About Michigan

Michigan

Michigan is in the upper Midwest and the heart of the Great Lakes region. It has many attractions, famous landmarks, and scenic state and national parks and forests. In addition to the “great ones”, it has about 12,000 inland lakes, 38 deep-water ports, more miles of coastline than any state but Alaska, and more lighthouses than any other U.S. state. Its agriculture features tourist-friendly fare such as cherries, blueberries, peaches, apples, and wine. And its cities include a major metropolis, some university towns, and countless rustic villages. The state is geographically unique, being comprised of two major peninsulas, and it can be further divided into five distinct areas. They are the Upper Peninsula, (known to Michiganders as "The U.P."), Northern Michigan (Big Rapids and Northwards), Western Michigan (along the sandy coast of Lake Michigan), Central Michigan or "Mid-Michigan" and the Southeast or "Downstate".

The Lower Peninsula has the majority of the population (primarily in the south), while the Upper Peninsula, separated by Lake Michigan and a bit of Lake Huron, is mostly rural. Until 1957, the only way to drive from one to the other was to go all the way around Lake Michigan, or take your car onto a ferry. Michigan's economy was previously dominated by the auto industry, but has diversified somewhat as that and other traditional manufacturing industries have moved their facilities elsewhere, and it's beginning to attract more information technology, life sciences, and high-tech manufacturing jobs. Tourism is a growing segment of the economy, focusing in winter on activities in the snow, and in summer on the State's extensive beaches, lakes, and rivers. Hunting, fishing, and sailing are also popular outdoor activities

 
$1,200,000
700' of Private Arbutus Lake Frontage!

Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan


Amazing lodge style home on Arbutus Lake! Your private, secluded paradise awaits you at this ultra rare property just a short drive outside of Traverse City. In addition to the main house, there are 3 additional sleeping cabins (comfortably sleeps an additional 7 adults) + separate shower house w/ a 3rd bath & outdoor shower, & laundry/workshop. The incomparable setting of "Camp Loch Loon" boasts stunning panoramic lake views, sprawling professionally designed landscaping, + 700' of private frontage. This custom gem boasts handcrafted log timber frame, wood floors & ceilings, massive beams, + floor-to-ceiling windows framing superb lake views creating a feeling of sumptuous comfort & warmth. The home's great room with wood F/P & gas starter, dreamy chef's kitchen, covered outdoor porch w/ built-in gas grill, and water-facing deck bring families & friends together for fun, entertainment, meals and socializing. Those who enjoy a little more quiet time at night will appreciate retiring to the screened in sleep-porch or one of the delightful guest cabins, each with its own distinct charm & unique personality for quiet time, reading, relaxing, and the best night's sleep you can imagine. Spend hours lounging in the sun on the dock, boating, kayaking, fishing (with all of your supplies tucked in the handy storage shed at the top of the lake stairs), or barbecuing on the deck while taking in the sights & sounds of the beautiful water at this private lake. The property is like your own personal resort which is set off the main road down a long, private driveway where you will appreciate the lush natural landscaping paired w/ established perennial gardens & towering mature trees that have thankfully been left intact to maintain the integrity of this enchanting location. For those wanting to experience an authentic northern Michigan lakefront w/ modern conveniences, this is truly the home to enjoy.

Mark Hagan , Coldwell Banker Schmidt

4.50 ACRES
3 BEDROOMS
2 BATHROOMS
2403 SQ FT
 
$699,900
184' of Private Log Lake Frontage!

Kalkaska, Kalkaska County, Michigan


Beautifully maintained waterfront home on Log Lake. Situated on a quiet, no-wake lake, this property comprised of 3 combined lots w/ 184' of private frontage is the perfect Up-North retreat or year round residence. Nature lover's will appreciate viewing water & wildlife from almost every room in the house. Fishing, sunbathing, kayaking, BBQing, or just sitting on the balcony with a good book, you will love spending time at home. Inside has an impressive features list including: hardwood floors; oak baseboards; solid 8' oak doors; Marvin wood windows w/ motorized shutters; F/P on main & lower level; cathedral ceilings; maple kitchen cabinets; granite countertops & backsplash; jetted tub, his & hers vanities w/ marble tops, and comfort-high toilet in master bath;Finished lower level w/ full kitchen; and natural gas generator. The neighborhood is quiet & off-the beaten path yet just minutes from all amenities. In addition to an attached 2-car garage, there is also a detached garage/workshop for water toys, art studio, or office space. Northern Michigan lake living is the best kind of living!

Mark Hagan , Coldwell Banker Schmidt

1.00 ACRES
3 BEDROOMS
3.5 BATHROOMS
4134 SQ FT
 
$99,800
Hunt Fish 40 Acres Naubinway 1115944

Naubinway, Mackinac County, Michigan


SECLUDED MICHIGAN HUNT-FISH CABIN ON 40-ACRES WITH BARK CREEK FRONTAGE FOR SALE! The 40-Acre wooded parcel is located in Garfield Township, in Mackinac County - in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The name “Mackinac” is a derivative of the Native American word “Michilimackinac”. The traditional interpretation is “Land of the Great Turtle” referring to the shape of Mackinac Island. Mackinac County is located in the southeastern portion of the Upper Peninsula and serves as “the gateway to the UP”. It has 298 miles of Great Lakes shoreline on it's boundaries - Lake Michigan on the west, Straits of Mackinac in the center, and Lake Huron on the east. The property offered for sale about 7 miles north-east of Naubinway, which is the northernmost community on the Lake Michigan shoreline and the largest commercial fishing port on the Great Lakes in the Upper Peninsula. (The Indian name Naubinway means Places of Echoes.) Commercial fishing operations play a significant part in the area's history, but today fishing is primarily recreational. There are 347 miles of rivers and streams in the county. The property being offered for sale has Bark Creek, a tributary of the the Black River meandering through its south-eastern corner. This creek, along with The East Branch, the Borgstrom Creek, Peters Creek, and the Silver Creek all join to form the main branch which flows southward into Lake Michigan about five miles east of Naubinway. In total the Black River is about 11 miles long. Much of it travels trough the Lake Superior State Forest. You can fish on your own property for steelhead that come upstream and spawn under the bridge, or head to Lake Michigan to fish for King Salmon! Besides fishing, there are outdoor recreational opportunities to enjoy in every direction from the property. There is access to thousands of acres of the Black River State Forest from the western edge of the property . Hunting, trapping, and wildlife photo-graphy are popular here. Whitetail deer, Black bear and Grouse hunting on the property is assisted by Food Plots, 4 Ground Blinds, and 1 Tower Blind. Other wildlife species also found in the area include bobcat, coyote, wolf, and a few moose, and small animals such as rabbits, raccoons, mink, otter, beaver, skunk, muskrat, and fox. Mushrooming and Blueberry Berry Picking has alwasy been popular here, and Bird Watching as a hobby is growing every year. Parts of the The Hiawatha Hiking Trail and the PullUp Lake Multi-Use State Trail for ATV-ing, snowmobiling, hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing is nearby. Access to Snowmobile Trail 473 is minutes away! The Hiawatha Sportsman's Club Golf Course of Naubinway public Golf Course and Pro Shop -- and is only 1.5 miles away. Members and guests can enjoy their beautiful 9 hole golf course. A Casino, Marinas, Private commercial campgrounds, National Forest Campground State Forest Campgrounds, and a Township Camp ground are a short drive away... and it is less than an hour drive from the Mackinaw Bridge. The exterior of this quaint cabin has a 5 x16 covered front porch, wood and aluminum siding, and a steel roof. An open Living-Kitchen-Dining area, a Bedroom, and 3/4 Bath are on the First Level. On the Second Level are two Bedrooms. Outbuildings include a Utility Shed. The property offered for sale is heavily wooded and private. If you are seeking a very private, riverfront get-a-way be sure to schedule your private tour today!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

40.00 ACRES
3 BEDROOMS
1 BATHROOMS
834 SQ FT
 
$218,000
13150 Apache Ln, Bete Gris, 1115850

Bete Grise, Keweenaw County, Michigan


MICHIGAN HOME/CABIN ON LAKE SUPERIOR - WITH ACREAGE FOR SALE! This Michigan 1,632+ Square Foot Home/Cabin has 210+/- Feet of Lake Superior Shore-line, and 19+/- Acres of Wooded Land - that is located in Grant Township, in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. This Township lies along Lake Superior along the eastern side of the Keweenaw Peninsula tip, which juts far out into pristine Lake Superior. The cabin is located on a shoreline indentation known as Bete Grise Bay. (Bete Grise is French for "Grey Beast") The Bay is a designated "Harbor of Refuge" by the US Coast Guard - which affords mariners shelter from the often turbulent waters of Lake Superior. From this location you have access to some of the most scenic natural and historic areas of the State that provide activities to enjoy during every season of the year. Nearby is the The Bete Grise Preserve, a 1500 acres of diverse wetland types, including shoreline stretching for 2 miles along Lake Superior. This protected designated nature area lies between Point Isabelle along the Gay-Lac La Belle Road to Bete Grise. The Northern half of the beach is easily accessible by paved road. The Southern half of the beach, Bete Grise South, is most easily reached by boat and is part of a designated wildlife refuge. The Beach is bisected by the Mendota boat channel. The historic Mendota Light House is restored (and is privately owned) on Bete Gris South. Just west of Bete Grise is LacLabelle. Lac La Belle is French for "The Beautiful Lake", the name given to both the lake and the small unincorporated community which has an active tourist industry. The 1,100 acre, 39 foot deep lake is connected to Lake Superior by the Mendota Ship Canal, a wide man-made channel out to the "Big Lake". Fishing is fantastic in Lac La Belle, for Smallmouth Bass, Crappie, Northern Pike, Walleye, Musky and Perch, or you can take the short trip through the channel to Lake Superior for Salmon, Steelhead, Brown Trout, Lake Trout. From Lac La Belle you can head to Mt. Bohemia Ski Hill, which offers 900 feet of vertical snowboarding, and “extreme” skiing on trails that are almost all triple black diamonds. The resort gets between 250 and 300 inches of snow a year and is serviced by two chairlifts. Being developed by the same owners, Voodoo Mountain has four peaks, for skiing and Snowcat Skiing experience without having to fly out west. If you take the highway northward about 15 miles, you will find Copper Harbor, Copper Harbor's IMBA "Silver Level Ride Center" ATV Biking and Hiking Trails that feature trails suitable for riders of all abilities, Brockway Mountain, Mount Houghton, Bare Bluff Sanctuary, Montreal Falls, and the Keweenaw Mountain Lodge Golf Course. If you leave Copper Harbor you can travel down the western side of the Keweenaw Peninsula to Agate Harbor, Eagle Harbor, Great Sand Bay, and Eagle River. South of the property, along the eastern side of the Keweenaw Peninsula are miles of sand dunes, and many picturesque spots. The area around the property has dense forests and small mountains with rugged terrain. Nature lovers: there is lots of wildlife in the area with sightings of bald eagles, sandhill cranes, hawk, raptor, geese, ducks, and deer very common. Outside of the Dwelling, is carpeted with Forget-Me-Nots, other Wildflowers, Thimbleberry and Blueberry bushes, over which tower large white and red pines, and hardwoods. If you are seeking a sweet Lake Home or Get-A-Way Cabin contact us today!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

19.00 ACRES
3 BEDROOMS
- BATHROOMS
1632 SQ FT
 
$122,268
Majestic Garden Peninsula Lot 5 - 111803

Garden, Delta County, Michigan


LAKE MICHIGAN WATERFRONT PROPERTY FOR SALE! Lot 5 is located on the beautiful Garden Peninsula in Michigan's Upper Peninsula - A finger of land reaching down into Lake Michigan toward Wisconsin’s Door County Peninsula. The 20-Acre wooded parcel has 424 +/- Feet of western facing Big Bay De Noc Bay lake frontage! Located just south of Valentine Point, Valentines Creek, known for catches of smelt runs south of the property. The water is very gradually deepening off of this property, so it’s a great place to swim, or perhaps launch your kayak or canoe. Further off the shore, in the deeper waters of the Big Bay De Noc you can fish for Salmon, Trout, Walleye, and Pike. The area is known for good hunting and there is a system of trails through the property - Big Deer with Big Racks! South of this property, just across the highway, is "walk-in" access for hunting and trapping in thousands of acres of Lake Superior State Forest Lands. Also, because many smaller birds won't cross bodies of water if they cannot see land on the other side, the chain of islands extending from Michigan's Garden Peninsula to Wisconsin's Door Peninsula, allows birds to work their way south down the Peninsula, then "island hop" to Wisconsin - making this a paradise for viewing the birds migrating up the peninsula in the spring, and down in the fall! Lake Michigan is one of the five Great Lakes of North America and the only one located entirely within the United States. It is shared by Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. It is the second-largest of the Great Lakes by volume and the third-largest by surface area, after Lake Superior and Lake Huron. It has a surface area of 22,400 square miles and is the fifth-largest lake in the world! It is 307 miles long by 118 miles wide with a shoreline 1,640 miles long. The lake's average depth is 279 feet, while its greatest depth is 923 feet. Lake Michigan and Big Bay De Noc's ninety some thousand acres of water, offer a fisherman's dream come true. Add to this an aggressive fish management program and you have some of the best fishing in the USA. Green Bay in the northwest is its largest bay. Grand Traverse Bay in its northeast is another large bay. Big Bay De Noc is where walleye are caught near Kate's Bay and out to the "Boot". Smallmouth bass draw anglers to Ogontz, South River, the "Sand Pit", Tylene's Bay, Kate's Bay and Garden Bay. Go to Fairport for salmon. Many rivers and streams flow into Lake Michigan, and the major tributaries are the Fox-Wolf, the Grand and the Kalamazoo. The word "Michigan" originally referred to the lake itself, and is believed to come from the Ojibwa word Mishi Gami meaning "great water". This property has year round access, and power has been brought in underground to the building site near the shoreline. If you are seeking a great water front property be sure to check this one out! (Additional Adjacent or Nearby Land Also Offered For Sale: MLS#s 1115793, 1115794 and 1115795)

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

20.00 ACRES
- BEDROOMS
- BATHROOMS
- SQ FT
 
$49,900
Majestic Garden Peninsula Lot 1 - 1115795

Garden, Delta County, Michigan


LAKE MICHIGAN WATERFRONT PROPERTY FOR SALE! Lot 1 is located on the beautiful Garden Peninsula in Michigan's Upper Peninsula - A finger of land reaching down into Lake Michigan toward Wisconsin’s Door County Peninsula. The 2.99 +/- Acre wooded parcel has 242+/- Feet of western facing Big Bay De Noc Bay lake frontage! Located just south of Valentine Point, Valentines Creek, known for catches of smelt runs is located east of the property. The water is very gradually deepening off of this property, so it’s a great place to swim, or perhaps launch your kayak or canoe. Further off the shore, in the deeper waters of the Big Bay De Noc you can fish for Salmon, Trout, Walleye, and Pike. The area is known for good hunting - Big Deer with Big Racks! Immediately to the south, just across the highway, is "walk-in" access for hunting and trapping in thousands of acres of Lake Superior State Forest Lands. Also, because many smaller birds won't cross bodies of water if they cannot see land on the other side, the chain of islands extending from Michigan's Garden Peninsula to Wisconsin's Door Peninsula, allows birds to work their way south down the Peninsula, then "island hop" to Wisconsin - making this a paradise for viewing the birds migrating up the peninsula in the spring, and down in the fall! Lake Michigan is one of the five Great Lakes of North America and the only one located entirely within the United States. It is shared by Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. It is the second-largest of the Great Lakes by volume and the third-largest by surface area, after Lake Superior and Lake Huron. It has a surface area of 22,400 square miles and is the fifth-largest lake in the world! It is 307 miles long by 118 miles wide with a shoreline 1,640 miles long. The lake's average depth is 279 feet, while its greatest depth is 923 feet. Lake Michigan and Big Bay De Noc's ninety some thousand acres of water, offer a fisherman's dream come true. Add to this an aggressive fish management program and you have some of the best fishing in the USA. Green Bay in the northwest is its largest bay. Grand Traverse Bay in its northeast is another large bay. Big Bay De Noc is where walleye are caught near Kate's Bay and out to the "Boot". Smallmouth bass draw anglers to Ogontz, South River, the "Sand Pit", Tylene's Bay, Kate's Bay and Garden Bay. Go to Fairport for salmon. Many rivers and streams flow into Lake Michigan, and the major tributaries are the Fox-Wolf, the Grand and the Kalamazoo. The word "Michigan" originally referred to the lake itself, and is believed to come from the Ojibwa word Mishi Gami meaning "great water". This property has year round access, and has power available along the road side. If you are seeking a great water front property be sure to check this one out! (Additional Adjacent or Nearby Land Also Offered For Sale: MLS#s 1115793, 1115794, 1115803)

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

2.99 ACRES
- BEDROOMS
- BATHROOMS
- SQ FT
 
$49,800
Majestic Garden Peninsula Lot 2, on Lake Michigan, MLS# 1115794

Garden, Delta County, Michigan


LAKE MICHIGAN WATERFRONT PROPERTY FOR SALE! Lot 2 is located on the beautiful Garden Peninsula in Michigan's Upper Peninsula - A finger of land reaching down into Lake Michigan toward Wisconsin’s Door County Peninsula. The 3.97 +/- Acre wooded parcel has 295+/- Feet of western facing Big Bay De Noc Bay lake frontage! Located just south of Valentine Point, Valentines Creek, known for catches of smelt runs is located east of the property. The water is very gradually deepening off of this property, so it’s a great place to swim, or perhaps launch your kayak or canoe. Further off the shore, in the deeper waters of the Big Bay De Noc you can fish for Salmon, Trout, Walleye, and Pike. The area is known for good hunting - Big Deer with Big Racks! Immediately to the south, just across the highway, is "walk-in" access for hunting and trapping in thousands of acres of Lake Superior State Forest Lands. Also, because many smaller birds won't cross bodies of water if they cannot see land on the other side, the chain of islands extending from Michigan's Garden Peninsula to Wisconsin's Door Peninsula, allows birds to work their way south down the Peninsula, then "island hop" to Wisconsin - making this a paradise for viewing the birds migrating up the peninsula in the spring, and down in the fall! Lake Michigan is one of the five Great Lakes of North America and the only one located entirely within the United States. It is shared by Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. It is the second-largest of the Great Lakes by volume and the third-largest by surface area, after Lake Superior and Lake Huron. It has a surface area of 22,400 square miles and is the fifth-largest lake in the world! It is 307 miles long by 118 miles wide with a shoreline 1,640 miles long. The lake's average depth is 279 feet, while its greatest depth is 923 feet. Lake Michigan and Big Bay De Noc's ninety some thousand acres of water, offer a fisherman's dream come true. Add to this an aggressive fish management program and you have some of the best fishing in the USA. Green Bay in the northwest is its largest bay. Grand Traverse Bay in its northeast is another large bay. Big Bay De Noc is where walleye are caught near Kate's Bay and out to the "Boot". Smallmouth bass draw anglers to Ogontz, South River, the "Sand Pit", Tylene's Bay, Kate's Bay and Garden Bay. Go to Fairport for salmon. Many rivers and streams flow into Lake Michigan, and the major tributaries are the Fox-Wolf, the Grand and the Kalamazoo. The word "Michigan" originally referred to the lake itself, and is believed to come from the Ojibwa word Mishi Gami meaning "great water". This property has year round access, and has power available along the road side. If you are seeking a great water front property be sure to check this one out! (Additional Adjacent or Nearby Land Also Offered For Sale: MLS#s 1115793, 1115795, 1115803)

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

3.97 ACRES
- BEDROOMS
- BATHROOMS
- SQ FT
 
$199,900
Majestic Garden Peninsula Lots 1, 2, 3 - 1115793

Garden, Delta County, Michigan


LAKE MICHIGAN WATERFRONT PROPERTY FOR SALE! Lots 1-2-3 is located on the beautiful Garden Peninsula in Michigan's Upper Peninsula - A finger of land reaching down into Lake Michigan toward Wisconsin’s Door County Peninsula. The 26.96 +/- Acre wooded parcel has 863 +/- Feet of western facing Big Bay De Noc Bay lake frontage! Located just south of Valentine Point, Valentines Creek, known for catches of smelt runs north-westerly through the property. The water is very gradually deepening off of this property, so it’s a great place to swim, or perhaps launch your kayak or canoe. Further off the shore, in the deeper waters of the Big Bay De Noc you can fish for Salmon, Trout, Walleye, and Pike. The area is known for good hunting and there is a system of trails through the property - Big Deer with Big Racks! Immediately to the south, just across the highway, is "walk-in" access for hunting and trapping in thousands of acres of Lake Superior State Forest Lands. Also, because many smaller birds won't cross bodies of water if they cannot see land on the other side, the chain of islands extending from Michigan's Garden Peninsula to Wisconsin's Door Peninsula, allows birds to work their way south down the Peninsula, then "island hop" to Wisconsin - making this a paradise for viewing the birds migrating up the peninsula in the spring, and down in the fall! Lake Michigan is one of the five Great Lakes of North America and the only one located entirely within the United States. It is shared by Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. It is the second-largest of the Great Lakes by volume and the third-largest by surface area, after Lake Superior and Lake Huron. It has a surface area of 22,400 square miles and is the fifth-largest lake in the world! It is 307 miles long by 118 miles wide with a shoreline 1,640 miles long. The lake's average depth is 279 feet, while its greatest depth is 923 feet. Lake Michigan and Big Bay De Noc's ninety some thousand acres of water, offer a fisherman's dream come true. Add to this an aggressive fish management program and you have some of the best fishing in the USA. Green Bay in the northwest is its largest bay. Grand Traverse Bay in its northeast is another large bay. Big Bay De Noc is where walleye are caught near Kate's Bay and out to the "Boot". Smallmouth bass draw anglers to Ogontz, South River, the "Sand Pit", Tylene's Bay, Kate's Bay and Garden Bay. Go to Fairport for salmon. Many rivers and streams flow into Lake Michigan, and the major tributaries are the Fox-Wolf, the Grand and the Kalamazoo. The word "Michigan" originally referred to the lake itself, and is believed to come from the Ojibwa word Mishi Gami meaning "great water". This property has year round access, and has power available along the road side. If you are seeking a great water front property be sure to check this one out! (Additional Adjacent or Nearby Land Also Offered For Sale: MLS#s 1115794, 1115795, 1115803)

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

26.96 ACRES
- BEDROOMS
- BATHROOMS
- SQ FT
 
$174,800
27622 Fence Lake Rd, Michigamme, Secluded Shores, 1115716

Michigamme, Baraga County, Michigan


PRIVATE MICHIGAN LAKE LOT FOR SALE! This wooded 7.81-Acre parcel that has 699 feet of water frontage on Fence Lake! This lake is a private (no public access), spring fed lake that is located in south-eastern Baraga County in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, and is one of the most pristine lakes in Michigan! The lake is 310 acres in size, has about 4.5 miles of shoreline, and has 50-foot depths. It has numerous coves and bays, and four islands which are owned in common by the property owners. In addition to the many springs that produce the lakes water, some water enters from the northern end of the lake, passes through the water body, and exits into the Fence River, which flows southward for many miles, and enters the Michigamme Reservoir. Fence Lake was a regular destination of Teddy Roosevelt for its crystal clear 50 foot deep waters, and the woodland solitude. The lake is a spectacular fishery, with Rainbow and Brown trout, Yellow perch, Bluegill, and trophy-sized Smallmouth bass. Black bear, Moose, Whitetail deer, Loons, Eagles, Grouse, and Woodcock, and other woodland wildlife frequent the area. This parcel has frontage on a large bay located at the southern end of the lake, and has beautiful views toward the river outlet, and lake. The bay waters in front of this parcel provide some of the best fishing on the lake! This bay on Fence Lake warms up nicely, and the water deepens gradually for wading and swimming. A trail leads to a shoreline dock were you can easily launch your canoes or kayaks. There is a nice driveway through beautiful pines, maple and birch that bring you to a cleared grassy building site, with power hook-up already in place. The property has an area approved by the W.U.P.D.H.D. for well and septic installation - so it is ready to build your upscale seasonal or year round home! Environmentally sensitive Covenants and Deed Restriction, and a Homes Owners Association are in place to protect property values - - The lake is protected with covenants, limits on boat motor size, prohibition on jet skis, and specific "quiet hours". Lot 30 (Fire Number 27622) is one of only 46 parcels on the lake - this limited number was designed to ensure minimal human impact on the environment. This parcel is less than an hour's drive from Marquette, and there is good flight service from the Sawyer International Airport to major US Cities. For Woodland Solitude Check Out the Secluded Shores of Fence Lake! This property could truly offer an "Up North" experience for All Ages, during all Seasons!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

7.81 ACRES
- BEDROOMS
- BATHROOMS
- SQ FT
 
$548,000
Low Places Oasis, 80 Acres, Private Lake, 1115675

Negaunee, Marquette County, Michigan


SECLUDED MICHIGAN LOG CABIN AND PRIVATE LAKE FOR SALE - "Low Places Oasis" is located in north-central Marquette County. This cabin overlooks a private lake which occupies a depression in the bedrock created by glacial erosion, and is part of the Clark Creek. The 80-acre wooded parcel is perfect for solitary recreation, in the highlands north of the Mulligan Plains (about three miles east of the Mulligan Creek Trail). Part of the allure of this great, secluded location is getting there - you reach the cabin after traversing the flat, sandy plains forested with jack pine, then you turn northward, west of the forested cliffs. You climb into higher ground, through stands of red pine-white pine, and northern hardwood forests, until you reach the cabin site. There you will find rare comforts - A fully equipped Log Cabin with an outstanding view of the lake. This lake is 3-5' deep, and supports brook trout. Moose are frequent visitors to this lake, providing many photo opportunities. The Rocking Chair Lakes Natural Area, a "Moose Haven", is two-miles away! The open-concept living, dining, kitchen area features teak flooring, hickory cabinetry, quality Lp Gas appliances (Large capacity propane refrigerator added in 2018), a free-standing wood stove, and an outstanding view of the lake. Two bedrooms and full bath complete the First Floor, and the Upper Area has a sleeping area for four, and a closet. When you're not outside enjoying hiking, wildlife and wildflower viewing, you can "plug in" and enjoy satellite communication for your TV, Computer, and Security System. The cabin has an Lp electrical generator with battery storage and solar panel booster. A 24 x 32 Garage with Living Quarters was added to the property in 2017. It has a wrap around walk-way the leads to a 12 x 12 open deck that overlooks the river below. The Above the Garage, Annex living space, consists of a 12 x 18 Living Room, an 11x14 Bedroom with a double bed, and a 12 x 23 Bunk Room with 4 beds. This suite is heated with a decorative free-standing Lp gas fireplace. Cedar-sided exterior buildings include a 10 x 16 Sauna with plumbed hot water and a full bath, a Building with houses the wood burning stove system, and a 12 x 16 Generator-Storage building.

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

80.00 ACRES
3 BEDROOMS
1 BATHROOMS
1225 SQ FT

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