Sharp and updated this 1,620 square foot home offers natural comfort and coziness throughout.  The open concept layout marries contemporary touches with an earthy, rustic finesse achieving a balance that makes space feel at ease and very livable.

The main level includes a tiled entry, a tiled hallway with a pantry, a tiled full bath, the master bedroom, a bedroom-office, and the combined open kitchen, dining area, and living room.  New wood floors and new wood ceilings are found throughout the main level.

The living room features built-in shelves, a stone wall and a new wood stove set on ceramic tile. The dining area can be used as the daily eating spot, but the tiffany-style light fixture proves this space can be easily dressed up for more elegant dinners.  There is a patio door leading from the dining area to the new cedar deck and also to the new screen porch.  Both the deck and screen porch offer beautiful wooded views.

The kitchen’s smart layout emphasizes functionality and features a dual fuel gas and convection stove, lots and lots of cabinet space and a 4-seat breakfast bar that doubles as a buffet.  With both recessed lighting and a long row of windows, the kitchen is happy and bright. Located between the living room and dining area, the kitchen brings life to the hub of the home!

The lower level consists of a large, carpeted family room, a carpeted bonus room used as guest sleeping quarters, a full bath and the 22×11 laundry/storage room with a workbench and built-in shelves.

The sellers have made many improvements to this home.  All the windows and entry doors are new.  In 2010, an insulated workshop was added onto the 2-car garage.  The garage and house received new roofs, and a new garage overhead door was installed last year.  The drive is paved, and both the house and garage have motion lights.

Don’t forget the pretty yard.  Behind the garage, you’ll find a fenced garden.  The home is landscaped with perennials.  The green space on two sides of the home’s lot is a wooded buffer – a haven for birds, squirrels and deer.

The Wilde River Association annual fee is $170. The fee includes use of the indoor heated pool, tennis courts, club house & kitchen and RV campground.

Located 3.5 miles from Cable near ski and bike trails and a Namekagon River landing, this energy efficient home is set up for year round living AND it would be a wonderful recreation getaway.

Directions:  From Cable – Hwy M east 3.5 mi. to Lake Lodge Dr.  Right to #43100 on left.