MLS# 169329 - LAKE HOME | 3 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHROOMS
PREMIER PROPERTY ON DESIRABLE, CLEAR WATER, CRESCENT LAKE! THIS 3 BEDROOM/3 BATH HOME IS PERFECT FOR YEAR ROUND LIVING OR AS YOUR VERY OWN NORTHWOODS COTTAGE! PICTURE . . .
MLS# 161302 - LAKE HOME | 4 BEDROOMS | 5 BATHROOMS
TURNKEY! THIS 4+ BEDROOM, 5 BATH BOOM LAKE HOME FEATURES 359 FT. OF SAND FRONTAGE, PRIVATE 1.51 ACRE LOT, FRASIER'S CUSTOM KITCHEN (FEATURED IN KITCHEN DESIGN MAGAZINE) . . .
MLS# 159293 - LAKE HOME | 4 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHROOMS
TOM DOYLE LAKE
THIS TOM DOYLE HOME WAS BUILT IN 2010 WITH QUALITY AND ATTENTION TO DETAIL IN MIND. THE GREAT ROOM WITH PINE CATHEDRAL ROUNDED CEILING, GAS STONE FIREPLACE, & TWO FRENCH . . .
MLS# 163167 - LAKE HOME | 3 BEDROOMS | 4 BATHROOMS
CONTEMPORARY RHINELANDER CHAIN HOME WITH RARE PRIVACY ONLY A MILE FROM THE CITY. THIS EXECUTIVE HOME SITS ON A LITTLE OVER AN ACRE OF LAND WITH 164 FEET OF FRONTAGE ON . . .
MLS# 165233 - LAKE HOME | 4 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHROOMS
YOU DON'T HAVE TO SACRIFICE QUALITY OR QUANTITY WITH THIS 4 BEDROOM, 3 BATH HOME ON THE RHINELANDER CHAIN! THE HOME'S MAIN LEVEL OFFERS A SPLIT FLOOR PLAN WITH ONE WING . . .
MLS# 169354 - LAKE HOME | 3 BEDROOMS | 1 BATHROOM
THIS RARE WATERFRONT ACREAGE PARCEL OFFERS 37+/- ACRES OF MIXED, MATURE TREE COVER & 862+/- FT OF FRONTAGE ON SLOW, NO-WAKE SOO LAKE, THIS PRIVACY PARCEL IS THE PERFECT . . .
MLS# 169192 - LAKE LOT 9.4
IDYLLIC LEGACY PROPERTY, FIRST TIME OFFERED ON THE RHINELANDER CHAIN. THIS 9.4 ACRE WATERFRONT PARCEL (PER TAX ROLLS) HAS BEEN IN THE SAME FAMILY FOR DECADES AND IS NOW . . .
MLS# 156649 - LAKE HOME | 4 BEDROOMS | 4 BATHROOMS
BOOM LAKE! ARCHITECT DESIGNED 4 BEDROOM, 4 BATH LAKE HOME ON A LEVEL 157' SAND BOTTOM LOT ON THE 1300+ ACRE RHINELANDER CHAIN. THE HOME FEATURES A BEAUTIFUL ENTRY WITH . . .
MLS# 164684 - LAKE HOME | 3 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHROOMS
THIS PROPERTY WILL LEAVE YOU BREATHLESS. THE COMPLETELY REMODELED HOME ON A PENINSULA OF PRIVATE SOO LAKE FEATURES PANORAMIC VIEWS, BEAUTIFUL HARDWOOD FLOORS, GRANITE . . .
MLS# 166022 - LAKE HOME | 3 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHROOMS
BOOM LAKE BEAUTY! SET ALONG THE SOUTHWESTERN SHORE OF BOOM LAKE, THIS 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME ON NATURE ROAD OFFERS AN ENTIRELY MAIN LEVEL FLOOR PLAN ON A LEVEL LAKEFRONT . . .
MLS# 165224 - LAKE HOME | 3 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHROOMS
CRESCENT LAKE HOME AND GUEST COTTAGE! HERE IS A RARE OFFERING ON ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER LAKES IN ONEIDA COUNTY. THE METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED HOME PROVIDES AN OPEN . . .
MLS# 166272 - LAKE HOME | 3 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHROOMS
HAVE YOU BEEN DREAMING OF OWNING A HOME ON CRESCENT LAKE ONE OF ONEIDA COUNTY'S PREMIER LAKES? THEN THIS HOME IS THE ONE FOR YOU, FEATURING 3 LARGE BEDROOMS, 2.5 BATHS, . . .
MLS# 160702 - LAKE HOME | 3 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHROOMS
RHINELANDER FLOWAGE FLOWAGE
RHINELANDER CHAIN CUSTOM BUILT 3 BEDROOM, 2 1/2 BATH LAKE HOME WITH 99 FEET OF GENTLE ROLLING WESTERN EXPOSURE. THE HOME FEATURES A NEWER 3 CAR DETACHED GARAGE, . . .
MLS# 168410 - LAKE HOME | 4 BEDROOMS | 5 BATHROOMS
THIS CONTEMPORARY HOME IS LOCATED IN A QUIET, UPSCALE NEIGHBORHOOD ON THE RHINELANDER CHAIN/BOOM LAKE. IT OFFERS 4 BEDROOMS, 4 1/2 BATHROOMS, STUNNING GREAT ROOM WITH . . .
MLS# 168165 - LAKE HOME | 4 BEDROOMS | 4 BATHROOMS
UNNAMED LAKE LAKE
CUSTOM BUILT EXECUTIVE HOME LOCATED 3 MILES WEST OF RHINELANDER WITH EASY ACCESS TO THE REGIONAL AIRPORT, CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF AND WORLD CLASS FISHING! THE HOME ON IT'S OWN . . .
MLS# 167072 - LAKE HOME | 4 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHROOMS
NEIGHBORHOOD! NEIGHBORHOOD! THIS TASTEFULLY UPDATED 3-4 BR, 3 BA HOME HAS BEAUTIFUL WATER VIEWS AND IS IDEALLY LOCATED. MAIN LEVEL FEATURES A GORGEOUS KITCHEN W/GRANITE . . .
MLS# 163876 - LAKE HOME | 4 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHROOMS
CONSTRUCTED BY HARTMANN CONSTRUCTION, ONE OF THE AREAS MOST RESPECTED BUILDERS, THIS LIKE NEW CONTEMPORARY CHALET HOME IS LOCATED ON THE PELICAN RIVER WITH 460 FEET OF . . .
MLS# 164724 - LAKE HOME | 3 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHROOMS
GREEN BASS LAKE
THIS SPACIOUS 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME IS LOCATED ON 10 ACRES OF WOODED PRIVACY ON GREEN BASS LAKE WITH 68 ACRES OF QUIET NO WAKE WATER. THE KITCHEN HAS CHERRY CABINETS, . . .
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In the heart of the Wisconsin North Woods, tucked between beautiful lakes such as Bass Lake, Crescent Lake, Boom Lake, Moen Lake and George Lake, one will encounter the charming, welcoming community of Rhinelander, Wisconsin. Two and a half hours northwest of Green Bay, Rhinelander is a beautiful community in the heart of the Wisconsin North Woods. Scenic, welcoming and downright charming, Rhinelander is an ideal spot to take a vacation from the ordinary.
Rhinelander is the county seat of Oneida County. With a population between 7,000 and 8,000, Rhinelander is large enough to offer entertainment, dining and shopping venues, but not so large that it will overwhelm visitors with its size or population. While the population tends to grow in the summer with the influx of seasonal visitors, Rhinelander is truly a four-season vacation destination, perfect for a family getaway unlike anything you have ever before experienced.
Many who visit Rhinelander, Wisconsin find themselves longing to return year after year to this extraordinary region. Some are even fortunate enough to find the perfect real estate investment opportunity here in the North Woods. Rhinelander is a great spot to raise your family. It's also a great place to retire for those looking for beautiful, cost-effective locations in the Midwest. While some choose to reside here on a year-round basis, others find that it is useful to use their vacation property as a rental during time periods they are unable to use it themselves. This helps the property generate a little income for those who utilize it as a second, vacation residence. Real estate here ranges from rustic vacation cabins to luxury condominiums, perfect for retirees looking for low-maintenance, reasonable cost of living options. We all know that the housing market took a hit the past few years, but it is rebounding. Investing in commercial property, apartment complexes or campgrounds can be a great way to generate income and build a sizeable nest egg for yourself and your family.
Known affectionately as the Heart of Hodag Country, Rhinelander certainly possesses its fair share of folklore. What is a hodag, you ask? A hodag is defined as a "mysterious woodland creature that makes its home in the Rhinelander area." Legend has it that the first person to see a hodag was Eugene Shepard, a timber cruiser, real estate investor and local character, who in 1893, reported seeing an extremely large, green lizard-like creature covered with white horns and large fangs. Mr. Shepard even went so far as to engineer a hodag like creature to display at county fairs and other events. Although the hodag was eventually proven to be an elaborate hoax designed to attract visitors to the Rhinelander area, hodag folklore continues to be an integral part of the legend here in Rhinelander. Many locals continue to attribute the loss of golf balls and the loss of record size fish to the work of this mysterious creature of legend. In and around the Rhinelander area, folks can observe statues or even purchase stuffed toys depicting this mythical creature. An integral part of the legend of Rhinelander, hodag watching is a great way to keep your kids occupied in the forests and on the lakes of the Rhinelander area!
Rhinelander is also referred to as the 'Capital of the Heart O' the Lakes.' Rhinelander was originally referred to as Pelican Rapids by the early European settlers that immigrated to the area. Around 1870, men by the names of Anderson Brown and Anson Vaughn travelled north on the Wisconsin River in search of timber. When they came upon the convergence of the Wisconsin and Pelican Rivers, they quickly realized they had discovered an excellent spot for a mill town. Ultimately, the land was obtained from the federal government and the town of Rhinelander was established, named after Frederic W. Rhineland, the president of the Milwaukee, Lake Shore and Western Railroad. This was likely an attempt to encourage the railroad to establish a line to the new town, something that was eventually achieved in the early 1880's.
Explore the area on horseback from the Holiday Farms. Hope on the Wilderness Queen and take a boat ride down the scenic Wisconsin River. Take your kids to the Kovac Planetarium or the Northwoods Children's Museum. Stroll through an authentic 1870's logging camp at the Pioneer Park Historical Complex. Check out the Oneida County Fair in the summer. Browse the local produce and products at the Farmer's Markets held throughout the warmer months of summer and autumn. Or, simply plan a day to enjoy the beauty of the wilderness around you. Rhinelander is truly a spot to get away from it all. Immerse yourself in nature without sacrificing easy access to family amusements and events. Take a look at the extraordinary region of Rhinelander, Wisconsin when planning your next getaway vacation!
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