Great Home with a Country Feel in the Village of Sister Bay WI 54234

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Real Estate Agent with The Kellstrom Ray Agency, Inc. (Est. 1948)

Great Home with a Country Feel for sale in the Village of Sister Bay, WI 54234.  This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity in an absolutely fantastic location! Country living in the Village with this large home built for comfortable entertaining. Wooded setting includes outdoor oven/grill, man-made pond with waterfall, hot tub, attached & detached garages, maple syrup stove, wrap-around decks and much more. Sister Bay Homes for Sale

This home features hardwood floors, stainless appliances, ample room for guests, tons of closet space. Four large bedrooms, three full baths, gourmet kitchen. Workshop/ManCave, too!

Membership to Bay Shore Estates is optional on Forest Lane, but joining for a nominal annual fee allows for shore  and dock access at the end of Forest Lane, too. Charming formal dining room, wood burning fireplace. A true Door County getaway in the beautiful year-round Village of Sister Bay.

Great Home with a Country Feel for sale in the Village of Sister Bay, WI 54234. For more information, check here.

what we saw in the backyard last week on Forest Lane

Wildlife in Door County

Fun facts about Sister Bay, Wisconsin

Sister Bay is the year-round community of northern Door County and offers amenities to make vacations and life for year round residents a well-rounded experience.

Average seasonal temperatures

Spring: March 38/22 F˚, April 52/33 F˚, May 65/42 F˚

Summer: June 74/51 F˚, July 80/58 F˚, August 77/57 F˚
Always bring pants and a warm wind breaker with you for nights in Sister Bay – the wind off the bay can be cool.

Fall: September 69/50 F˚, October 57/40 F˚, November 43/30 F˚.

Winter: December 30/17 F˚, January 25/9 F˚, February 28/11 F˚

If you’re coming in either Spring or Fall, bring warm rain gear, preferably the type you can separate if the weather is warm, and clothing for both warm and cooler weather. Nights are cool.

Fishing

Whether fishing from shore or out on the open water, the Green Bay waters surrounding Sister Bay offer an abundant and versatile fishery. Spring and Summer months offer good smallmouth bass, brown trout, walleye and northern pike fishing. Anglers can cast rapalas and spoons hoping for the big one, or go with the old faithful worm and bobber combination that seems to never fail. Try the outside of the downtown marina breakwater, or the outside wall at Yacht Works marina on the north edge of town, (do your best to stay away from docked boats.)

Just offshore Sister Bay, fisherman catch King Salmon throughout the summer and early fall, trolling down-riggers and dipsy divers. The state DNR’s purchase of the old wagon trail launch on Waters End Road means great Lake Michigan access is soon to come.

Winter months offer great brown trout and whitefish ice fishing. Contact one of the locals or an area guide to ensure safe ice conditions and good fishing techniques. Good fishing to all!

Farmer’s Markets

Sister Bay is host to two Farmers’ Markets offering fabulous fresh produce, flowers & prepared foods. Produce and flower availability changes with the seasons.

Wednesdays: 3:30 p.m. Farmers’ Market at the Country Walk Shops, uptown Sister Bay. Mid-June through Mid-October.

Saturdays: 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Farmers’ Market at the Corner of the Past. Fresh, locally-grown vegetables, flowers and prepared foods from certified kitchens are available in this colorful, historical farmyard setting. Local artisans demonstrate their craft during the Markets each Saturday. Visit: www.sisterbayhistory.org for the schedule

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 Thank you for reading!  MaryKay Shumway, ABR®, CRS®, Realtor® loves to laugh and enjoys working with people that love the Door Peninsula.  She is a full-time real estate Broker, mother of two and a senior Broker Associate at the Kellstrom-Ray Agency, Inc. in beautiful Sister Bay, Wisconsin.  She represents listings throughout the Door County Peninsula and also represents many Buyers that want to purchase the perfect property to make Door County a part of their lives.  CONTACT MARYKAY ABOUT YOUR DOOR COUNTY PROPERTY QUESTIONS TODAY.

 

MaryKay Shumway has an extremely consistent multi-million dollar producer for over seventeen years.  Representing both listing clients and buyer clients full time, MaryKay is also a mother of two and active in the Door County community in the local school district, nonprofit groups and governmental affairs.  A member of the Door County Board of Realtors Honors Society from 2005-2020, the Door County Realtor of the Year 2008, a member of The Real Estate Group's Chairman's Circle in 2010-2015, and an member of the Coldwell Banker International Diamond Society for 2014 & 15.  She has served as President and Vice President of the Door County Board of Realtors  and as a member of its Advocacy Committee.  MaryKay is a top MLS producer and has held the position of top producer at The Kellstrom-Ray Agency, Inc. since 2016.

 

Contact MaryKay.  "As a multi-million dollar producer and senior associate at The Kellstrom-Ray Agency selling Door County real estate, I focus my balance on both  featured listings and representing Buyer Clients looking for the perfect Door County Property.  I turn Door County vacations into Door County traditions by helping you own your own Door County real estate, and I represent exceptional properties in all price points on the Bay of Green Bay, Lake Michigan, and all inland lakes and properties in between. Local experience with GLOBAL connections.  Call, text or e-mail me today."

Comments (2)

David Saks
(retired) - Memphis, TN
Fine property. Will make any buyer a very satisfied new owner.
Apr 18, 2013 05:39 PM
Tammy Lankford,
Lane Realty Eatonton, GA Lake Sinclair, Milledgeville, 706-485-9668 - Eatonton, GA
Broker GA Lake Sinclair/Eatonton/Milledgeville

Love that you put the average seasonal temps in the post... might have to borrow that idea.  Looks like a great view.

Apr 20, 2013 03:08 AM