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Rent Your Own Private Island For An Unforgettable Experience

The rich and famous aren’t the only ones who can rent a private island. Turns out, the option is available to us as well. That’s right; you can rent a private island – complete with a chalet home – in Wisconsin. Take a look:

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Need a break from it all? Well, look no further than Lake Winter, which is where you’ll find this private island retreat.

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Perfectly secluded, the 5-acre island is mostly undeveloped and about a 10-minute boat ride from the mainland.

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But serene surroundings and privacy aren’t all you’ll find on the island. There’s also a beautiful chalet home.

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Spanning 2,000 square feet, the house can accommodate up to 16 people, making it perfect for large families and groups of friends.

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This gorgeous island home features a spacious living room and full kitchen.

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There are four bedrooms in total, each as cozy and comfy as the next.

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And since the house is equipped with amenities, like WiFi, central air, and satellite TV, you’re sure to feel right at home during your stay.

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With lots of windows, you’ll be afforded exceptional views – indoors and out.

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Of course, there are plenty of ways to soak up the surroundings outside. In addition to a roomy porch…

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…there’s a large deck with a giant flat top grill.

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The amenities aren’t limited to the indoors, though. Lake Winter is famous for excellent fishing. Of course, you could always just catch up on some R&R.

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Being located on an island, a boat is required to get to the house (obviously). If you don’t have your own, you can rent a 20’ pontoon boat for an additional $150 per day or $700 per week.

For more information, check out the listing on VRBO. You can also call VRBO for booking assistance at (888) 640-7927. When calling, reference property #109747.

Address: Winter, WI, 54896

The average price is just $395 per night!

2 Comments

  1. How beautiful!!! How far out are you booked up??

    • Hi Kelli, I’m just a journalist, I’m not the booking agency and the property is not mine. With that said I’m not completely sure how far they are booked. There is a link in the article I wrote, if you click on that it has some booking info. Thanks for following our page.

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