Tri Lakes is an area just outside of Cable, WI.  It is not well known because the 3 lakes – Wilipyro, Samoset and Hammill – have No Public Access.  Settled in 1916 by 4 families from the Twin Cities area, the lakes harbor an intriguing history, and family members from the adventurous first families still hold property here.

Samoset Lake lies between Wilipyro and Hammill.  It is 46 acres, 40 ft. deep and round in shape.  In 1916 two families owned property on this lake.  Now, almost 100 years later, there are only 10 property owners on Samoset.  That’s pretty cool!  This is a private, healthy, clear water lake that is not overdeveloped.  Expect to find excellent swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding and fishing for northern, bass and panfish. This is a choice lake for silent sports recreation.  Properties rarely change hands here because families really love the Tri Lakes.

Carefully sited among 9.8 acres of fragrant fir and pines, this wonderfully private, thoughtfully designed 2,600 sq. ft., 4 bedroom, 3 full bath north woods lake home offers a rare opportunity for you to join the Tri Lakes neighborhood.  The lake shore gently slopes to 316 feet of southeast-facing, sand-bottom with two docking areas, a fire pit and panoramic views of clear and blue Samoset Lake.  Beautiful elevation and majestic pines around the lake makes this a rare find!

The home’s covered entry leads into the foyer and then into the open layout of the great room.  The great room features cathedral ceilings, a wood stove and stone accent wall, patio doors leading to the deck and fabulous lake views.  The country kitchen with its plentiful cabinets and 12 ft. lunch/breakfast bar allows for lovely views of the lake while cooking.  The dining area is handy to kitchen serving and features a deer antler chandelier.  You can also easily set up intimate dining by the crackling wood fire or entertain a troop of folks on the wrap around deck.

A cozy sunroom that faces the lake is accessed off the great room.  It has a door that leads to the deck, and it serves as a great 4-season porch with the windows opened to let in the lake breezes.  The sunroom also opens to the master bedroom, but closing doors to the bedroom and great room makes this room a private space, too.  A full bath and laundry room complete the main level.

On the second level, there are two spacious bedrooms, another full bath and a 10×20 landing that fronts all the rooms.  One of the bedrooms includes a charming side room with a frosted, glass shuttered window that, when opened, overlooks the great room. This space can accommodate a set of bunk beds for more sleeping space, and it would also make a nice, little office.

One level down from the main floor is the 18×27 family room with beautiful, laminate wood floors, a wood stove and walkout doors to a covered patio.  The lower level also has a large bedroom, full bath and a cedar sauna.  If the whole gang comes to visit, the family room can easily double as a sleeping hostel!

A wide, stone walkway lined with perennial rock gardens leads from the lower level patio down to the lake docks and shoreline.  Near the house balsams scent the air – this is the rarified north woods fresh air people rave about!

The 3-car, matching garage has a 2nd story that is framed in but not finished.  The bank of barn sash windows brings plenty of natural light to this level that would serve well as a studio or guest quarters.

Lastly, the location is just great!  The Tri Lakes neighborhood is incredibly private and peaceful, yet it is minutes from Cable.  You can bike to town.  In less than 10 minutes you can drive on paved roads to the famous Birkie Ski Trail, the North End Ski & Hiking Trails, CAMBA mountain bike trails and the Namekagon River landing.

While you may or may not end up buying this special Samoset Lake home, once you personally visit it – you WILL dream of owning it.  Contact King Realty to set up a showing.

Directions:  From Cable – Hwy 63N about 2 mi. to Blue Moon Rd.  Left 1 mi. to Tri Lakes Rd.  Left about 3 mi. to property on right.