February 8, 2003
And speaking of fixer-uppers.
Lake Vermilion has a large population of older seasonal cabins. A typical cabin would be built on a log, stone, or concrete foundation and offer an uninsulated “crawl space” as access to the underside of the structure. Construction is typically 2×4 dimension lumber with wall and ceiling insulation optional. Depending on location, basic electrical wiring and indoor plumbing systems are a bonus. The cabin shown here is certainly a candidate for a renovation project. It is an original log structure with stone fireplace located on an attractive island lot.
Please email me if you would like additional information on this or other “fixer-upper” properties.