Upper Clam Lake Historic Log Cabin in Clam Lake, Wisconsin – SOLD!
If you love the old stuff – this little log cabin built in 1928 is for you! As with all the historic properties we list, the first families to settle in northern Wisconsin had their pick of property along our pristine lakes and chose the most idyllic settings. Ten acres with towering hemlocks, a soft carpet of pine needles underfoot and sunset views of Upper Clam Lake make this vintage 2 bedroom, log cabin a charming reminder of bygone summers spent Up North at the lake.
The first time on the market – in the same family for 85 years – the cabin has been restored and maintained. There’s a stone, wood-burning fireplace in the 23 x 12 great room that adjoins a small dining area and kitchen. The great room also accesses a 24 x 8 lakeside screen porch. Two bedrooms and a full bath with a claw-foot tub and shower complete the simple layout of this cabin getaway. The interior is decked out with charming north woods décor, and, if you like the style, most furnishings are negotiable.
But there’s more! The original bunkhouse and garage are included, as is the dock that rests along 550 ft. of Upper Clam Lake frontage. That’s a wide berth of private, natural shoreline that slopes gently from the cabin making easier access to the lake.
166-acre Upper Clam Lake is fed by the Chippewa River. It offers great fishing for musky, bass and panfish. The river inflow and outflow helps maintain a steady lake level. The Clam Lake area is nationally known for its elk herd restoration project. The project is very successful, and if you spend time in Clam Lake you will see majestic, wild elk.
Nostalgic Appeal. Rare & Original. Rich in Tradition. If you love the old stuff — this 1928 log cabin on Upper Clam Lake is the Real Deal!
Directions: From Clam Lake take Hwy 77 east to Hwy GG. Right on GG to E. Stuebe Rd., and right to property.