MLS# 164121


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Details: 
Luxury Living - Premier 5 bedroom, 5 bath condominium on the Manitowish Waters Chain. The Lily Pad is right on the waters edge and features two levels of living, each with full kitchen/dining/ living, four season porch and wood burning fireplace. Condo comes fully furnished and professionally decorated with premium art & decor. Includes a private boat slip and an off-site 756 sq. ft. garage for storing your boats and snowmobiles between stays. This is a fantastic investment opportunity as Chippewa Retreat Resort is showing continuous growth as a family resort, corporate retreat & wedding venue. Amenities include onsite rental management, the White Oak Grill restaurant, heated outdoor swimming pool w/patio & fireplace, Private marina, and beautifully manicured grounds. Schedule your tour today and become an elite proud Owner.
MLS Number: 
164121
Price: 
$799,000
Street Number: 
13035
Street Name: 
DEER PARK RD
City: 
Manitowish Waters
State: 
WI
County: 
Vilas
Waterfront: 
Yes
Zip Code: 
54545
Lake Name: 
MANITOWISH
Lake Chain: 
Manitowish
Lake Frontage: 
550
Lake Size (Acres): 
506
Shoreline: 
Sand
Acre/Sq Ft: 
130,680
Acres: 
3.00
Bedrooms: 
5
Bathrooms: 
5
Half Bathrooms: 
0
Style: 
2 Story
Finished Sq Ft: 
5,566
Longitude: 
-89.8294973373
Latitude: 
46.1097190548
Status: 
Active O/C
Year Built: 
2006
Flooring: 
Wood,Laminate,Tile,Carpeting
Property Type: 
Condominium
Property Zoning: 
Recreational
Water: 
Drilled Well,Shared Well
Parking: 
Detached
Included: 
Range,Refrigerator,Microwave,Double Oven,Furnishings-Negotiable,Dishwasher,Disposal,Exhaust Fan
Exterior Features: 
Pier/Dock,Boat Slip,Open/Sun Deck,Patio,Covered Deck,Landscaped,Retaining Wall,In-ground Pool,Other,In-Ground Sprinkler Sys.
Services: 
Circuit Breakers,Phone,Underground Lines,Other,Internet Highspeed,Leased Satellite
Exterior Finish: 
Cedar,Wood Shingle,Stone
Basement: 
Crawl Space
Listing Date: 
06/15/2017
Days on Market: 
9.3 Days
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