Pat Whyte
Restaino & Associates


Indian Lake - Hwy 19, Wisconsin

Lovely stone home, with '1878'  inscribed over the stone entry lintel, recently updated, with all the historical details intact.

First floor, retaining the  original floor plan, is spacious living room, office, formal dining, lovely kitchen with granite and high end appliances, and a bath.

The old stone threshold enroute to the newer addition is one step down to sweet foyer, a charming sun room, a large east and south-facing  master suite and a library/family room with fireplace, adjacent laundry and exit to a fenced yard with terraced perennial gardens for you and your pets.

Upstairs is a remodeled double vanity bath with shower, three smallish bedrooms and lots of storage.  Without compromising the historical footprint, one could enlarge the bedrooms into the storage rooms.

A 30 x 60 ft Wick building,  formerly accommodating  cattle, is awaiting your collectibles or livestock!  An oversized garage with two little rooms for hobbies (i.e. refinishing furniture?  drying flowers?  ) and a nicely paved driveway with turnaround for tractors or vehicles completes the property.  A farmer currently plants crops on 20 of the 26 acres and plows the property in the winter...What a Good Neighbor!

This home sits on 26 acres abutting a 458 acre county park for your pleasure:  hiking and cross country skiing, fishing, bird watching.    This is one of Dane County's most picturesque parks!  (I found this lovely park quite by accident in 1980; in my youth I used to drive there and time myself running up to the high spot of the park and back down for a superb cardio workout. )  How often can one find an historic home  with total privacy in pristine , move-in condition only 15 minutes from Middleton?

Sellers will miss the bucolic views  and Indian Lake.  They are sad to retire to warmer climes.

Call Pat or call your Buyer Agent to see this lovely property!


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Price: $619,000
Call Pat Whyte 608-232-7738
(Cell 608-513-2200)
for further information.


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