SPECIAL 3 BEDROOM HOME FOR SALE
IN SISTER BAY, WISCONSIN:
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Of course we all think our homes are special---but some truly are. Our new listing at 2203 Hill Road in Sister Bay is all about location (walk downtown to the beach and marina, dining, shopping and more), condition (original owners are selling and they've taken extremely good care of their home) and price (Sister Bay home for sale with seasonal water views for under $400,000. This home has all three of our main criteria for a sale, but it has even more: the owners/builder of 24 years are selling because it's time for them to move on, giving YOU the prospect for a great home in Sister Bay, a wonderful opportunity to purchase a very special Door County home within walking distance of all things wonderful, yet filled with birds, wildlife, flora and fauna. May we tell you more?
This is a custom-designed home with woods and water views and convenience in mind.
Occupied by original owners for 24 years.
Designer: Hugh Mulliken, respected Door County architect for decades.
Construction by highly-respected VAN'S Custom Builders.
Recently replaced asphalt ROOF with 50 yr warranty
Leaf-Guard life-time warranty gutters throughout.
Ultra-high efficiency gas furnace with Nest thermostat for off-premise monitoring in 2016.
New dishwasher and disposal in 2017, as well as new LG range 2014
SPLIT-BEDROOM design with master en suite.
Whirlpool and tiled shower in master bath.
FOUR DECKS on three sides of the house all with woods views.
Multiple windows on all levels provide ample natural light.
Zoned HYDRONIC GAS BASEBOARD HEAT throughout with supplemental electric in all bathrooms and study..
Culligan SOFT WATER system.
Culligan REVERSE OSMOSIS system with supply-line to icemaker.
CENTRAL VACUUM throughout, plus garage.
FIREPLACE with heatalator in living room.
CUSTOM CABINETRY throughout.
Storage opportunities abound!
1/2 acre of mature hardwoods surround the house.
Over-sized two-car ATTACHED, HEATED GARAGE allows for storage/WORKSHOP AREA.
CEILING FANS in most rooms.
LARGE WALK-IN ATTIC off of study.
STUDY has two skylights.
CABLE outlets in every room, including master bath.
Retro CLOTHES-SHOOT in master bath to laundry room.
The Seller states that the construction is of very high quality, particularly its tightness. Potential for expansion of living space over the garage.
Within easy walking distance of the downtown village waterfront, yet in a quiet neighborhood (Trillium Knolls) of late-century homes. Turn left out of the driveway and you're downtown in three minutes. Turn right and you're immediately in beautiful rural Door County for exceptional biking opportunities.
Seasonal VIEWS OF GREEN BAY WATERS from upper two levels. Property is on the Niagara Escarpment nestled among mature oak, beech and maple trees with an undisturbed forest floor. No lawn at all. This is a home for bird lovers, not gardeners.
Watch the sun set over Green Bay six months of the year
on clear evenings!
as recounted by the current owner
A deer path intersects the yard, from northwest to southeast. Does and their fawns are often seen from the kitchen and Main Deck making their way to and from grazing areas. They are not tame and are quick to move on once they sense human presence.
Annually, we have a wide variety of birds visiting the woods, in the spring and summer primarily. Late April into May is peak time for all kinds of migrating birds. Most are transient songbirds. Crows, chickadees woodpeckers and cardinals stay year round. Hummingbirds stay throughout the early spring into fall. They remind us to put their feeders out upon arriving.
There are regular sitings of warblers, and nut-hatches in the fall. This year the black-throated green warblers stayed all summer, their song frequently heard during the days. Some years it's the house wren that lingers.
From time to time, hawks visit the lower story of the mature trees. This year we were visited by a barred owl, hunting during the day and hooting after dusk.
The birdhouse on the main deck has been a nesting spot for wrens and sparrows over the years. You can see the babies from the dining room window in the spring. We are not serious birders. Even so, we routinely see interesting birds, unknown to us, from our decks on two levels, as well as on the ground picking among the dry leaves.
There is interesting flora, as well. Planted daffodils, ferns and hostas have been added to nature's contribution of trilliums, tiger lilies, sedges and woodland ferns. The roadside is edged with chicory, asters and queen anne's lace.
The WALK-IN ATTIC can provide space for a room addition. Electricity and plumbing connections are available.
Eating on the Main Deck never involves mosquitoes. They don't venture high enough from the ground to reach the deck. Bon appetit!
This level is bermed into the Niagara Escarpment creating geothermal heat control for the rooms. Cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.
On all sides of the house, LEAF-GUARD GUTTERS virtually ensure that no one will have to clean out a gutter again.
The pathway terraces around the house serve as a check for run-off during heavy rains. Watch your step....
COOL SUMMER FACTS PROVIDED BY THE SELLER
Due to the prevailing west winds that travel over twenty miles of cool Green Bay waters, the upland created by the Niagara Escarpment is situated in a local temperate zone. This is particularly appreciated in the warmer months when temperatures range only in the low-70 to low-80s.
The point is, ceiling fans nearly always provide ample cooling, thus avoiding the cost of electric air-conditioning installation, maintenance and power.
This home has it all--location, condition and price! Enjoy the Sister Bay lifestyle from a private location that you'll love. Find out more about 2203 Hill Road, Sister Bay, WI 54234 here.
Contact me to arrange your private tour of 2203 Hill Road today!
SPECIAL 3 BEDROOM HOME FOR SALE
IN SISTER BAY, WISCONSIN