This Listing Took Eight Years to Happen, but It Was Worth the Effort
Some real estate listings may take less time to finally make it to market, but waiting to list a truly exceptional property is always worthwhile. We began discussions with the seller of this exceptional property back in 2006, at a time when the real estate market on Madeline Island was at its peak.
4327 Chippewa Trail, LaPointe Wisconsin is about to come onto the market in a few days. The seasonal "A-frame" cottage on over thirteen acres (with 300 feet of sand beach) is located at the end of Chippewa Trail, adjacent to the seventeen-acre Amnicon Beach property owned by the Bad River Tribe of Ojibwe and currently leased to members of the Amnicon Bay Tenants Association. The current tribal lease will expire in 2017.
We describe this beachfront property as one of the coveted "bookends" on either side of Amnicon Bay, superbly peaceful and private, with a view that is identical to the adjacent Amnicon Bay properties. Best of all, this is fee simple property that you can own, not a land lease.
The lovely northeast-facing Beach on Amnicon Bay (north of Amnicon Point) faces the historic Michigan Island lighthouse. Unique Lake Superior properties of this size and in this particular location are rarely available for purchase.
Contact Madeline Island Realty via email (MadelineIsland@Gmail.com) or call listing broker Eric Kodner at 612.670.2539 for details on this exceptional real estate opportunity.