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Diamond Lake Destination Property

8615 Bo Di Lac Drive, Minocqua, Wisconsin 54548 - Oneida County
$289,900 2.40 Acres
4 beds 2 Bathrooms 1687 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 3223289

Description

Diamond Lake Destination Property: Your exclusive point offers southwestern exposure and a commanding level 411' sand frontage. The 2.5 acre property offers wooded lakefront seclusion. Diamond Lk is a full recreation lake w/ access to Squirrel Lake for over 1450 acres of waterfront fun. The nostalgic year-round home has been lovingly maintained with T&G paneling, wood floors, split stone fireplace & expansive views of the lake. 4 bdrm areas, 2 full baths - ample room for family & friends! The partial basement, 1 car attached & 2 car detached garages offer plenty of storage. On the exterior you will find a metal roof, cottage style siding and metal wrapped windows helping make this turnkey package maintenance free. Recreational pursuits include access to 100's of area lakes, the Chequamegon National Forest & Minocqua Winter Park - the Midwest's premiere XC ski facility, which is only two miles away! Delight in heading North to this private, wooded paradise on Diamond Lk in Minocqua!

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From Minocqua: Hwy 70 West for 11 miles to (L) on Bo-Di-Lac Drive (at Crickets), follow Bo-di-Lac south for 3.5 miles to home on (R)

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