Nestled within a breathtaking private nature preserve of some 2,900 acres—including approximately 250 acres of
lakes, ponds, and streams—this turn-of-the-20th-Century home captures the spirit and character of North America's Great Lodges. Built by a famed German architect who also constructed a number of Milwaukee mansions for brewery barons, the residence is complemented by a new two-bedroom cabin and separate utility building. The massive expanse of unspoiled land is a haven for wildlife of all kinds, including white-tail deer, black bears, wolves, coyotes, bald eagles, osprey, ducks and geese, beaver, and otters. The lakes and streams are filled with panfish, bass, trout, and northern and walleye pike.The acreage has been kept as untouched as possible throughout the years, creating an incomparable natural paradise.
Set on an island accessed by a wood bridge, the estate is a rustic getaway with many modern amenities. The utility building offers a fish-cleaning room, holding tank, garage, and generator room. A 1950s bomb shelter and an off-island storage building are also featured.