Lutsen Log

Lutsen Log

Hand crafted custom log home built to last, situated above Christine Lake in Lutsen, a hop ski and a jump to the access road to Christine Lake where you can launch your fishing boat or Kayaks. Or take a hike through the State land adjoining this cabin to an established access point on Christine Lake. Awesome location surrounded by State and Federal lands, enjoy biking, hiking and boating only minutes from your front door! Interior of home is Sweet with nice open floor plan, double log tie beams, vaulted ceilings. Updated open kitchen with stainless appliances, granite counters, with hickory cabinetry and lots of light! The main level master bathroom is newly remodeled and gorgeous with deep soaker tub and separate shower. Lower level is super for guest space with their own family rec room! Remodeled lower level bath, laundry and two guest rooms. Just enough space where your guests will not want to leave! The garage is oversized to store all your gear AND two cars! Terrific landscaping, and the deck off the great room is fantastic for entertaining and enjoying the great sense of wilderness that surrounds this home! A must see home to appreciate the value, the hand crafted logs are awesome!

399 Honeymoon Tr, Stone's Throw to Christine Lake Public Access, Lutsen
MLS #: 6078599  $399,900

This listing is compliments of TimberWolff Realty LLC.
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Property Information

Acres
1.90

Taxes
$2,798.00

Beds
3

Baths
2 (1 full bath(s))

Garage Capacity
2

Fireplace
yes

Built
2001

Kitchen
16x14
Open concept, nice granite counters, stainless appliances, hickory cabinetry.
Rec Room
12x20
Your guests and/or kids will love this space, walks out to front yard!
Master Bedroom
14x14
 
Bedroom 2
12x14
 
Bedroom 3
12x12
 
Great Room
14x16
Vaulted ceiling with log beams and nice views across the Wilderness
Deck
x
Large deck overlooking the forest that walks out from Great Room.
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