$139,000
Lake Superior Year Round Paradise

L'Anse, Baraga County, Michigan


MICHIGAN WATERFRONT HOME/CABIN FOR SALE! The property is located on the mouth of the Silver River, where it enters the Huron Bay of Lake Superior – in Arvon Township, in north eastern Baraga County! It is a Year-Round Natures Paradise - Fresh water from the Silver River (A Type 4 Fishing Stream) passes by this home on its journey into Lake Superior and provides all year fishing, and a place to launch your canoe or kayak right off the front yard! The Silver is a 24.9 mile long, and rises from the outflow of Fisher Lake in the high country east of Herman. Upper areas of the river provide excellent stream fishing and has many scenic falls. The Lower Silver Falls are located just a few miles away. The river in front of this parcel begins to widen out into Lake Superior's Huron Bay, a very popular fishing and recreational spot. Anglers troll for Walleye, Perch, Steelhead, and Smallmouth bass on the Bay. Once the bay freezes there is Ice-fishing available, and there is access from the homes frozen shoreline to miles of snowmobile trails! The Huron Bay is 12 miles long and narrow so its waters are significantly more protected than those of the open lake - its protected waters are wonderful for a canoe, kayak, or fishing boat cruise into the bay which will bring you to the Big Waters of Lake Superior. Lake Superior has over 2,980 miles of shoreline, and is the largest fresh water lake in the world. Anglers do well here on the outer bay with good catches of Lake trout and Coaster browns, and Spring and Fall catches of Salmon. Minutes away are marinas where there is unlimited opportunity for access to all season watersports on The Big Lake. Less than a mile from this property is access to thousands of acres of Corporate CFA Land, so if stream fishing, trapping, or hunting is your pleasure, you won't have to travel far to enjoy these sports. You can sit in the Living Room, Office, or Waterside Deck and watch American bald eagles, Blue Heron, Loons, Osprey, other shore birds, as they frequently visit the bay waters and fly over the State of Michigan Land across the bay from this home. Moose have been seen wading in front of this home, and White tail deer visit the property.

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

0.50 ACRES
2 BEDROOMS
1 BATHROOMS
972 SQ FT
 
$399,900
Little Sodus Bay Waterfront Home

Sterling, Cayuga County, New York


Welcome to this 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath year round cottage on Little Sodus Bay. Just renovated kitchen with new countertops and sink. New Flooring thru out. New bath in lower level. Freshly painted and new 200 amp electrical service. Waterfront has full bulkhead with floating dock that is not affected by high or low water conditions. New Siding and exterior drainage system. Concrete Pad at waterfront area for storage building and water and electric at waterfront area. Located in Meadow Cove/Turtle Cove which shelter the dock from adverse Lake weather conditions. 4 Car parking area and 78 Feet of waterfront.

Ruth Harding , Coldwell Banker Prime Properties

0.28 ACRES
3 BEDROOMS
2 BATHROOMS
929 SQ FT
 
$690,500
Chipola River Waterfront Wilderness Retreat. Unique compound with 23.20 acres

Blountstown, Calhoun County, Florida


Waterfront Wilderness Retreat. Unique compound with 23.20 acres on Florida's spring-fed Chipola River. Take your Virtual Tour on all 3 homes see MLS 696647, MLS 701983 , MLS 701988 (3) 1-bedroom houses, each with its own kitchen and bath plus storage house, office/flex space and freestanding 2 car garage. 5 new roofs! Interiors are a mosiac of rare woods with sweeping views through large plate glass windows. Built and owned by a single family and never on the market before. Make friends with owls and egrets, otters and deer. Put in your canoe or kayak in the front yard or fish from deck. Listen to the wind in the cypress as a chorus of frogs sing you to sleep. This property could be preserved as a family compound or developed as a wilderness sports retreat.

Debbie Roney Smith , American Gold Realty

23.20 ACRES
3 BEDROOMS
3 BATHROOMS
1760 SQ FT
 
$740,000
Waterfront on your own private Springfed Lake surrounded by 56 Acres

Altha, Calhoun County, Florida


Waterfront with your own private springfed 5 acre Lake on 56 acres which is a combination of pasture land & woods with another springhead which flows into your own creek with mini waterfalls. Enjoy the views of the lake from your screened porch which adds more living space for the outdoor enthusiast or launch your boat and fish all day. Lake is stocked with brim & bass. 3 Pastures provide plenty of room for your cows and horses. Love being outside? Maintenance on the inside is minimal. Open floor concept, tile flooring throughout, split bedroom floor plan. Two of the bedrooms have sliding glass doors into the screen porch. The rest of the house has beautiful views of your outside world. Your can hike, hunt, plant and ride around on your own private property. Located on a paved rd. RV hookup at the pole barn, Water to Pasture, 2 Wells. Springfed lake 18-20 ft deep stocked with brim, bass and soft shell turtles. Security lights, under ground utilities, gutters. Sellers have 8 additional acres for sale. See MLS 714012 - 2 acres, MLS 714011 - 3.01 acres, MLS 714013 - 3 acres

Debbie Roney Smith , American Gold Realty

56.00 ACRES
3 BEDROOMS
2 BATHROOMS
1580 SQ FT
 
$100,000
80 + / - Acres With River Frontage

Hermansville, Menominee County, Michigan


80-ACRE MICHIGAN WOODED RECREATIONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE! This tract is located in Meyer Township in northwestern Menominee County, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan! It can be found just a mile north of the main east-west US-2 Corridor which runs along the southern edge of the Upper Peninsula. Immediately to the south is the unincorporated village of Cunard, named after a lumber company foreman who in the late 1800s sold cut-over lands to Swedish farmers. Just a mile to the east, a thriving company town named Hermansville was founded in 1878 because of the abundant native cedar and pine growing in the area. A saw and shingle mill prospered there and over 200 Company-owned dwellings were built around it for employees and their families. By the end of World War II the village's homes were all privately owned, and the Village continues to serve as the Township seat. There are year-round outdoor activities available on the property, and in every direction from the property being offered for sale! The parcel is enrolled in the Michigan Commercial Forest Act Plan, and thousands of acres of adjoining lands are also enrolled in this program, that allow you hunt, trap, and fish in season. But you may never have to leave the property offered for sale, because the topography is ideal for consistent tracking of its Whitetail. Deer travel along the woods trail, between different types of terrain - woodlands and some lower wet lands along the Little Cedar River which traverses the property. Some low ridges that overlook small dips also provide deer with bedding places where they can watch for danger below. Other wildlife species available on the property are waterfowl, black bear, grouse, and turkey. If you enjoy snowmobiling or ATV'ing, Michigan Trail Number 2 is a few miles north of the property. It connects to Trails 16 further to the north, Trail 115 to the west, and to Trail 331 to the east. The Escanaba to Hermansville Rail Trail, follows the former Soo Line Railroad, and offers non-motorized Mountain Biking, Walking, Horse Riding and X-Country Skiing. It is also open to all-terrain vehicle (ATV) riders and snowmobilers. It offers a heavily wooded ride with scenic overlooks from three bridges. You can jump on this trail in nearby Hermansville, and go 25.5 miles to its end near the Upper Peninsula State Fairgrounds in Escanaba. For anglers, Menominee County offers several lakes, the Menominee River which forms the boundary between the northeast corner of Wisconsin and the southern tip of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and miles of Lake Michigan frontage along its eastern border. For a private tour of this great U.P. Northern Get-A-Way contact us today!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

78.00 ACRES
- BEDROOMS
- BATHROOMS
- SQ FT
 
$50,000
40 + / - Acres With River Frontage

Hermansville, Menominee County, Michigan


40-ACRE MICHIGAN WOODED RECREATIONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE! This tract is located in Meyer Township in northwestern Menominee County, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan! It can be found just a mile north of the main east-west US-2 Corridor which runs along the southern edge of the Upper Peninsula. Immediately to the south is the unincorporated village of Cunard, named after a lumber company foreman who in the late 1800s sold cut-over lands to Swedish farmers. Just a mile to the east, a thriving company town named Hermansville was founded in 1878 because of the abundant native cedar and pine growing in the area. A saw and shingle mill prospered there and over 200 Company-owned dwellings were built around it for employees and their families. By the end of World War II the village's homes were all privately owned, and the Village continues to serve as the Township seat. There are year-round outdoor activities available on the property, and in every direction from the property being offered for sale! The parcel is enrolled in the Michigan Commercial Forest Act Plan, and thousands of acres of adjoining lands are also enrolled in this program, that allow you hunt, trap, and fish in season. But you may never have to leave the property offered for sale, because the topography is ideal for consistent tracking of its Whitetail. Deer travel along the woods trail, between different types of terrain - woodlands and some lower wet lands along the Little Cedar River which traverses the property. Some low ridges that overlook small dips also provide deer with bedding places where they can watch for danger below. Other wildlife species available on the property are waterfowl, black bear, grouse, and turkey. If you enjoy snowmobiling or ATV'ing, Michigan Trail Number 2 is a few miles north of the property. It connects to Trails 16 further to the north, Trail 115 to the west, and to Trail 331 to the east. The Escanaba to Hermansville Rail Trail, follows the former Soo Line Railroad, and offers non-motorized Mountain Biking, Walking, Horse Riding and X-Country Skiing. It is also open to all-terrain vehicle (ATV) riders and snowmobilers. It offers a heavily wooded ride with scenic overlooks from three bridges. You can jump on this trail in nearby Hermansville, and go 25.5 miles to its end near the Upper Peninsula State Fairgrounds in Escanaba. For anglers, Menominee County offers several lakes, the Menominee River which forms the boundary between the northeast corner of Wisconsin and the southern tip of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and miles of Lake Michigan frontage along its eastern border. For a private tour of this great U.P. Northern Get-A-Way contact us today!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

40.00 ACRES
- BEDROOMS
- BATHROOMS
- SQ FT
 
$747,000
Bayfront Home with Beautiful Unobstructed Views

Tiki Island, Galveston County, Texas


Bayfront!!!! Beautiful unobstructed views. Sunsets Galore. 4 bedrooms master up. All the fish you can catch. Needs some updates.

Pamela Castello , Comiksey Realty

0.10 ACRES
4 BEDROOMS
2.5 BATHROOMS
2126 SQ FT
 
$1,829,900
Stunning Tiki Island Home with Private Pool

Tiki Island, Galveston County, Texas


Come to your own personal resort, with your own private pool, and plenty of fish to catch from your backyard.

Pamela Castello , Comiksey Realty

0.31 ACRES
3 BEDROOMS
2.5 BATHROOMS
3129 SQ FT
 
$100,000
80 + / - Acres With River Frontage

Hermansville, Menominee County, Michigan


80-ACRE MICHIGAN WOODED RECREATIONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE! This tract is located in Meyer Township in northwestern Menominee County, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan! It can be found just a mile north of the main east-west US-2 Corridor which runs along the southern edge of the Upper Peninsula. Immediately to the south is the unincorporated village of Cunard, named after a lumber company foreman who in the late 1800s sold cut-over lands to Swedish farmers. Just a mile to the east, a thriving company town named Hermansville was founded in 1878 because of the abundant native cedar and pine growing in the area. A saw and shingle mill prospered there and over 200 Company-owned dwellings were built around it for employees and their families. By the end of World War II the village's homes were all privately owned, and the Village continues to serve as the Township seat. There are year-round outdoor activities available on the property, and in every direction from the property being offered for sale! The parcel is enrolled in the Michigan Commercial Forest Act Plan, and thousands of acres of adjoining lands are also enrolled in this program, that allow you hunt, trap, and fish in season. But you may never have to leave the property offered for sale, because the topography is ideal for consistent tracking of its Whitetail. Deer travel along the woods trail, between different types of terrain - woodlands and some lower wet lands along the Little Cedar River which traverses the property. Some low ridges that overlook small dips also provide deer with bedding places where they can watch for danger below. Other wildlife species available on the property are waterfowl, black bear, grouse, and turkey. If you enjoy snowmobiling or ATV'ing, Michigan Trail Number 2 is a few miles north of the property. It connects to Trails 16 further to the north, Trail 115 to the west, and to Trail 331 to the east. The Escanaba to Hermansville Rail Trail, follows the former Soo Line Railroad, and offers non-motorized Mountain Biking, Walking, Horse Riding and X-Country Skiing. It is also open to all-terrain vehicle (ATV) riders and snowmobilers. It offers a heavily wooded ride with scenic overlooks from three bridges. You can jump on this trail in nearby Hermansville, and go 25.5 miles to its end near the Upper Peninsula State Fairgrounds in Escanaba. For anglers, Menominee County offers several lakes, the Menominee River which forms the boundary between the northeast corner of Wisconsin and the southern tip of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and miles of Lake Michigan frontage along its eastern border. For a private tour of this great U.P. Northern Get-A-Way contact us today!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

0.00 ACRES
- BEDROOMS
- BATHROOMS
- SQ FT
 
$50,000
40 + / - Acres With River Frontage

Hermansville, Menominee County, Michigan


40-ACRE MICHIGAN WOODED RECREATIONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE! This tract is located in Meyer Township in northwestern Menominee County, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan! It can be found just a mile north of the main east-west US-2 Corridor which runs along the southern edge of the Upper Peninsula. Immediately to the south is the unincorporated village of Cunard, named after a lumber company foreman who in the late 1800s sold cut-over lands to Swedish farmers. Just a mile to the east, a thriving company town named Hermansville was founded in 1878 because of the abundant native cedar and pine growing in the area. A saw and shingle mill prospered there and over 200 Company-owned dwellings were built around it for employees and their families. By the end of World War II the village's homes were all privately owned, and the Village continues to serve as the Township seat. There are year-round outdoor activities available on the property, and in every direction from the property being offered for sale! The parcel is enrolled in the Michigan Commercial Forest Act Plan, and thousands of acres of adjoining lands are also enrolled in this program, that allow you hunt, trap, and fish in season. But you may never have to leave the property offered for sale, because the topography is ideal for consistent tracking of its Whitetail. Deer travel along the woods trail, between different types of terrain - woodlands and some lower wet lands along the Little Cedar River which traverses the property. Some low ridges that overlook small dips also provide deer with bedding places where they can watch for danger below. Other wildlife species available on the property are waterfowl, black bear, grouse, and turkey. If you enjoy snowmobiling or ATV'ing, Michigan Trail Number 2 is a few miles north of the property. It connects to Trails 16 further to the north, Trail 115 to the west, and to Trail 331 to the east. The Escanaba to Hermansville Rail Trail, follows the former Soo Line Railroad, and offers non-motorized Mountain Biking, Walking, Horse Riding and X-Country Skiing. It is also open to all-terrain vehicle (ATV) riders and snowmobilers. It offers a heavily wooded ride with scenic overlooks from three bridges. You can jump on this trail in nearby Hermansville, and go 25.5 miles to its end near the Upper Peninsula State Fairgrounds in Escanaba. For anglers, Menominee County offers several lakes, the Menominee River which forms the boundary between the northeast corner of Wisconsin and the southern tip of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and miles of Lake Michigan frontage along its eastern border. For a private tour of this great U.P. Northern Get-A-Way contact us today!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

40.00 ACRES
- BEDROOMS
- BATHROOMS
- SQ FT

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