This cabin combines natural wood interior (exposed beams, wood floors & ceilings) with amenties of contemporary construction (comfortable bathrooms and open kitchen). The cabin has city natural gas, hot-water heat. A large floor-to-ceiling screen porch is great for feeling outside while protected from the elements. Bayfield County has a great variety of attractions: orchards, rivers, restaurants, live entertainment (Big Top Chautauqua), Big Lake adventures, downhill ski slopes, nordic ski trails, backcountry (National Forrest Service) exploration, and beaches and trails of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.
As a high demand rental property (stand-alone cabin in natural setting and close to Bayfield) with increasing gross rental income over the last five years (2010=$13.8K, 2011=14.3K, 2012=16K, 2013=16.2K, 2014=21.6K) the cabin generates a strong income. A comparitively low initial purchase price and robust rental income history combine to make this cabin an inexpensive route to vacation property ownership. The property manager (local Bayfield) has been great to work with. Guests too have been respectful. Further rental documentation is available upon request.
Since the summer high season is close at hand a buyer who closes before June 15 will gain the 2016 high season income. This cabin can be purchased either partially or mostly furnished. Finally, since the realtor is For Sale By Owner buyers can expect to see savings in closing costs. Contact the seller for more information.
Located two miles north of Bayfield, WI on lake side of Hwy 13
Cabin (1260 square feet)
Hot water radiant baseboard heat (natural gas, city supply)
Natural setting, no lawns
Sturdy exposed wood construction (2005)
First-floor, fully enclosed bedroom
Second floor, loft bedroom
Second floor, loft "nook" sitting room
Large screen porch with chair height solid wall.
Complete kitchen with stainless appliances: refrigerator and gas stove/oven
Stone wood-burning, high efficiency Opel fireplace (with fans)
Exposed wood floors
Shared Brickyard Creek nature trails wind through common property.
Lake Superior shared beach with fire pit
Close proximity to the active, outdoor and culturally-rich town of Bayfield, WI and Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Chequamegon National Forest National Forest, state, and county lands.
Extensive outfitting services and resources for beaches, sea kayaking, sailing, fishing, mountain biking, downhill and cross-country skiing, camping, and scuba diving, restaurants, shopping, and entertainment.
This cabin is one of a collection of cabins that make up Brickyard Creek Condominiums. Each cabin comprises an area or space depicted on the Site Plan. Walkways, driveways, and parking spaces service each cabin. The Common Properties owned by the Brickyard Creek Association include all of the portions of the Condominium Plats not occupied by cabin sites. This includes roads, trails, meadows, ponds, wells, and interior roads servicing the cabins. Owners of cabins own an undivided interest in the Common Property.
The Brickyard Creek Association govern the affairs of Brickyard Creek Condominiums, including repairing and maintaining of Common Property. Except for Architectural Control Provisions relating to the upkeep of the exteriors of the cabins and other reasonable provisions to protect the property rights of the owners of cabins and to preserve the rustic, natural setting of the Creek and the landscape, the owners of cabins have exclusive control over their cabins. The Brickyard Creek Associations promulgate and administer rules relating to the use of the Common Property.
For Sale By Owner Home Prices for Bayfield, Wisconsin 54814