Cottage for sale sold Wanipigow Lake East


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Located at Wanipigow Lake East.

This fully-insulated 916-square-foot bungalow cottage on a large lake-front lot is located in a cottager's paradise, just over two hours north-east of Winnipeg. It offers three bedrooms, a three-piece bathroom, low-E/argon-filled windows, 25-year shingles and an entire interior finished in rustic pine.

The open-plan living room and eat-in kitchen offer antique white cabinets, a double stainless-steel sink and a wall mounted air-conditioner. Laminate flooring extends throughout the bedrooms which all have built-in closets. The living room has a vaulted ceiling and patio door opening to a sunroom. The front deck has a post-card view of the lake at the end of the property.

The cottage is heated by a wood stove and offers a holding tank and pump system for rainwater, a septic tank, and a battery bank and inverter for use with a generator.

This pristine and quiet lake is ideal for nature lovers, hunters and fishermen as well as snowmobile or ATV enthusiasts.

The cottage is located 15 kilometres from the town of Bissett, which offers groceries and basic amenities. Cell phone and internet services are available in the area.

Two and a half hour drive north-east of Winnipeg.

15 km to town of Bissett, groceries and gas station.

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Exclusions : furniture and household furnishings.

Lot size : 86'/128' x 244'
Type of heat : Wood Stove
Apprx. Taxes/Year : See Vendor
Apprx. Heating/Month : See Vendor
Exterior Siding : Vinyl Siding
Cooling : Wall-Unit Air-Conditioner
Fireplace : Wood Stove
Parking : Gravel Driveway
Water/River Front : On Wanipigow Lake

Eat-in Kitchen: 12'2" x 11'8"
Living Room: 15' x 18'2" - jog
Bedroom 1 (Master): 12' x 9'8"
Bedroom 2: 8'6" x 7'11"
Bedroom 3: 8'6" x 7'11"
Sun Room: 9'8" x 8'8"

  • Number of bedrooms : 3
  • Number of bathrooms : 1
  • Living space area (basement excl) : 916 ft² (85.10 m²)
  • Year of construction : 2008

Other details :

  • External facing :
    • Vinyl Siding
  • Equipment/Services Included :
    • Fireplace
  • Lot description :
    • Waterfront

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  1. 1. Investigate Mortgage Options

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  2. 2. Get a Lawyer

    It's important to hire a lawyer who specializes in real estate. You could find yourself in a bidding war for the home you want, and it doesn't hurt to have a lawyer look over any offer to purchase before you submit it. A real estate lawyer will also conduct a title search and check for outstanding taxes and liens on the property.

  3. 3. Make the Offer

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  4. 4. Home Inspection or New Home Warranty

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  5. 5. Finalizing the Deal

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  6. 6. Moving Preparations

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  7. 7. Closing Day

    This is the day you legally get possession of the house. Your lawyer completes the paperwork (so the home is in your name), payments are finalized and you receive the deed and the keys. Congratulations on your new home!

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