East Troy House Rental Photos and Description
8 Bedrooms, 4 Full & 2 Half Baths On 26 Acre Private Lake
6500 square foot house perched on a hill overlooking spring-fed private 26 Acre Wood Lake in the middle of 1000+ acre private land. Beach, boat house with screened-in porch and sun deck, sail boats, kayaks, fishing boats, pier, tennis court and baseball field all in the center of hundreds of acres of hiking trails and nature adventures. Horse stables available adjacent to the property. The nationally acclaimed Elegant Farmer is just down the street, Lake Beulah is across the way, Alpine Valley is 8 miles away and Lake Geneva is 25 minutes away.
Please note NEW for 2013: all carpets, all beds and bedding, all new interior painting.
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
Thank you for sharing your beautiful home with us. We had an amazing week that we will always remember.
We are the First, Second, Third and Fourth generation of a large, Chicago based family. Deep Family roots pull us from all over the US and Ireland to Lakewood Farms in Mukwonago, Wisconsin.
We have grown up, worked on and enjoyed Lakewood Farm for 75 years. Only 1 1/4 hours from O'Hare International Airport, it is as much a part of our DNA as our heritage. The farm offers a unique, private destination for family adventure, family milestones and family reunions.
At any given time of the day, we sit at the top of the hill and will see family members swimming across the lake, a sailboat heeling in the wind, kayakers catching turtles in Turtle Heaven, row boats with fishing poles casting and catching, kids romping on the 'lily pad' off the pier, and sunbathers enjoying the beach. The 'Big House' features a great room with eight picture windows overlooking the lake, kitchen with eat-in breakfast room, dining room, game room, mud/laundry room. 2 bedrooms, 1 full bath and two half baths are on the first floor. 6 bedrooms and 3 baths are on the second floor. Most of our memories are made outside where children can hike to roller-coaster or caterpillar hills, or back to the Mukwonago River or the sand pit or to the little barns or through the fields and trails...picking berries, catching toads, collecting wild flowers and taking pictures of our favorite Lakewood spots.