This cute 3 season cabin on Lake Wilipyro is a classic from the 40’s.  Original to the cabin is the open wall construction, a traditional feature of cabins from this era.  Like a living scrapbook, the walls are adorned with family memorabilia marking milestones and fun times at the lake.  Old fishing rods are mounted above doorways like artwork.  Hand-carved walking sticks leaning in corners, well-worn and comfortable furnishings and a grand daddy wood stove all lend this cabin an endearing quality.

Built by friends (all property owners on Lake Wilipyro) for the seller’s grandparents, the cabin has remained in the family the past 68 years.  But in modern times, family members have scattered, and the cabin needs new owners with more time to enjoy its lovely, private setting on quiet Lake Wilipyro.

The cabin has 780 square feet of living space, including a 10 x 8 kitchen, a 17 x 14 lake view dining/living area, a 14 x 12 den with wood stove, an additional 8 x 7 room and a 17 x 14 sleeping loft.  There is electricity, a well and a county permit for a conventional septic.  The 8 x 7 room, now used for storage, was planned as a future bath.

The west-facing, 3.4-acre setting is beautifully wooded with bushy balsam, tall white pines and some hardwoods.  A charming stone pathway leads down to the lakeshore and dock.  True to most of Wilipyro’s lake shore, the frontage is sandy.   This 77-acre lake is crystal clear and is great for swimming, snorkeling and canoeing.  Fishing motors are allowed, but water & jet skiing is frowned upon.  Home to nesting loons, the residents of this quiet lake protect this signature bird of the north.  Baby loon watching is a favorite summer activity.  Residents of Lake Wilipyro along with property owners on neighboring Samoset and Hamill Lakes can join The Tri Lakes Protective Association. Established in 1916, it is the oldest lake association in the state and strives   to protect and preserve these private, clear lakes.

About 3 miles northwest of Cable, WI, this cabin is a great choice for the quiet sports fan.  Mountain biking, fat biking and kayaking are summer activities celebrated by this quaint north woods town.

Intrigued?  Contact us to set up a showing of this sweet, little place.  It might be perfect for you!

Directions:  From Cable, take Hwy 63 N 2 mi. to Blue Moon Rd. Left about 1 mi. to Brady Rd. Left to signs on left.