7 docking stations, 2 Geothermal heating/cooling systems, 4 heated ceramic bathroom floors, heated garage floor, central vac system, backup generator transfer installed, security system, concrete ramp on side of house for easy access to lakeside yard, spacious 3-car garage. Full concrete drive… and more, enjoy all-sports on Big Chapman and unwind with the peaceful setting on Little Chapman, one of a kind property!
Big Chapman Lake
Maximum Depth: 39 feet
Average Depth: 13.7 feet
Between 24 and 36 feet
Bluegill, gizzard, shad, longear, yellow perch, redear, largemouth bass, lake chubsucker, warmouth, pumpkinseed, northern pike, black crappie, logperch, rock bass, grass pickerel, brown bullhead, spotted gar, longnose gar, golden shiner, white sucker, walleye, spotted sucker, white bass, white crappie and white catfish.
Emergent – softstem bulrush, cattail, spatterdock, arrowhead, and pickerelweed.
Submergent – milfoil, brittle naiad and sago pondweed. Floating vegetation consists of duckweek.
Gravel, sand, muck, clay and marl
Bluegill, longear, yellow perch, redear, largemouth bass, northern pike, crappie, walleye and catfish.
Little Chapman Lake
Maximum Depth: 14.7
16 to 24 feet
Bluegill, gizzard, shad, yellow perch, largemouth bass, lake chubsucker, warmouth, black crappie, golden shiner, white sucker, brown bullhead, grass pickerel, spotted gar, white crappie, carp, spotted sucker, green sunfish, channel catfish, white catfish, bowfin, central mudminnow and brook silverside.
Emergent – cattail, spatterdock, water lily, arerowhead, softstem bulrush, swamp loosestrife.
Submergent – milfoil, sago pondweed, brittle naiad.
Sand, muck, marl
Bluegill, crappie, northern pike, bass, walleye and catfish.