This beautiful property has been in the same family since 1957 – 60 years!  It has been well-tended to and loved – and has provided a treasure trove of happy family memories at the lake.  Now, this is your chance to build your own tradition of family memories at Up North at the lake . . .

In 2006, the original family cabin on this Pigeon Lake property was replaced with a newly built 3 bedroom home that is cozy and quaint.  Features include a gas-log stove in the 24×12 living room; locally milled pine counters in the kitchen and bath and floors covered with maple,  stone pavers, decorative cement or tile.  There’s a diamond willow railing along the stairs that lead to the 32×12 loft family room/den where you will find 22 built-in storage cubbies.  The loft opens to a treetop deck overlooking 235 feet of Pigeon Lake frontage!

Paving stone pathways through native flower gardens lead to the cabin’s wrap around, open porch and main entry.  Once inside you’ll find yourself in the dining area with lovely garden views. The dining area combines with the kitchen for almost 400 sq. ft. of living space.  9 ft. ceilings here and throughout the home give the place an airy feel.

The main floor is completed with two 12×11 bedrooms and a full bath.  The bath is conveniently located between the bedrooms and features a walk-in tile shower and a space-saving stackable washer and dryer.  Additionally, this home, though in a rural setting – is wired for wi-fi.

The new cabin was attached to the original cabin’s 24×12 porch (now the living room).  The old, lakeside porch was updated and weatherized, and the windows were replaced with new, arch-shaped, paned windows that give an old-timey, comfortable character to this space.

Embracing the north woods setting and being outside is the theme here.  Besides the treetop deck, there are two full-length, covered porch decks, an in-laid brick patio, a landscaped campfire pit and a yard full of flowers and artistic surprises!

The 235 feet of shoreline has been left to nature.  There is a dock and a small boat house.  This is a quiet, clear, 213-acre lake and is good fishing for pike, largemouth bass and panfish.  Kayaks, canoes, SUP’s and electric motor boats are the best fit on these waters surrounded by Chequamegon National Forest.   The 1.88-acre wooded lot has been surveyed.  View Survey Here.

Other structures on this property include a 2-car garage with a workshop and an enchanting 1 bedroom (10×14) Guest House.

Located 4.25 miles west of Drummond (US Hwy 63) on Hwy N, the home has easy access to Cable and Hayward (south) or to Bayfield and Ashland (north).  This beautiful National Forest setting with wilderness lakes and the North Country Trail at your doorstep – is not in the middle of nowhere – but is in the middle of someplace else!

Contact King Realty to set up a showing of this special property on Pigeon Lake.

Directions:  From Drummond, WI – take Hwy N west about 4.25 mi. to property on right.