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Prime large waterfront lot on Oneida Lake with 200 feet of sand frontage, spectacular views, and 7.15 acres. Property has been in the same family for approximately 75 years. Exceptional building site well suited for a walkout basement. Oneida Lake is a fabulous full rec lake offering great fishing, water sports, and even a friendly bar/restaurant on the lake. This high quality parcel offers an element of privacy that many desire but few find. Throw your boots in the car and come walk this beauty to see what could be. *Adjacent lots also available to enhance an already secluded setting.

Address: Lot 3 BELTZ DR
State: WI
City: Harshaw
County: Oneida
Zip Code: 54529
MLS#: 180631
MLS Area: ON Woodboro

Price History

Date Price Event Change MLS#:
8/20/2019 $179,900 List Price 180631

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  • Road:Private Road

Community Details

  • Restrictions:Lake Front,Sloped/Moderate,Wooded Area,Private Setting,Waterfront on Bay,56
  • Misc:ONEIDA

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  • Rental Income:$0
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Property Information Last Updated: 9/13/2019 7:59:59 PM
Listing Courtesy of Re/Max Property Pros


This information is provided on behalf of the members of the Greater Northwoods Multiple Listing Service and is believed to reliable but should not relied upon without verification. The Greater Northwoods MLS and RE/MAX Property Pros assumes no responsibility for its accuracy. Not intend to solicit already listed properties. Lake information was provided by Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources. State of Michigan Lake information has been provide courtesy of the Michigan DNR, Institute for Fisheries Research, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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