The Gardener's Cottage is believed to have been built in early ''Elegant Eighties'' to house the Gardener for Fair Field, a mansion built in Lake Geneva in 1883 by Buckingham Sturges. Buckingham's brother Shelton had just built Maple Lawn Lodge a few years earlier. The remains of Fair Field may still be seen on the highest prominence of the Sturwood Subdivision. The mansion sat high on 65 acres w/hundreds of feet of Lake Frontage. The Gardener's Cottage is a perfect example of 19th Century Cottage style charm & all the demands of today's needs. The Cottage is poised on a full, lush 1 acre parcel w/majestic hardwoods on the western edge of the city of Lake Geneva. Lake views. Main floor: hardwood & tile floors, Master BR, & 2 BAs. Second floor is a loft w/2 rooms serving as bedrooms.
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