MLS# 165232


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Details: 
SUGAR CAMP CHAIN with about 2,300 acres of water is known for fantastic fishing, Eagles, Loons & an abundance of wildlife. This home is located on a very level lot with 1.8 acres, Western exposure & situated in the heart of the chain between Sand & Stone lakes. The ranch style home features 3 bed, 2 baths, Open concept, vaulted ceilings, cozy fireplace in liv. room & a large open sun deck overlooking the lake. There's a full basement with a convenient bilco entry for everything you will want for your lakeside living. In addition, there is an attached 2 car garage, Pole building & shed for boats, water toys & snowmobiles. These unique bodies of water allow for all types of recreation, whether you want to ski, paddle board, kayak & canoe or just enjoy the uninhabited shoreline on your pontoon. It's all here on this 5 Lake Chain in Oneida County in Northern Wisconsin. Just bring your fishing pole & start enjoying this beautiful Northwood's Lifestyle!
MLS Number: 
165232
Price: 
$285,000
Street Number: 
5195
Street Name: 
HIDEAWAY DR
City: 
Sugar Camp
State: 
WI
County: 
Oneida
Waterfront: 
Yes
Zip Code: 
54521
Lake Name: 
SAND
Lake Chain: 
Sugar Camp
Lake Frontage: 
108
Lake Size (Acres): 
540
Shoreline: 
Sand,Rocky
Acre/Sq Ft: 
78,408
Acres: 
1.80
Bedrooms: 
3
Bathrooms: 
2
Half Bathrooms: 
0
Finished Sq Ft: 
1,555
Longitude: 
-89.4037991
Latitude: 
45.8322153
Status: 
Active
Year Built: 
0
Flooring: 
Carpeting
Property Type: 
Single Family Det
Property Zoning: 
General Use
Water: 
Drilled Well
Parking: 
2 Car,Attached
Included: 
Refrigerator,Microwave,Washer,Dryer,Dishwasher,Water Softener/Conditioner,Range Hood,Oven/Range-Electric
Exterior Features: 
Pier/Dock,Open/Sun Deck,Outbuilding,Landscaped,Private Boat Launch,Shed,Pole Building
Services: 
Phone,Owned LP Tank,Internet Highspeed
Exterior Finish: 
Vinyl
Basement: 
Full Basement,Unfinished,Bilco Entry
Listing Date: 
05/26/2017
Days on Market: 
29.2 Days
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