Saturday I had fun photographing the interiors for this charming lake home near Hayward, Wisconsin. It was my last shoot of 2018. (Fortunately, I was able to shoot the exteriors in late October, which explains why there’s no snow in this first image. ) And remarkably, just two weeks ago Jean Hedren, my Realtor wife, sold a lake home near Minong that was on Coyote Drive. (It’s the one described in my previous post; see below.) That lake home was on Coyote Drive, and this one is on Wolf Lane. Out with the old, and in with the new.
Imagine how fun it would be to live here and give directions to your guests: “Turn left on Timberwolf, and then left again on Wolf Lane. Then go all the way to the end of Wolf.”
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It’s been a busy couple of months, and I’ll soon be able to share photos from a number of northwest Wisconsin lake homes being newly listed by Jean Hedren, my Realtor wife. (Later, you can visit her blog and website here.) For now, here are photos from two of her listings that just closed yesterday and the day before. The first is on Middle Kimball Lake, which is near Minong, Wisconsin. The second is on Upper Eau Claire Lake, which is in Barnes, Wisconsin. I really enjoyed photographing both of them. Both homes overlook beautiful lakes, and both feature some great interior spaces. As a real estate photographer, I feel fortunate to regularly be shooting homes like these. For more, just scroll on down.
Last week I had the pleasure of shooting this country home for sale in Hawthorne, Wisconsin. (Hawthorne is an area southeast of Superior, Wisconsin; it’s north of Solon Springs and west of Lake Nebagamon.) It’s in a private location out in the country; although the house only comes with a few acres, it’s surrounded by woods and has no close neighbors. And although this home’s cedar-shake siding gives it rather a rustic look, its interior features many elegant touches that were especially fun to photograph. For more, just scroll on down.