Sometimes a property comes along that puts us in awe of the natural beauty of our Wisconsin north woods. These Diamond Lake lots are exceptionally scenic and show off a healthy forest of old-growth hemlock and pines. Saved from the lumberjacks, these magnificent trees provide a shady grove overlooking Diamond Lake. The mix of giant conifers, maples, oaks and birch make this a special and beautiful place to hike, explore, contemplate and build your dream lake home Up North.

The lots are accessed from private Chapinwood Rd.  Each lot has wooded property on both sides of the road, and each lot has 263 feet of southwest facing, sand-bottom lake frontage. Both lots adjoin National Forest on their eastern borders.

The building sites along Diamond Lake are at medium elevation and are suited to most types of structures. The land is fairly level or gently rolling. Acreage on the east side of Chapinwood Rd. is more dramatic in nature. There are ravines with rich, wet bottoms that come alive with woodland plants and flowers. You will also find more hemlocks and plenty of oaks and maples. This acreage is a short hike to Lake Ree, a wilderness lake in the National Forest.

Diamond Lake is a stunning example of a northern Wisconsin drainage lake. The lakeshore and bottom is mostly sand, gravel or rock. It is 341 acres around and is 83 feet deep!  It supports many fish species including trout, large & small mouth bass, walleye, northern and panfish.  You will not be disappointed!

Lot 1 is 17 acres with 3.9 acres along the Diamond Lake and 13.1 acres on the east side of Chapinwood Rd.
Lot 2 is 4.6 acres on the Diamond Lake side and has 21.4 acres that backs up to National Forest across the road.

There is a third way to buy this property — you can have the entire acreage and shoreline — 43.2 acres and 526 feet of lake frontage for $750,000.


Directions: From Cable – Take Hwy M east to Dam Rd.b Left on Dam Rd. to Crystal Lake Rd. Left to Pioneer Rd. Left to N. Diamond Lake Rd. Right to Chapinwood Rd., and right to property.