DIAMOND LAKE LOG CABIN

7 Acres & 303 Ft. of Frontage

Master craftsmanship went into building this hand-scribed log cabin set on a stone foundation overlooking beautiful frontage on Diamond Lake in Cable, WI. Original log cabins are special because of the legacy they carry of our past and culture. Important historical remnants, their presence enriches the landscape.

Built in 1944, our cabin on Diamond Lake will charm you with its hand-built features including cupboards, counters and stone fireplace and its lakeside enclosed porch, wood floors and original fixtures. The 1,040 sq. ft. of living space is arranged on 2 levels with 2 bedrooms, a kitchen with original, working appliances, a full bath with tub and shower, a living room with a stone fireplace, a dining area and a 16 x 9 enclosed porch that opens to a lakeside deck on the main level and an upper level 16 x 13 sleeping loft with an outside stairway exit. There is also a 1-car, detached garage. In excellent condition and mostly furnished – this 1940’s log cabin is a must-see. And once you’ve seen it, you will be dreaming about gathering the family at the lake every summer to swim, fish, sail & hike.

Diamond Lake lives up to its name as a precious gem of the Cable area. It is 340 acres and 83 ft. deep and is exceptionally clear and clean. Diamond Lake is a drainage lake with stream inlets and outlets that help maintain its water level year after year.

While the log cabin is outstanding, so is the land and setting. Older cabins tend to have beautiful placement because the first owners had first choice building sites. That is the case here. The cabin is perched on a west-facing ridge. The 303 ft. of frontage has a hard, sand bottom. There are 3.08 acres lakeside with hemlocks & ravines and another 4 acres across the road with a wonderful hemlock grove. The 4 acres is contiguous with National Forest!

Isolated from the neighbors, this cabin, nestled in the forest, promotes solitude. If you like peaceful settings, have vintage tastes and are interested in preservation of the past – call us to tour this original log cabin soon.

Directions: From Cable: Hwy M east 6 mi. to Dam Rd. Left 2.5 mi. to Crystal Lake Rd. Left 2 mi. to Pioneer Rd. Right .25 mi. to Twin Pines Ln.

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