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Heit Home (“BLUEBERRY HILL”) – 26738 Whitetail Trail (aka HEMLOCK POINT RD.)
This two-story, 1271 sq. ft. house has tall ceilings and a lot of open glass windows. 175 feet of lake frontage on the main part of the lake looking west-southwest. This lot has absolutely perfect, pure sand bottom beach. Right now it has a wide sand strip but in some years the lake level is against the bank early in the year, so this lot has a stone sea wall to prevent erosion at those times. 3 bedroom, 2 full bathroom home built in 2005 but used very little since then. The quality of materials used, the workmanship, and the current condition of the house are all exceptionally good; it is like a new house. The exterior of the home is essentially maintenance free with very long-term, high-quality siding, and very long-term roof shingles. There are large decks on both the NE and SW side of the house. The interior is all high-quality finishing, including the paneling on selected walls, Thomasville solid hickory wood cabinets in the kitchen, bathrooms and laundry room, Mohawk Duraloc laminate oak flooring, Anderson windows throughout, Kohler fixtures in the bathroom and kitchen, and so on. Other features of this excellent house include: Full basement with part ready for an additional bedroom or extra living quarters; American Standard (Trane) high-efficiency propane furnace with central heating with a dual burner and variable speed blower; central air conditioning; propane hot water heater; 1,000 gallon exterior propane tank; and exterior Generac 15,000 watt propane whole house generator. This house also has a lot of other features such as; plumbing-ready for a water softener should you want to install it; it is pre-wired for satellite TV; very well insulated; CLF lighting throughout. This house could be used very comfortably year-round. The high-quality appliances, Amish-built dining room table and chairs, and the North Woods log futons in living room and the furniture in the bedrooms is expensive and very high-quality. The furnishings are like new and cost the owner over $15,000. An attractive package price to include the personal property can be arranged.
Between the parking area and the house there is a 24’ x 36’ (864 sq. ft.) partially insulated, detached two-car garage. This building was used by the owners as their initial cabin while they were in the process of building the house. It has the equivalent of an apartment in it only needing a bathroom to be added to be a functioning guest house. This accessory building with slab floor and exterior concrete slab patio has a coal-burning stove in it with a wonderful wood bin that hides the coal, but has over one ton of hard coal in the structure and handy to the stove. This second building also has a nice overhang as a sitting porch for guests or the owners to use as a way out of the sun on hot days.
IN ADDITION, this home has a lot across Hemlock Point Rd. that fronts on the North Arm of Lake Geneserath. It has a driveway going through it across from the driveway in to the house. This extra lot on the north shore line of Hemlock Point is Unit 10 of the Whitetail Point Subdivision. It has a full view of the North Arm of the lake; in fact, it’s the only lot in the subdivision that has its own point jutting out farther into the North Arm than any of the other lots. Its 121.13 feet of beach frontage and the point allows someone to build farther out into the North Arm than any other house either side of it for 1,000 feet in either direction. This lot can be purchased as part of a package. This Lot #10 will not be sold until the main house is sold. If not sold as part of the package it will then be available for sale separately at $85,000.
This home and all the improvements on it would cost someone well over $500,000 to buy and reproduce the improvements today.
It is therefore reasonably price at an asking price of $350,000.