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

 
$99,000
Lot 31 Beautiful Fence Lake 1126840

Republic, Baraga County, Michigan


MICHIGAN WATERFRONT PARCEL ON INLAND LAKE FOR SALE - This 6.39 Acre parcel has 346 feet of frontage on beautiful 310-Acre Fence Lake, which is located in south-eastern Baraga County. Teddy Roosevelt was so inspired by the area in and around Fence Lake that he made it a regular destination point; seeking solitude among the towering white pines and angling in its bountiful waters. The spring-fed lake has crystal clear water and depths, over 50-feet in places, that support Rainbow and Brown trout, Yellow perch and trophy sized Smallmouth bass. A river flows into the lake in the north-east, and the water exits the lake into Fence River which is located on the south-west side of the lake. There is over 22,000 feet of shoreline to troll along, and this parcel is located on a wonderful bay which has some of the warmest swimming water on the lake. Four islands are owned in common by the property owners. Studies have shown that this lake is one of the most pristine lakes in Michigan. It has had minimal human impact over the years. There is no public access, and only 46 parcels were created on this lake. Only about ten homes have been built on the lake to date. Wildlife includes moose, wolves, bear, deer, loons, eagles, and numerous woodland birds. The road to the lake is maintained year round and there is a private, electronically controlled gate at the main entrance to the development. (Covenants and Deed Restrictions in place to protect the environment and property values - A copy is available upon request.)

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

6.39 ACRES
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$89,900
Fisherman's Paradise 1126805

Iron Mountain, Dickinson County, Michigan


Carney Lake in Dickenson County. 8.1 Acres. 1600 +/- feet water frontage. Beautiful site for building. Scenery is gorgeous. Adjoins 1000's of acres of state land. A must see. Good road to property thru state land. Hunting And Fishing. A Rare Find. Survey on file at Listing Office. Small Fishing Shanty on property.

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

8.01 ACRES
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$885,890
Magnificent waterfront home.. 114 bay frontage!!

Harrison charter Township, Macomb County, Michigan


117 ft on the bay!!! Short term Land Contract w/ 250k Dn. Custom in every way!! High end finishes thru-out. Gourmet kitchen featuring sub zero refrigerator and cooling drawers. Coffee bar boasting a built in Miele coffee maker. Twin dishwashers for the fantastic entertaining you will do in the truly one of a kind home. Awesome chill room w/ wetbar w/Scotsman icemaker w/doorwall leading to 1200 sq ft brick paver patio w/awning overlooking the bay( Southern exposure) Boatwells feature power stations w/water. 2 story great room with fantastic views,Exquisite master suite featuring fireplace, sauna, en suite bath w/ steam shower and stand alone pedestal tub. custom walk in closets. Junior suite w/on suite bath and walk in closet. 2 downstairs guest bedrooms. Awesome laundry room/ w custom cabinetry overlooking the bay. 3 car ( 784 sq ft.) heated garage w/ epoxy floor, custom cabinets and counters. Circle driveway and extra slab for parking all your toys. Must see

RusSELL Glide , Remax Eclipse

0.35 ACRES
4 BEDROOMS
3.5 BATHROOMS
4500 SQ FT
 
$1,399,000
32490 N River Rd, Harrison Twp 48045

Harrison Township, Macomb County, Michigan


Immaculate!! custom built all brick Lake front property. Custom kitchen with granite countertop with large island and built in appliances. Formal dining room for your formal dinners. Open Great Room with 2-way fireplace which opens to a bonus room, great for entertaining with a built in hot tub that has never been used! with spectacular views of the lake! Large master bedroom with full master bath with jacuzzi tub & fireplace with its personal deck that overseas the lake. Just Beauty at its best. 5 bedrooms & 4 and half baths , which includes a, mother in law suite with its own full bath. Home has 4 boat wells and a over large garage can easily fit 5 cars. Home has to many amenities to name. This is the home you have been waiting for so don't wait any longer and make this your dream home.

vasil naumovski , VM real estate

0.30 ACRES
5 BEDROOMS
4.5 BATHROOMS
5600 SQ FT
 
$590,000
Beautiful Home on Lake Superior!

Big Bay, Marquette County, Michigan


Experience life on the big lake in this amazing 3 Bed, 2.5 Bath home nestled on more than a half acre and boasting 138 feet of beautiful sand and rock Lake Superior frontage, less than a mile from the gorgeous and historic Big Bay Lighthouse! Home is on municipality maintained, year round road, so live the lake life all year! Or use as your summer/holiday home! This would also make an amazing vacation rental by owner! Use as investment and rent it when you are not enjoying it yourself! There are so many updates that have been made... just move right in! You'll enjoy the amazing views of the lake in almost every room! Take in the beautiful sunsets or watch storms coming in! A photographer’s dream! On the main floor you’ll find a beautiful sunroom addition with propane fireplace and views that are to die for in this sun drenched room. This addition also offers a large mud area just inside the front door with double closets! From the sunroom, you'll enter the open concept dining/kitchen area. The kitchen has been updated with granite, custom cabinets, high end appliances and boasts a huge walk in pantry, pull out shelves, and small appliance garages with interior outlets. A chef's dream kitchen! Off the dining area is the huge Trex deck, an amazing spot for outdoor dining and entertaining, with the sound of the waves lapping against the shore and a nice breeze coming off the lake, you're sure to love this wonderful outdoor living space. The dining area is also open to the living room, a large space with it's own wall of lake view windows. Tongue and groove walls in much of the home really warm the space and give this home that cozy UP North feel. Also on the main level is the amazing master suite addition with unbelievable views of the lake, huge walk in closet and dedicated master bath with low threshold custom tile shower and jetted tub with waterfall feature! Rounding out the main level is the convenient main bath and the third bedroom which can also be used as a very nice office or den. Did I mention that every room is wired for sound! Enjoy your favorite music everywhere! Upstairs you'll find the huge second bedroom with it's own dedicated half bath and a Juliet balcony with views of the lake! The unfinished lower level affords plenty of storage space and the mechanicals. The home is equipped with high efficiency furnace, central air, and automatic backup generator. The detached garage is 44x28! Enough room for four cars and workshop! Plenty of room for all the toys! There is also an outdoor wood fired sauna! And guess what... that's wired for sound too!!! The Big Bay Point Lighthouse is just down the road and the small town of Big Bay, about 30 miles from Marquette, has a lot to offer to tourists, campers, fishermen and hunters. It is known for its history; Henry Ford along time resident, the Huron Mountain Club, filming of Anatomy of a Murder, and the absolute beauty of the Huron Mountain Range. Come live life at your Superior beach house!

Jennifer Cosco , Select Realty, Inc.

0.66 ACRES
3 BEDROOMS
2.5 BATHROOMS
2820 SQ FT
 
$88,800
Silver River Gem 1126760

L'Anse, Baraga County, Michigan


MICHIGAN RIVERFRONT PARCEL FOR SALE! This 3.26+/- ACRE property has approximately 500+/- feet of frontage on the shore of the Silver River in north eastern Baraga County's Arvon Township. The Silver is a 24.9 mile long, Type 4 fishing stream. It rises from the outflow of Fisher Lake in the high country east of Herman. It provides excellent 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 as it exits into Lake Superior's Huron Bay.You can fish for large Steelheads and Walleye off the shore, or launch your canoe, kayak, or fishing boat for a cruise into the bay. 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 sea kayaking, and provide great habitat for lake trout.! State of Michigan land is located across the river, and there are many sightings of Bald eagle, Blue heron, Loons, Ducks, Geese, Osprey, other waterfowl, and moose along the shoreline! Whitetail deer visit the property, and there are thousands of acres of Corporate CFA Land for hunting, trapping and additional fishing just minutes away! A 26-Mile designated Bike Route can be accessed just down the road, for summer cycling. There are over 150 miles of designated ORV/ATV Trails in Baraga County and once the bay freezes there is access from the shoreline to miles of nearby snowmobile trails! Power and phone is available at the road side, and there is a driveway and building site (with point well) already located on the property. If you seek a waterfront property that is only minutes from Village amenities, contact us for a Private Tour today!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

3.26 ACRES
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$45,900
Torch Bay Treasue 1126703

Torch Lake Township, Houghton County, Michigan


1.05 +/- ACRE PARCEL WITH 265+/- FEET OF PORTAGE LAKE FRONTAGE FOR SALE! This waterfront parcel is located on Torch Bay, on the Keweenaw Peninsula, which juts out into Lake Superior from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The property is located on the south-eastern side of a kidney-shaped peninsula accessible through the village of Dollar Bay. Portage and Torch lakes wrap around it, defining its boundaries. This land mass is covered in new growth maple and birch forest, with some larger pines scattered through the area. To the north is the 2,700 Acre, 6-Mile long, 125-Foot deep Torch Lake. Torch Bay wraps around the eastern side of the peninsula, and connects Torch Lake with Portage Lake. Portage Lake has a surface area of 9,640 Acres, and a maximum depth of 50-Feet. Portage is connected to the portage built by the army corps of engineers to create a short cut for marine traffic between Lake Superior on the western side of the Keweenaw Peninsula, to the Lake Superior Keweenaw Bay on its eastern side. This 22-mile waterway was completed in 1874 and allowed expansion of copper mining through shipping. Today The Portage-Torch Lake Chain, (also known as the Keweenaw Waterway) system of lakes and channels of just over 13,200 acres and still provides for shipping, and ever growing tourism opportunities! Anglers reel in 37 different species including walleye, pike, perch, bass (large and smallmouth), four kinds of suckers, eight kinds of minnows, two kinds of bullhead, two kinds of whitefish, two kinds of lamprey, brown, brook, and rainbow trout, Coho salmon, rock bass, sunfish, bluegill, crappie, burbot, carp, smelt, alewife, ruffe, and lake sturgeon. Sightings of sail boats, canoes, kayaks, and other water craft are common in the summer, and in the winter this system provides some excellent snowmobiling. The shoreline of this bay is lined by the quaint unincorporated settlements of Dreamland, Point Mills and Senter - and in some areas the wooded hills along this bay soar as high as 200 feet in height. These little towns are full of history! By the 1880s French-Canadian lumberjacks were working the native forests of the peninsula from a small settlement (Montreal) east of present-day Dollar Bay. The area became linked to the region’s mining industry at the turn of the century when two mining companies established stamp mills on Grosse Pointe, on Torch Bay, at the southwestern-most area of the peninsula. Ore was shipped to both mills via a spur line of a railroad. An overland road provided access to a hillside site called Point Mills. Here dwellings were provided for workers and families. This village grew to contain several stores, two saloons, a hotel, livery, post office, and a school. Today the unincorporated village of Point Mills has approximately a dozen homes. Southeast of the village, the Arcadian and Centennial Mill encompasses a vast area. It began operation in 1899 and shut down in 1920. At one time the Copper Range Railroad provided service into the area, and provided access to the small industrial village of Senter. The Atlas Powder Company opened a company there in 1910, where explosives were created and stored. The tracks were removed and many company buildings were demolished in 1960. Five houses now exist on Senter Location Road, the only road in the village. Today Senter Road leads to new shoreline recreational properties built in the post-World War II period in a subdivision along East and North Grosse Pointe Shores. The property that is being offered for sale is part of a surveyed lot located in this subdivision, and has 193+/- Feet of Frontage on Portage Lake. The property is fully wooded with Spruce and Cedar trees, and has very gradual slope to the shoreline. There is power and telephone available at the road side. If you are seeking a waterfront parcel in a very historic area contact us for a Private Tour today!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

1.05 ACRES
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$79,000
Beautiful 120 Acres Wooded 1126583

Skandia, Marquette County, Michigan


Perfect for hunting season! This 120 acres is listed at a great price and will not be available for very long! Acreage has legal access!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

0.00 ACRES
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$419,900
Lakeside Beauty on Michigamme 1126564

Michigamme, Marquette County, Michigan


Michigan Waterfront Home/Cabin For Sale. This beautiful property has 282+/- Feet of frontage on the southern shore of Lake Michigamme, which is located in west-central Marquette County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The 8.60 Acre Surveyed parcel is covered with “mixed forest” - Aspen, Balsam, Birch, Hemlock, Spruce and Maple There is a slope to a shoreline area were you can launch your boats and swim. Just across the water is a view of the Historic Village of Michigamme, which locals and tourists love to visit. Lake Michigamme's name is derived from a Native American language word meaning "large lake". It is one of the largest lakes in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, covering 4,360 acres, has 95 miles of shoreline. The lake is speckled with 27 picturesque islands, lots of wind-swept bays, points, narrows, and rock beds to boat around. Boating, sailing, jet-skiing, swimming, and water skiing are popular on Lake Michigamme, and it is a U.P. "Fishing Destination" - known for fishing of Muskie's, Northern Pike, Perch, Smallmouth bass, rock bass, Walleyes and Whitefish. Massive mineral outcroppings around the lake attract hikers and rock hounds. Hunting and snowmobiling (Snowmobile Trail No 8) are minutes away.

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

8.60 ACRES
2 BEDROOMS
2 BATHROOMS
1410 SQ FT
 
$215,000
228 Acre Wooded w / Many Building Sites 1126522

Amasa, Iron County, Michigan


WOW 228 Acre Block in Iron County. Frontage on Swan Rd. Many building sites. Two ponds, Duck Hunting, Younger Creek goes through ponds. Can be planted with Trout. Property is in CFR Program. If new owners build, they will have to de-list some acreage. Seller to convey - NO Splits

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

228.00 ACRES
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