Big Cedar Lake is a spring fed, 907ac, 105' deep clear water lake, only 30 minutes north of Milwaukee, just outside of West Bend Wis. It's the premier recreation lake in Washington Cty, enjoyed by Illinois families for decades. Enjoy some of the best fishing, sailing, swimming, skiing and beauty that Wisconsin has to offer without the long drive. This older 4 bedroom, 2 bath lake home, includes an added detached guest cottage and 2- 1/4 ac lots. 1-lake side lot w/50 ft of prime sand bottomed frontage and 1- 1/4 ac 60' wide back lot for added parking, garage and gardening. The position of the home is grandfathered, allowing it to sit as far back from the lake as possible to maximize lake side entertainment. Situated between two beautifully updated homes.
This listing 5938 North Lake Drive West Bend, Wi 53095
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 2,220 square feet. 5938 North Lake Drive was built in 1920. 5938 North Lake Drive is located in West Bend and in ZIP Code 53095.
It has been listed on our site since 9/9/17.
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