Bungalow on Lake Superior

Bungalow on Lake Superior

Sharp Lutsen Family place on perfect Lake Superior shoreline. First time on the market since the 70s. 428’ of the Big Lake, cozied up to Jonvick Cr as it finds its way down thru a cool canyon filled with watery sounds and light. The beach here stretches out, remodels itself with each storm and is easily accessible. Hike to the other end of the lot where an ancient stairway goes down to a secret cove: the s’mores place! Peak around the corner to a sea cave. Inside, it’s all about gathering everyone: plenty of sleeping space, games in the living room by the ol’ stone fireplace, open kitchen with room for all to help or just shoot the breeze at the center island while the cook gets the chili together. All rooms orient to the Big Lake. Warm woodwork throughout. Sprawling deck for BBQ or G&Ts. 5 minutes to the Ski Hill and Superior National, 15 minutes to Grand Marais, X-County skiing a few minutes. Well maintained, well loved by three generations! Come take over the fun and memory making.

4824 W Highway 61, Lutsen
MLS #: 6026038  $530,000

This listing is compliments of Timber Wolff Realty LLC.
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Property Information

Lake Name
Lake Superior

Water Frontage
428

Acres
2.00

Taxes
$4,236.00

Square Feet
1392

Beds
3

Baths
2 (2 full bath(s))

Fireplace
yes

Built
1945

Living Room
23x19
Huge windows to the lake, stone fireplace, step out to the deck!
Kitchen
15x12
Recently updated, warm woodwork, stools along center island for talking and wine drinking
Dining Room
12x9
Views to the lake, games, good meals, good times.
Master Bedroom
15.5x8
Big windows, Lake Superior light and breezes, pine scents, waves lulling.
Bedroom 2
15.5x8
Two bunkbeds for the whole crew, snoozeful.
Loft
14.5x18.5
Room for everyone, tons of windows!
Laundry Room
9x5
Handy to clean up after the weekend!
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