Four Season Lake Home / Cabin on 6 acres



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Cozy, rustic cabin/modern home with log interior in main living room with modern up-north decor throughout! Relax in the warmth of the sun in this south facing Minnewawa Lake treasure or read a book in the side entry porch which includes another quaint seating area. This 4 season cabin set on 6 wooded acres of pine and hardwoods with 165ft of lakeshore in the quiet fishing North Bay is perfect for a quiet retreat or entertaining. The lakeside four season sun porch is the perfect spot to drink your morning coffee and watch all of the wildlife on the lake. Home offers maintenance free siding on all buildings, metal roof, large bathroom with jetted bathtub, 2 stall garage, storage shed, and dock. Heat this home with electric baseboard, efficient and clean earth wood stove, or fireplace. Full Kitchen offers stove with indoor vented grill, full-size wall oven, microwave, fridge, and additional bar sink area. Own this cabin/home completely furnished with three beds (one of them a log bunk bed), log living room furniture, wicker furniture in sun porch, washer & dryer, and much more. Partial clean heated basement where washer, dryer, water heater and pressure tank is located. Also, enjoy access to 600+ acres of state hunting land at the end of the driveway and state snowmobile trail in the winter!





Type of deal: For sale
Num. of rooms: 2
Num. of bathrooms: 1
Status: Good condition
Construction Year: 1940
Num. of floors: 1
Num. of places for a car: 2
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Zip Code:: 55760

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259000.00 US$
United States, Minnesota
Sauk Rapids, Foley,
304 Fraser Dr.

Published: May 14, 2017
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