Classic cabin/cottage with big screen porch, stone fireplace, knotty pine walls

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom


A 1930's-era classic lake cottage, with log siding, a two story limestone fireplace, wrap-around screened-in porch with views of the lake, knotty pine panelling and open cedar beams. This two bedroom cabin-style vacation home has one bedroom with a queen bed and one with twin beds and an extra sink. The screen porch also has a double futon and canvas awnings for privacy. The Great Room has mid-century rattan furniture, and a built-in hutch with mid-century pottery. The kitchen is small, but it has a full-sized fridge, a 4 burner stove, microwave, toaster, two compartment sink, two crock pots, and a blender. If you have a bit of nostalgia for the Summer Vacations you had as a kid, this is the place for you! If you're looking for ultra-modern, this may not be the right fit for your family

The floors are pristine maple in the Great Room and the bedrooms, and vertical grain fir in the bath. In addition to the stone fireplace, there is also a gas-powered furnace, or two window AC units for less than perfect conditions. The generously-sized shower is all tiled in, with a light and tall shower head. All doors are triple-thick knotty pine, and the hardware is original hammered bronze. There are some vintage light fixtures: a wagon wheel chandelier in the Great Room, wrought iron & mica lighting on the porch, and a red and white Tiffany-style light in one of the bedrooms. There is a Dutch door, between the kitchen and the porch, a long picnic table on the porch that seats up to 10, with seating for another 4-6 in the dining area

Lake Ripley is a lovely 420-acre lake, with an average depth of 44 feet. There are 2 public boat landings, 1 public (drive--1 mile) and one private (walk--. 4 mile) beach, and a swimming and fishing pier, within 1/2 a block's walk. There are also 2 single kayaks for your use, with paddles and lifejackets. Easy walk to the pier 1/2 block away

The Glacial-Drumlin and Cam-Rock bike trails are just a few miles away, and it is an easy bike ride into the charming village of Cambridge, with several good coffee shops and restaurants to chose from. Fort Atkinson and Lake Mills are each just 15 minutes away, and Madison is only 30 minutes away, with a vast number of ethnic restaurants, pubs and classic eating establishments


  • Pets
  • Internet
  • Parking
  • A/C
  • Heating
  • TV
  • Fireplace


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