This home overlooking Roy Lake, Minnesota, rests in beautiful native maple woods. Out buildings include a boat house that matches the color of the home, and tool shed. Next door is the Nee Gun knee luthern church, quaintly positioned amongst the maple trees. Across the street from the church is the only store on the lake where one can buy gas and groceries. Either the church or the store is a short walking distance a mere couple hundred feet.
Roy Lake is a quiet lake known only to the locals for its pike, walleye, and crappie fishing. During the Winter, fish houses will rise on the ice when it becomes 6inches thick like a little village springing up over night, and then the crappie rush is on.
Angling season opens in May of each year, and the month of June is truly "northern pikes" month on this lake, where limits are caught in a matter of a hour or two.
Here are some photos taken this fall that show the view of the lake from the house. We also have a 200 x 450ft lake view lot for sale. 8 other lots that have very limited view of the lake are also available for sale.
The main part of the home is 48 ft long and 28 feet wide. A full walk out basement is under the main level. 3 bedrooms are on the main level, and 2 on the bottom level. In addition a two car garage 24 wide x 28 deep is attached as shown in the photos, with a concrete top over it, where one walks out from the main level of the home onto, for barbecuing or just relaxation. This could easily be converted into a 4 season room with fire place, as chimmey is already there.