Gilmore Lake, 2 hours from Minnesota’s Twin Cities!

NW WI Lakefront Property with 100' of Shoreline, Bring Your Boat!
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Gilmore Lake, 2 hours from Minnesota’s Twin Cities!

Mature pines and oaks provide you with shade and seclusion on this over an acre lakefront property for sale with 118′ of sand shoreline in NW Wisconsin Washburn County! The frontage is hard sandy beach, this is truly an exceptional lakefront property. Gilmore Lake is well-known for incredible fishing so get those hooks sharpened up!

A true Northwood’s Wisconsin lake, Gilmore Lake is surrounded by tall pines and quiet seclusion! Power is available on the edge of the property, new survey work is being done, along with a preliminary soil test and comes in writing with a Guarantee of Buildability.

Located in Washburn County and bordering the township of Minong, this area offers a haven for travelers looking to get away from the more crowded tourist destinations. Yet, you are close to Spooner and Hayward, Wisconsin, for shopping and attractions. Internationally-known Jack Link’s Beef Jerky is home to this area.

Lots of interest in this well-known area; let me know if you would like more information and to set up a time to walk this beautiful Wisconsin lakefront!

Was $129,900 Now $115,900 SAVE $14,000!!
Property # GLS-5
Price: Was $129,900 Now $115,900 SAVE $14,000!
MLS:GLS-5

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Just 2 hours from Minnesota's Twin Cities you can own sand lakefront shoreline on Gilmore Lake in Washburn County Wisconsin! Over an acre of wooded land where you can camp or build and stand on your sand shore on this all sports lake! Gilmore Lake is nearly 400 acres in size with 36-foot depths, crystal clear waters and loaded with trophy gamefish. Boat, fish, swim and live the lake life at Gilmore Lake today!

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For immediate information and to speak with someone who has walked this property and knows it well, call 1-800-537-8339 during our office hours, 8am to 8pm Central Time.
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