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Bayfield, Wisconsin Vacation Rentals & Real Estate

We specialize in vacation home rentals and real estate in the Bayfield, Washburn, Ashland, Iron River, Drummond, Cornucopia, Herbster & Port Wing areas of beautiful Northern Wisconsin. Bayfield, Wisconsin is home for us and we welcome the opportunity to share this charming region along the south shore of Lake Superior with you!

Vacation Home Rentals

DSC_0363Our Bayfield, Wisconsin area vacation home rentals are ideally located so you can easily enjoy your favorite outdoor activities…paddling, fishing, biking, snowmobiling, skiing, hiking, golfing, bird watching or simply relaxing under the blue skies of the Bayfield Peninsula! From stunning views of Lake Superior and Chequamegon Bay to peaceful vacation retreats in the forest to convenient lodging near fine dining and great shopping, we have a special vacation rental for you!

Bayfield, Wisconsin Real Estate

therese-houseTherese House and her husband discovered the Chequamegon Bay Area in 1988.  They loved the area so much they purchased property outside of Washburn, WI and built a cabin. This became their getaway for 13 years from their hectic lives in the Twin Cities.  In the year 2000 Therese and her husband Al made the decision to move to their place up north and raise their son in Washburn. Following in her family footsteps, she is now a licensed Realtor and recently joined McKinney Realty, Cable Wisconsin.  She is the third generation of her family to be a real estate licensee.

Northern Wisconsin and the surrounding Chequemegon Bay area is an absolutely beautiful place to live with a vibrant community of arts, theater, restaurants, fishing, boating, skiing, hiking and enjoying the wonderful people that live here.  This is home!!! Contact Therese today for help buying or selling your Bayfield, Wisconsin property.

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In 1856 they built the first Apostle light to guide ships safely on their way through the islands in the night. In 1929, the light moved to a tower with greater height, so ships further from Michigan Island could have it in their sight. Though automated now, the light's still shining bright. Flashing every six seconds with a color that is white. Now it's August 25, a very special day. It's the National Park Service's 100th birthday. Here at Apostle Islands we are saying hip-hooray And celebrating the event in a very special way, Opening up a new exhibit...a dazzling display, Telling the story of the first light guiding ships to Chequamegon Bay. So let's celebrate the parks every day not just today, And go out to see the exhibit at Michigan Island without delay. (nh)

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