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Free 8 x 14 Ice house

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FREE 8x14 ice house located on Millelacs, you haul.

It's well built and has been serving as a cabin on shore but needs a new home now. It sleeps 4 w/ 2 sets of bunks, 4 windows, attic storage space and is well insulated. The wooden skids underneath rotted so this house hasn't seen ice for the last 5 years, but new skids could be easily made.

With a little TLC I think this house has many more years ice fishing in it and the price is right so if you have a trailer and a place to store it give me a shout.

elihill_2000 at yahoo

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I am interested in the house. How heavy is it? Would it fit on a 2 place snowmobile trailer?

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where on mille lacs is it?? I know a few people that would be interested as well!!

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put me on the list also..

bonehead@yahoo dot com

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Hi all-I'll try to answer your questions. The house is located on our lot at the end of mazominee point on cove bay, it belongs to a freind of mine and hasn't been getting used so I'm posting this for him. It's very heavy built like a small house w/ a shingled roof and regular stud wall construction. Not sure of the weight but prolly 2-3,000 lbs? It's tucked back in the woods in soft soil so you'd probably need a 4x4 and a heavy duty trailer capable of hauling several thousand pounds like a car or heavy equipment trailer. It's on cement blocks so you can get under it but it'll definetly take a few guys to load and prolly a come along, hi-lift jack and some pry bars. I live in Grand Marais so it would be a long ride down there so serious inquiries only. Drop me an email at the addy listed above and I can try to arrange something.

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The house has been spoken for pending some final details.

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