Just sold: Beautiful 4 BR home on Lake Minnesuing, 10740 E Efaw Ln, Bennett, WI.
Perfect for your family retreat, private getaway, or full-time, year-round lake home. When you drive in from the tall pines and cedars and get your first glimpse of this home, its design says tradition. However, it was built in 2002, and as soon as you step through the front door, you’ll see that this home says “family fun at the lake”. With 220’ sand bottom frontage on 423-acre Lake Minnesuing, there’s plenty of swimming, fishing, and lake enjoyment. The home is nestled in towering pines and cedars. The home is bright and welcoming with an open floor plan. Maple and cherry paneling, cabinets, and many built-ins throughout. Maintenance-free metal siding. Four-season sunroom and full-length deck. Gently sloping walkway to lakeside firepit & sandy swim area. Half-hour to Superior/Duluth.
- An open, sunny floorplan.
- Incredible views from nearly every room in the house.
- Custom maple and cherry cabinets in the kitchen.
- More maple and cherry paneling and built-ins throughout the home.
- Breakfast bar and informal dining area.
- Gas fireplace in living room.
- In-floor radiant heating.
- Sunroom that’s fully insulated and ready to enjoy all year round.
- Mudroom with built-in storage compartments for coats and boots.
- Lower-level walkout ready to finish to your own tastes.
Outdoors, you’ll find:
- 3.6 acres dotted with towering pines and cedars.
- A front porch, wraparound deck overlooking the lake, and lakeside firepit.
- A gently sloping walkway to the shoreline.
- An included dock.
- Maintenance-free metal siding and a low-maintenance yard so you can enjoy your weekends relaxing by the lake rather than worrying about chores.
More about Lake Minnesuing: This 423-acre lake has a maximum depth of 43’ and a mean depth of 18’. According to the DNR, its bottom is 55% sand, 40% gravel, 4% rock, and 1% muck. In it, you’ll find northern pike, walleye, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, trout, and panfish.
An important note about Minnesuing’s water clarity: Although Secchi disk readings average around 7 feet, the lake’s reduced clarity isn’t due to mud, pollution, or algae. Rather, it’s due to natural tannins found in spruce and tamarack bogs that are nearby and upstream. This natural phenomenon occurs in many of the North’s most pristine wilderness lakes.
For more information about this listing or other area listings, visit my website www.JeanHedren.com or call me at 218-590-6634