Lake Superior Lighthouse-Themed Retreat by TEA2 Architects Reduced to $1.75M (PHOTOS)

Lake Superior Lighthouse-Themed Retreat by TEA2 Architects Reduced to $1.75M

$1,750,000 | Built 2000 | 2,175 Sq. Ft. | 2 Beds | 2 Baths | 26 Acres
35780 Blue Wing Bay Road, Bayfield, Wisconsin, United States, 54814
A long private drive through a pine forest leads to this one-of-a-kind lighthouse-themed retreat on 26 acres with 400-feet of Lake Superior shoreline. Designed by TEA2 Architects and built in 2000, this unique residence in Bayfield, Wisconsin has been reduced to $1.75 million after listing in October for $2 million. Homeowner Jerry Johnson commissioned architect Dan Nepp of TEA2 Architects and builder Greg Carrier of Carrier Construction to bring his vision to life. According to Star Tribune, “The front door was reclaimed from a ship, while the trim wood inside is old-growth Douglas fir reclaimed from the bleachers of Minneapolis’ former Roosevelt High School. The teak-topped bar in the kitchen evokes the deck of a boat, while the blue-tiled fireplace in the living room was inspired by Superior’s waters. There’s even a stained-glass window, made by a local artisan, that shows a map of the Apostle Islands.” Johnson also commissioned Nepp to design a boat barn with living quarters & workshop and had two additional structures, a sauna and Viking hut, imported from Norway and reassembled on the property. The property is on the market for $1.75 million with Victor Sacco of Edina Realty.