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Vacation Rental Near Hayward, Wisconsin

Last week I had fun shooting this vacation rental cabin near Hayward, Wisconsin.  The project will turn out to be a great investment for the sellers; even if better photos only result in one addition week of VRBO rental, they’ll pay for themselves and then some. 

As you’d expect, the cabin is in a lovely lakeside setting, with a great view from the deck.  It’s also in a private, secluded, end-of-the-road location.  So I was able to get some enticing exteriors, including the usual shoreline, dock, and looking-out-over-the-lake shots.

Nonetheless, I especially enjoyed shooting the interiors for this vacation rental project.  The sellers had done a great job of refurnishing and redecorating their cabin, and it was definitely ready for its close-up.

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Accepted Offer in Three Days: NW WI Lake Home on Big McKenzie Lake (Near Spooner and Trego)

Not surprisingly, this northwest Wisconsin lake home on Big McKenzie Lake didn’t stay on the market long. It’s a nice home, and its shoreline features a gently sloping sand bottom that’s great for swimming.  For more, just scroll on down.

Just Listed: Northwest Wisconsin Lake Cabins on Bond Lake (Wascott, WI)

Last week I had fun photographing this pair of NW WI lake cabins on Bond Lake in Wascott, Wisconsin.  This aerial drone photo tells the story; the full package includes two cabins, three garages, and a bunkhouse.  (Or, for those with smaller families, the sellers are also offering the two cabins separately.)

Although both cabins have a certain vintage charm, the real star of this show is the waterfront, the beach, and a gradually sloping sand bottom that’s perfect for swimming.   Ready to hit the beach in northwest Wisconsin on an active, full-recreation lake with great swimming, water-skiing, and jet-skiing?  Then one or both of these cabins might be right for you.

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