The other day I had fun shooting this log home for sale near Trego, Wisconsin. (Trego is in northwest Wisconsin. It’s just north of Spooner, and lies southwest of Hayward and Cable, south of Minong and Solon Springs, and southeast of Danbury and Webb Lake.)
This home is in a great setting–out in the country and in a clearing amid several wooded acres. It was great to see all those exposed logs and beams, both inside and out. It’s a beautiful home that was definitely ready for its close-up.
If you’re shopping for an affordable log home in northwest Wisconsin, and if this one looks interesting, then head on over to www.jeanhedrenrealtor.com. Or, for more fun photos, just scroll on down.
Yesterday I had fun shooting this unique waterfront property near Minong, Wisconsin. It’s located on five acres along the narrows between Cranberry Lake and the Minong Flowage. Apparently the sellers’ original plan was to build a cabin with a giant garage that could hold their RV and a couple boats with room to spare. Then later they could build their main house on a nearby site overlooking the lake.
At some point, however, they must have said “What the heck! This will do just fine.” They even added a small guest cabin with a wood stove. The main cabin is insulated, nicely finished, and can be used year-round. It has its own wood stove, but also in-floor heating as its main source of heat.
If that’s too frilly for you, there’s a splendid man-cave out in the garage. It includes its own beer fridge and pizza oven. (The workshop is nearby. But remember: Power tools first, beer later.) And if it’s not quite enough cabin for you, then that adjacent building site on this same property is still there. Maybe a little to the left of the fire pit.
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Last week I shot this NW WI lake home with a great view of Lake Nebagamon. I noticed that the ice was almost out that day, and I knew I’d be back in the neighborhood two days later. It was definitely worth swapping in a fresh photo; notice the difference between those last two shots. What a difference two days can make! Yes. It’s spring.
The other day I had fun shooting this charming northwest Wisconsin cabin on Lake Nebagamon. It’s true that modern shoreline setback regulations are good for lakes and good for homeowners. Even when a lake is fairly developed, setbacks can help it look and feel less urban. Still, I love shooting these grandfathered-in cabins that are within a canoe-length of the water.
And that’s the subtle message I wanted to communicate visually–that this cabin has great views, and that it’s really, really close to the water. I think I succeeded.
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The other day I had fun shooting this cozy cabin on Island Lake in Barnes, Wisconsin. (Barnes is in the area north of Hayward, south of Brule, and pretty much due east from Solon Springs and Gordon.) This cabin has some nice interior features, plus one of those rare sandy beach waterfronts. For more photos, just scroll on down.
As the signs says, let’s get the party started. The other day I had fun shooting this vintage cabin with a premium porch overlooking Benoit Lake. Although the rest of the cabin is nice enough, I suspect this porch is where the party will start.
(Benoit Lake is west of Spooner and Trego, not far from the better-known Big McKenzie Lake and Middle McKenzie Lake. This particular cabin has the perfect address; it’s near the end of Rainbow Road. So you could say it’s the proverbial party porch pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.)
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The other day I had fun shooting this four-bedroom cabin on Catherine Lake near Barnes, Wisconsin. (Although its mailing address is Solon Springs, it’s actually closer to Barnes than to Solon Springs.) It’s a lovely cabin located in a quiet bay at the north end of Catherine Lake.
The cabin’s new owners will enjoy their own private beach with a sand bottom that’s great for swimming. The slide will be fun for kids of all ages, but landings will probably be more enjoyable after the water has resumed its preferred liquid state. Soon.
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