$100K price reduction on Lake Kegonsa home!

Posted by Jolenta Averill on Tuesday, September 21st, 2010 at 12:55pm.

view of Lake Kegonsa from the dock of 2006 Barber DriveSeller says SELL! Remodeled 4 bedroom, 3 bath home with 67' feet of pristine sandy-bottom lake frontage on beautiful Lake Kegonsa has been reduced a whopping $100K. This roomy lake home located a mere 20 minute drive from Madison was originally priced at $534,900 and is now value range priced at $434,900-$484,900.

Revel in unparalleled, unobstructed views from two different levels of this character-filled home on gorgeous Lake Kegonsa. Enjoy sandy, shallow, smooth water - great for waterskiing & fishing - on Lake Kegonsa, known for being unusually quiet given its location at the end of the chain of lakes. Features include huge eat-in kitchen, breakfast bar, 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, spacious family room with wood-burning stove, and walk-out lower level. Nice fenced-in front yard, large deck, dock, and more included. Live the dream! Come home to Lake Kegonsa and start experiencing lake living today!

For property photos, listing details, aerial maps, and more, please visit 2006 Barber Drive in the Town of Dunn. To schedule a private showing of this home, please contact Lake & City Homes Realty broker | owner Jolenta Averill at (563) BUY-SOLD.

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Jolenta Averill, Principal
Lake & City Homes Realty
(563) BUY-SOLD

1 Response to "$100K price reduction on Lake Kegonsa home!"

Chicago Luxury Homes wrote: It's nice to live near the shore. You can spend time with your children go fishing.

Posted on Friday, October 1st, 2010 at 11:44am.

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