Do you want to own a piece of paradise?
Is Put-in-Bay real estate one of your dreams? Make your dreams a reality and let them come true. The ability to become a property owner on South Bass Island has never been more promising. With excellent Vacation Rental locations like the Island Club and brand new Put-in-Bay Condos, you’ll have a place to call home on the island. At the same time, your guests will assist in helping pay for the real estate dream. Investment property is the name of the game at Put-in-Bay Ohio.
Real Estate Options
Here are a few of your options:
- Call Corky at Bolte, she is licensed on the island for all properties
- Island Club & Waterfront Condos – Contact Paul at 216-210-7285
- Middle Bass Island
- St. Hazards has homes and condos for sale
- HER Realtors – View Local Real Estate Listings
Contact Us for more Put-in-Bay and Middle Bass Island Home Ownership Opportunities
Put in Bay, Ohio, is a great place to enjoy, live, visit, or invest in. From its variety of attractions, enormous popularity, and quiet winter months, to the varied, affordable real estate, summer events, and beauty, this Lake Erie island has something for everyone! Young to old, close to far, couples to groups.
One of the best parts of it all is that all the attractions are located on an island! Some say one of the best attractions is riding the Put-in-Bay ferry boats that travel across Lake Erie from their ports in Catawba and Port Clinton. Put-in-Bay is one of the few places where you can drive a golf cart legally on the road just like a car!
Top 10 Put-in-Bay Real Estate Questions
Listed below are the best avenues for information on Put-in-Bay real estate acquisition:
Island Club Home Rentals – Paul, 216-210-7285
Put-in-Bay Waterfront Condos – Paul, 216-210-7285
Howard Hanna – Realtor Rudy Cooks, 419-734-58181
Bolte Real Estate – Realtor Corky McIlrath-Flint, 419-341-4478
Homes and condos are available for purchase on Middle Bass Island through multiple Realtors
HER Realtors has Put-in-Bay property listings on their website.
Nearly all of the residentially zoned land in the downtown Put-in-Bay area is ancestral, that is to say that it is passed down from generation to generation through families who have lived on the island for a long time. Occasionally a plot of residentially zoned land becomes available in the downtown area, but it is not frequent and when it does it sells at a premium.
It can be. Many people like to summer at Put-in-Bay, for obvious reasons, and properties are also coveted for use as vacation rentals. As a very general figure, you can expect a house on South Bass Island to run you around $350,000.
The name of the island that Put-in-Bay is on is South Bass Island. Put-in-Bay is actually the name of two separate entities, Put-in-Bay Village and Put-in-Bay Township. Most of the property available to purchase at Put-in-Bay will be found in the Put-in-Bay Township.
Put-in-Bay Village is located on the northern tip of South Bass Island, and encompasses the downtown area that Put-in-Bay is famous for, such as the bars and restaurants, shops and hotels. Put-in-Bay Township governs the broader area of not just South Bass Island, but 13 other islands, 5 of which have people living on them.
Yes! Requests in regards to rezoning, etc., are heard by the Put-in-Bay Zoning Commission, which consists of a Zoning Inspector and ten Put-in-Bay residents.
Yes you can. In addition to already built homes, you can find residentially zoned vacant lots available for purchase on South Bass Island.
According to the 2010 census, 138 people make Put-in-Bay their full-time home. We believe at present that this number is slightly higher, and when 2020 census data comes out, we will find that between 150-200 people live on South Bass Island.
If you intend to use the home yourself exclusively, no. If you wish to use the property as a vacation rental, you may need additional insurance.
There is no discount for the ferry. If you intend to use the ferry frequently, we recommend the Miller Ferry’s season pass.