Lakeshore Homes for Sale

Constructed around the early 1990s to around 2000, the homes of Lakeshore allow for some tall trees and mature landscaping. They also, though, offer more modern designs and finishes, including some granite countertops, crown molding, and wood flooring. Not far from 168th and Q Street, the neighborhood sits close to several options for family-friendly entertainment. As well, the homes are not far from the recreational options of Zorinsky Lake, serving up access to fishing, trails, sports fields, and a playground.

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Lakeshore Market Stats

In 2022, there were 3 homes sold in Lakeshore. The average price of those sales was $372,000. The highest-priced home to sell was $410,000, while the lowest-priced home sold for $300,000.

If you go back to 2021, there were 4 sales. The average sales price was $325,000, with the highest-priced home selling for $365,000 and the lowest-priced home selling for $280,000.

View a list of homes sold in Lakeshore in the past two years.


More about Lakeshore

Homes in this neighborhood additionally come in ranch, 1.5-story, multi-level, tri-level, split-entry, and two-story floor plans, providing plenty of options for new buyers in Lakeshore. It’s also common to find homes in this area allowing for three- to four-bedrooms and mostly three-baths, with some flexibility in the homes of Lakeshore. Expect to find such extras as vaulted ceilings; some homes have multiple fireplaces and other special features.

Starting at around 1,400 square feet of living space, it’s also possible to find homes in Lakeshore offering upwards of 3,000 square feet of space. The majority of homes sit on up to ¼-acre lots with at least a two-car garage. As well, some of the properties enjoy fully fenced-in backyards for added privacy.



Lakeshore is served by the Millard Public Schools.

Students usually attend Rohwer Elementary SchoolWillowdale Elementary SchoolRussell Middle School, and Millard West High School.

Please Note: If the specific school and school district are important, please check directly with the school district’s administrative office. School boundaries do change.