I CANT BELIEVE ITS FINALLY FOR SALE! lakefront house for (nearly) free.

In the 1930s the Hanns house was a lake store.
You could get live bait, rent a boat and buy beer.
Miss Hann (now well in to her 90's) kept it in immaculate condition.
(check out the history of this little house's community- some of the photos we shared in this post)
Its going for $180k- you could likely get it for $150k ($1200 a month)
*  Main house (1600 sq ft- 3 bdrm)
*  guest 2 bedroom cottage (formerly the lake store)
* 1.5 car garage (could be another adorable cottage)
*  outbuilding (craft building?)
*  a half acre of lakefront.
DETAILS: 3 bedroom, 1 bath with apprx. 125' of flat frontage. Home reminds me of ''On Golden Pond''. It's an original lake house with grandma's touches for you to update. There is also a detached Guest quarters (rustic) with 3 season room and more sleeping area. Wandawega is a 119 acre fishing lake. Great for kayaking.
$180K, MLS #: 1312909 PIN #: 8176, Taxes: $3,647.04 / 2012, Bedrooms: 3, Full/Half Baths: 1 / 0 Est., Total Sq. Ft.: 1,650, Garage: 1, Detached Lot Size: .40 acres
LISTING AGENT - CONNIE M. POGGENSEE ABR p: 262-275-2185 41, c: 262-215-7644, e: poggconnie9@gmail.com, w: rauland.net 

 One of the original camp store signs

Here is  a 360 view video clip taken from the side yard.

The old sidewalk leading down to where your peir goes (and where the boat rentals used to be)
 The side yard (guest house on right, main house on left)

The main house in on the right, to the left you can see the wandawega lake association peir and loading dock.

 Part of the front yard huge. manicured. mature trees. Ready for a private boat dock  /pier
The cottage in the back. (I am in love) Simple. Clean interior - would be great vacation rental. Renting it for a half a week once a year could pay your whole monthly mortgage.
The garage- so neat & tidy. Could also be a great studio, converted to a guest house.

 Lake facing side

 North facing side- mature trees, opens up to lake loading area & communal park area

 The outbuilding- an adorable maker's workshop?

 Backside of main building, cottage in background (formerly the lake store)
 Back of main house.
Interior shots. Grandma didn't change it for 60 years. Very well kept.

Anonymous said...

Small world. I deliver Meals on Wheels and this was one of my stops for a few weeks. Heard that Elizabeth? was really not up to living alone, so, guess her world changed. So sad. I saw the multiple buildings, did not realize the history, thought the signs were just family cute things. Forget the road name, but I missed it the first time, drove to WandaWega Camp, turned around and asked a person out gardening. From the layout, I think this is the only house with that street address. So much for trivia. Val

Jenny said...

I'll take it!

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