Unique – Well Taken Care Of Lake Property!


Built in the 1970’s, this ranch-style lake cabin retains many of the loved features from that era:  low-pitched roof, wide eave overhangs, a rambling façade with a dominant front gable, a partially enclosed lakeside pergola patio, a massive brick fireplace, built-in shelving & closets, globe pendant light fixtures, an open floor plan with ¾ interior walls and open beam ceilings and an attached garage with a paved driveway.  While the ranch design began in California in the 1930’s and was patterned after 1-story adobe “rancho” buildings, it has been modified by more contemporary Craftsman and Prairie styles.  Our lake cabin ranch exhibits many exterior features of a CA ranch design.  A bit of Craftsman shows, too, in the large window views of the cabin’s natural surroundings – especially of beautiful Samoset Lake!

The 1,255 sq. ft. cabin offers three bedrooms and two full baths, a combined living room and dining area with a fireplace, a 16×12 family room with great lake views, a 13×8 kitchen, and a laundry closet with tons of storage – all this laid out on a single level.  There is also a detached 3-car, heated, finished garage with an upper story bonus/storage area that can be accessed by an elevator!  The lakeside gazebo is rather unique – cement floor, solid walls – it would make a great sauna!  Both the garage and gazebo have electricity.

Recent property updates include new roofs on all buildings.  The home has a new forced air furnace, new kitchen appliances, a new pump and a new pressure tank.  All the buildings have been freshly painted, too.

The 1-acre yard is a beauty!  The park-like site is quite level down to the lake and overlooks 150 ft. of sand-bottom shoreline.  Lake Samoset has no public access – that makes it a very private setting.  The lake is 40 ft. deep and 46 acres around.  The lake depth is impressive.  The fishing is good.  Samoset’s clear water makes this an excellent lake for swimming, snorkeling and kayaking.

One more thing – this cabin’s location is a hop, skip and jump from Cable – only 5 miles to town where you will find a full service grocery & hardware store, restaurants, a bakery, museums and more.  That means it is also close to Silent Sports trails like the Birkie Trail and mountain bike and fat bike trails.  Tri Lakes Rd. is also a designated motorized route for snowmobiles and ATVs.

Interested?  Please contact King Realty to set up a showing.

Directions:  From Cable, WI,  Hwy 63 north 2 mi. to Blue Moon Rd.  Left 1 mi. to Tri Lakes Rd.  Left 2 mi. to property on right.