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1,620 Feet of Fabulous Lake Frontage!

The long, meandering drive into Burner Lodge gives a foretaste of what’s to come.  Like a slow reveal of a beautiful painting, you pass tall pines, maple, birch, ferns and oak and catch peeks through the trees.  Is that the lake?  You are not sure.  Is that the log cabin and stone fireplace?  Maybe, but still you’re not sure.  Then you see both the lake and the cabin – and it takes your breath away!

Built in 1935, Burner Lodge is an elegant example of an early North Woods, log and stone, lake cabin.  It has been fully restored and is updated for year round use.  The detailing is more than amazing – it is a work of art!

The cabin tour begins with the vintage 30×20 great room featuring open beams, a grand, stone fireplace and a spacious dining area.  The kitchen is positioned behind the dining area for easy access, and it is re-done with 1930’s style (contemporary) appliances.  Bedrooms are found in the upper ½ story and also on the main level.  There is also a full bath on the main floor.

The Adirondack 3-season porch opens off the great room.  The porch is a favorite place to go for relaxation.  Here, you can settle in and enjoy the lake view with steaming mugs of coffee in the early morning or grill a meal of crappies on the patio BBQ and dine on the porch in the cool of the evening while the sun sets and the loons call good night.

And, the cabin has entirely finished lower level!  It is more modernized because it was transformed from a dark basement.  The lower level includes a bath, a family room, an exercise room or office area, a super storage room with built-ins and the laundry room.   The lower level is bright with lots of window light, light woods and tile.

Burner Lodge also includes two outbuildings.  The adorable, 1 bedroom guest cabin features wood floors, open beams and dormer windows.  The game & TV cottage is a smaller version of the guest cabin, and it would also make a fine study, writer’s nook or artist’s studio.  There is also a 4-car garage with a separate workshop room.

The land is another story!  The land surrounding Burner Lodge is as extraordinary as the structure. It is wild and free!  You will find elk here.  You may see bears.  You might even spot a cougar.  A stand of large red pines surrounds the cabin. Back from the shore are birch, large white pine and hemlock.  There is a sand beach, and most of the White Bass Lake frontage is sand-bottom.  It is a fabulous lake for canoeing and kayaking.

This is a world-class North Woods property with beautiful water views and vast surrounding land that provides exceptional privacy.  Contact Bill King at King Realty to set up a showing of this very special historic setting on White Bass Lake in Clam Lake, WI.

Directions:  From Cable, WI – Hwy M east 18.5 mi. to 2nd White Bass Lake Rd. sign. Right to #30890 on right.