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Indian Point Manor was named after the Indian statue at the SW corner of the property overlooking Catfish Lake. The property was originally built by former Chicago Mayor Edward Kelly in 1932. The mayor and his wife carefully and meticulously planned the property to include such items as a projection room for the theater, a two boat wet boathouse, a great room with 41’ cathedral ceilings and a carriage house above the garage for his security detail.

Current owners Danny & Wendy Dulak purchased the house in October of 2018, with the goal to open it to the public through rentals and utilize the facility themselves.  Indian Point Manor is a massive 9 bedroom house with modern updates and a rich history. Two additional buildings are available on the property's vast 9 acre estate. The grounds include a boat house with an upper level game room, a permanent pier to overlook the lake and a full sized tennis/basketball court. An outdoor fire pit and grilling area are also located next to the main house among the meticulously groomed yard.

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Sleeps 29

More then 7,500 square feet with 2,000 feet of lake frontage.  The Manor can accomidate any size group.



Sleeps 6

Steps from the Main House, this upper level unit sleeps 6 in two bedrooms and has a single bath.  3 season only.



Sleeps 6

This newly renovated house overlooks the Tennis court at Indian Point and is a short walk from the Main House.  The two bedroom, single bath sleeps 6.

"By far the best place we've stayed at in Northern Wisconsin!" 

One of the most famous & historic properties on the Eagle River Chain of Lakes.

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