Accepted offer in 9 days. Beautiful home with western exposure on premier Lake Nebagamon. Extensive remodeling created a lovely open floor plan and enormous dream kitchen. High end appliances including Wolf oven/range and Swedish brand dishwasher.
Character and class from floor to ceiling. Beautiful 4 bedroom 2 bath home on 10 acres with easy half hour commute to Superior/Duluth. Sold by Jean Hedren, Edina Realty NW Wisconsin. $310,500. Grateful to work with such wonderful sellers.
Fall is still a great time to sell. When you list with Jean Hedren, you get:
Somehow, I have a feeling no one will complain about the small front yard at this cabin on Lake Nebagamon. It has a huge back yard, and as for its front yard…
In recent years, this grandfathered-in cabin has been added on to, renovated, and totally updated. Originally, however, it was built before the days of modern shoreline setback rules. Back then, it was considered perfectly OK to build you cabin or lake home with its front wall less than a canoe-length from the water’s edge.
This cabin’s original owners liked the idea of being close to the water, and you will, too. Your front yard will be perfect for parties, or for just relaxing by the lake. And when the sun sets, the final embers are fading in your campfire, and it’s finally time to turn in, you can fall asleep to the sound of loons, waves, and the wind in the pines. No worries. Tomorrow is another day at the cabin. If you want, go ahead and sleep in.
Interested in homes and cabins for sale on Lake Nebagamon or other area lakes? Give me a call now at 218-590-6634. Or, you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This 3 bedroom year round home offers gentle elevation to the lake on premier Lake Nebagamon, a 914-acre full recreation lake. Plenty of room and storage, detached garage with bunk room. Half hour to Superior.
Curious to learn more about Lake Nebagamon homes and cabins for sale? Call Jean Hedren, Edina Realty 218-590-6634.
At the Water’s Edge on Wangerin Rd, Lake Nebagamon
This cabin on Lake Nebagamon has one feature you couldn’t duplicate if you were building a new one—its proximity to the water.
To protect both the water quality and the aesthetic qualities of Wisconsin lakes, minimum setback regulations generally prohibit new construction within 75’ of the shoreline, defined more precisely as the “ordinary high-water mark.” Exceptions include piers and boat hoists. Plus, if an existing pattern of development exists, some counties may have a “setback averaging” system that allow homes to be built closer to the water. On certain bodies of water, though, setbacks are increased to 125’ – or in rare cases, up to 300’.
Of course, if your lake home or cabin was built before those setback regulations went into effect, then you’re “grandfathered in.” That’s the situation with this cabin on Lake Nebagamon. Its front yard is definitely less than 75’ wide—more like 17.5’. But there’s plenty more room in the back yard, and I don’t think you’ll mind being this close to the water.
Check out clear, deep, full recreation Lake Nebagamon in Douglas County, WI. 914 acres and 56′ maximum depth, this lake offers great fishing, swimming, and boating. Located in northern Douglas County, just a half hour from Superior/Duluth.