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SOLD Home on Nelson Lake (Hayward, Wisconsin)

Here’s another up-north chalet just SOLD by Jean Hedren, your Northwest Wisconsin Realtor.  I really enjoyed photographing this home last summer; it features some beautiful, sunny spaces.  First, of course, there’s this open-plan great room with its stone fireplace and a whole wall full of windows.  But I also loved some of the other spaces in this home, like the lower-level sewing room in the next photo.  For more, just scroll on down.

 

 

Just Listed: Lake Home With Guest Cabin on Lower Eau Claire Lake (Gordon, WI)

Because these sellers planned ahead, I was able to photograph their home last summer and fall when the weather was a bit warmer.   I love it when that happens.  Don’t get me wrong; I’m sure the ice fishing is great out in front of this lake home, and I would have been happy to photograph it yesterday afternoon.   But on a January morning when the temperature has just climbed above 4 degrees F, it’s quite satisfying to share scenes like these.   Spring is on the way.  For more, just scroll on down.

 

SOLD Cabin at the Edge of Lake Nebagamon

Here’s one more NW WI lake cabin sold by Jean Hedren, your Northwest Wisconsin Realtor.  It just closed a few hours ago; today, the scenery would be slightly different from what you see in these photos.  The water would also be colder and harder.

Last summer I especially enjoyed photographing this cabin at the edge of Lake Nebagamon.  It’s one of those rare cabins that was grandfathered in before the days of modern shoreline setback regulations.  It’s so close to the water that anyone who’s in the habit of sleepwalking had better be a good swimmer.  Seriously.

Although it’s a cute cabin with many other selling points, I knew that would be the key idea I’d want to convey with nearly every image, including the interiors.  If every picture tells a story, the story I wanted to tell here was very simple: This cabin is close to the water.

To see what I mean, just scroll on down.

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