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

 
$124,800
Lake Roland Vacant Parcel in Twin Lakes. 6590 Crescent Beach Rd. MLS 1103623

Toivola, Houghton County, Michigan


Upper Michigan Inland Lake Waterfront Parcel for sale! This 0.934 Acre parcel has 150 Feet frontage on the western shore of Lake Roland, located in the Twin Lakes area of Elm River Township, in west-central Houghton County. An area loved by locals and tourists, there is something for every outdoor enthusiast! This area is surrounded by Copper Country State Forest and private forest lands, and features Lake Roland and Emily Lake. 292-Acre Lake Roland is about 40 Feet Deep. This lake warms up early in the summer, and is one of the warmest inland lakes in the Upper Peninsula, making it ideal for swimming, water sports, and water skiing. Fishermen have the opportunity to catch 16 different species of fish in this lake. It specializes in Crappie and Bluegill. Walleye, Crappie, Northern Pike, Rock Bass, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Rainbow Trout and an occasional Tiger Muskie are also caught in this lake, and the Michigan DNR defines it as a Designated Trout Lake - a lake in which trout are the predominant game fish. There is a Township-owned hard-surfaced boat ramp on the east shore of the lake. This lake adjoins Lake Gerald by a channel. Lake Gerald is a 255-Acre 40-Foot Deep lake. This lake also offers a decent number of walleyes, crappies, bluegills and rainbow trout. A few miles away is the 9-hole Wyandotte Golf Course which is very beautiful and challenging for the moderate golfer. Across from the Golf Course is Wyandotte Falls on the Misery River, a 24.2 mile long river that flows into Lake Superior. Angled mossy bedrock slabs separate the upper river, and water cascades into a narrow crevasse and spills out of a narrow gap into small pools of water below the falls. These falls are best seen during the Spring melt, or after good rains. A short 1.5 mile nature trail, featuring two scenic overlooks from which Lake Superior can be seen on a clear day, is close by, and is considered an easy trail. Twin Lakes is in the highest snowfall area in the midwest with an average snowfall of 390 inches. The snowfall in this part of the country is perfect for snowmobiling. It isn't measured in inches, it's measured by feet! The area usually receives around 16-20 feet between December and April. Naturally, snowmobiling is a popular sport in the area! The multi-use Bill Nicholls Rail Trail runs along the old Copper Range Railroad and is used year-round for ATVs, Mountain Bikes, and Snowmobiles. From Toivola to the State Park at Twin Lakes, this approximately 8-mile trail passes several small lakes and traverses scenic woodlands. It also connects to snowmobile and ATV trails leading north to Copper Harbor, and west to the Porcupine Mountains. The trail parallels M-26 for seven miles, allowing easy access for trail riders to nearby businesses - Gas, groceries, dining and lodging are nearby. The property being offered for sale is just down the shore from Twin Lakes State Park, a 175 acre campground which is located on the southwest shore of Lake Roland. Its most popular feature is the sandy, warm beach on Lake Roland that is shallow enough for young children. It is open for day use for travelers and area residents. There is a Beach House, Picnic Tables, and a Playground for the kids. The property offered for sale would be a great base camp for exploring the western Upper Peninsula. There are great hunting opportunities in State and CFA lands less than a mile away. Fort Wilkins and the Porcupine Mountain Wilderness State Park are about an hour+ drive to the North and West. It is conveniently located - Houghton and Hancock are about 25+/- miles to the north, Mass City is about 15 miles to the southwest, and Ontonagon is about 33 miles to the southwest. Contact us today for more information about this great waterfront parcel!

Tim Keohane, Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

0.93 ACRES
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$525,000
Stunning Leelanau County home

Cedar, Leelanau County, Michigan


This stunning Leelanau County home has abundant light, tasteful quality woodwork and is updated with all the amenities. The knockout gourmet kitchen contains a vaulted dining area with a wall of windows overlooking the country side and Lake Leelanau. Main floor living includes Brazilian cherry hardwood floors, and a cathedral ceiling family room with a premier Tulikivi masonry heater. Located between the kitchen and the main floor master is a cozy rustic living room which has original restored wood floors and a gas fireplace. The spacious main floor master suite has a stunning view, walk-in closet and luxury bath with heated floor and walk-in shower. Upstairs you will find a mini-master bedroom with private bath and walk-in closet. A Jack and Jill bath joins the other two bedrooms. This retreat is impeccably maintained and is situated on 2.25 acres. Watch the sunrise from your back deck, master bedroom or kitchen. Enjoy gorgeous sunsets from your front covered porch.

Meagan Luce, Century 21 Northland

2.25 ACRES
5 BEDROOMS
3.5 BATHROOMS
2948 SQ FT
 
$68,800
Lake Superior frontage on Huron Bay! Lot 11R Liimatainen Rd., 1084909

L'Anse, Baraga County, Michigan


Lake Superior Waterfront Parcel For Sale - This 3.32-Acre parcel has 336+/- feet of water frontage that is located on the eastern shore of the Point Abbaye Peninsula in northern Baraga County. Lake Superior has the largest surface area of any of the fresh water lakes in the world. The peninsula, which juts out into the lake, creates the narrow bay and tempers the winds, creating a calmer, protected water body. Brook trout streams come into this bay's cool, deep waters. Walleye fishing is good, and Perch, Smallmouth bass and steelhead are also available. Pike are in the bay's southern end, and Spring-Fall Salmon are caught here. Boating, Sailing, and Kayaking are also popular. From the high vantage point this parcel offers, you can see the Huron Island National Wildlife Refuge off to the east. Eight islands provide protected habitat for a wide variety of birds. Take a private boat to Lighthouse Island for day hikes, and view Gulls and Eagles nest on the smaller island's granite outcroppings. If you dive, shipwrecks are in this Preserve! Land Contract Terms Available!

Tim Keohane, Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

3.32 ACRES
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$265,000
Secluded Log Cabin and 40 Acres on Perch Lake! 8470 Woods Rd. Champion, 1103158

Champion, Marquette County, Michigan


Beautiful Upper Michigan Log Cabin on a Private Lake! This 40-Acre wooded property is located on Perch Lake in Humboldt Township, in Marquette County of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Once a bustling iron mining center of over 2,000 residents in the late 1800's and early 1900's, today there are only about 250 residents in the area. The first settlers were English iron miners from Cornwall and French woodsmen from Canada, who took jobs at the new Champion Mine. A wave of immigrants, led by the Scandinavians, Germans, Italians, Irish, and Finns arrived by 1900 and quickly established the nearby Village of Champion as a vital railroad, mining, logging, and farming center. This cabin is located in an area known for Year-Round recreational opportunities. A few miles to the west is Lake Michigamme, the second largest lake in the U.P. With almost 100 miles of shoreline, 27 islands and over 4,300 acres of water, it is a popular fishing and boating destination. Canoes, kayaks, sailboats, fishing boats, pontoon boats, and personal watercraft are a common sight on the lake. This lake is known for walleye, muskie, and northern pike, and the DNR has introduced lake trout, splake, brook trout, and rainbow trout into the lake. Van Riper State Park and Michigamme Shores Campground are on the shores of this lake. The Peshekee river flows into Lake Michigamme, and is a favorite of canoers and kayakers. The Michigamme River, which flows out of lake's south end, is becoming a favorite canoe and kayak destination. Remote Craig Lake State Park is located 15 miles further to the west. Hikers find developed hiking trails in Van Riper State Park, McCormick Wilderness, Craig Lake State Park, as well as the North Country Trail which passes through this area. Check the Western Marquette County Mountain Biking web site for nearby mountain biking trails. As Summer rec sports end, attention turns to hunting. There are frequent Moose sightings, and abundant Whitetail deer, Black bear, Partridge (ruffed grouse), Woodcock, and Rabbits are found in nearby hunting lands. Snowmobiling is a popular winter sport. The main north-south Republic-Champion Multi-Use State Trail No. 5 is part of the access route to this property!! This trail meets up with the main east-west Peshekee-Clowry Multi-Use State Trail. From these trails you can make connections throughout the U.P. There a few Perch Lakes in in Marquette County - this one has no public access, is about 40 Acres in size, and has good fishing for Bass and Panfish. The beautiful 1,320 Square Foot log cabin was built in 2000, and sits on the high southern shore of the lake with a panoramic view. You enter the Cabin Foyer from a 7x32 Covered Front Porch, which wraps around the side of the cabin to another 8x24 Open Porch, which can also be used to access the building's Dining Area. An 11x14 Galley Style Kitchen is complete with an Lp gas refrigerator and 4-Burner stove-oven. The kitchen is open to the 8x11 Dining area and 11x17 Living Room. Sharing the main floor is an 11x13 Bedroom with beautiful views of the lake, and a 6x9 Bath. A log staircase takes you upstairs to a huge open loft made up of two wings that are 12x32 and 12x14 in size. The rooms are heated with a free-standing wood stove and an Lp Gas space heater, electricity is provided by a generator, and there is gas lighting and some battery powered lights. There is a drilled well and septic system. There is a full sized block Walk-out basement for plenty of storage! Outside is a very charming wood-fueled Sauna with 8x8 Changing Room, 8x8 Steam Room, and 8x16 Covered Porch. The grounds surrounding the buildings are well kept and feature six apple trees and one plum tree. The immediate landscape surrounding the lake is diverse and the woodlands consist of upland mixed forest. If you are seeking a modern log cabin in a very private setting you must see this one - Contact us today!

Tim Keohane, Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

40.00 ACRES
2 BEDROOMS
1 BATHROOMS
1320 SQ FT
 
$99,800
Secluded 80 Acre Camp on the Black River! 10300 Black River Rd., Mls# 17 - 966

Naubinway, Mackinac County, Michigan


Secluded Upper Michigan Cabin with a Quarter Mile of Black River Frontage. This 80-Acre wooded parcel is located in Garfield Towsnhip, in Mackinac County - in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. 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 Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and serves as “the gateway to the UP”. The 1,022 square mile county consists of 656,320 acres of land and 42,624 acres of water. Approximately 85 percent of the land area is covered with public and private forest land. It has 298 miles of Great Lakes shoreline on its boundaries - Lake Michigan on the west, Straits of Mackinac in the center, and Lake Huron on the east. There are 347 miles of rivers and streams in the county, 3,781 acres of legislatively protected sand dunes, and several thousand acres of wetlands. The property offered for sale is about 8 miles north-east of Naubinway, 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. The property being offered for sale has the Black River meandering through it. The Black River is about 11 miles long. Much of it travels trough the Lake Superior State Forest. The main branch of the river rises in a marshy area in eastern Garfield Township near Cranberry Lake Bog. (Cranberry Lake is a 250-Acre, 25-Foot deep pake, and is home to Pike, Perch, and Walleye.) The East Branch, the Borgstrom Creek, Peters Creek, Silver Creek and Bark Creek all join to form the main branch which flows southward into Lake Michigan about five miles east of Naubinway. You can fish in your own backyard for trout and perch, or head south to Lake Michigan to enjoy fishing for King Salmon! (You can also purchase fresh caught and smoked fish daily throughout the summer in Naubinway.) On the "Big Lake," Sailboating is becoming a favorite pastime. Besides fishing, there are outdoor recreational opportunities to enjoy in every direction from the property. Close by is the Black River State Forest. Hunting, trapping, and wildlife photography are popular here. Wildlife species typically found in Mackinac County include whitetail deer, black bear, bobcat, coyote, wolf, and a few moose, and small animals such as squirrels, rabbits, chipmunks, raccoons, mink, otter, beaver, skunk, muskrat, and fox. Mushrooming and Blueberry Picking have always been popular here, and Bird Watching as a hobby is growing every year. A variety of bird species are found year-round, and include songbirds, shore and water birds, raptors, and game birds. Herons, blue jays, eagles, sandhill cranes, song birds, loons, owls are a few of the species found here. During spring migration, terrestrial migratory songbirds feed on midges in the nearby marshes. The Hiawatha Sportsman's Club Golf Course of Naubinway has a 9-Hole public Golf Course and Pro Shop. Members and guests can enjoy their beautiful 9 hole golf course. ATV and Snowmobiling Sportspersons can find lots of Trails - Nearby is the Pull Up Lake Trail. Other trails are the Hiawatha Trail and Peters Creek Truck Trail. A Casino, Marinas, Private commercial campgrounds, National Forest Campgrounds, State Forest Campgrounds, and a Township Campground are a short drive away. The property offered for sale is heavily wooded and private, and there are 5 Tree-Stands. The 23X32 Cabin was built in 1982. The exterior is very maintenance free. It features Open Concept Living-Kitchen-Dining-Sleeping Areas. Knotty Pine walls are throughout, and there is a free standing Wood Stove for heat and Lp gas lighting. A generator provides electricity. An outside Pitcher Pump provides non-potable water (It would need to be tested) - Bottled water is brought in for cooking and drinking. A 7x20 Sunroom facing the river provides a place to relax and enjoy the wilderness views. Outbuildings include a wood fired 9x12 Sauna that has a wrap-around deck, 24x25 Pole Barn for lots of storage, a Wood Shed, and a Privy. 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

80.00 ACRES
1 BEDROOMS
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640 SQ FT
 
$98,800
Privacy on Petticoat Lake! TBD Cedar St., Mls# 1103030

Michigamme, Baraga County, Michigan


20.6 acres of waterfront property in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. 690 feet of frontage on Petticoat Lake. This lake is 73.5 acres with a maximum depth of 27 feet. It supports a a population of Northern Pike, Walleye, Small mouth Bass, Sunfish and Perch. A mix of hardwood highlands and wetlands abound with nature. Building site cleared on hill with a view of the lake and wetlands. It is adjacent to thousands of acres of Corporate CFA land - There is public access to these lands for hunting, trapping, and fishing. This is an area known for Black bear, Bobcat, Coyote, Fisher, Hare, Racoon, Ruffed grouse, Moose and Whitetail deer sightings - it is a great hunting area. Trees typical to this area are Balsam Fir, Bigtooth Aspen, Black Cherry, Black Spruce, Eastern Hemlock, Northern white cedar, Paper birch, and White Pine.

Tim Keohane, Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

20.60 ACRES
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$17,700
Views of Petticoat Lake! Lots 50 - 60 - 61 Maple Dr., Three Lakes, MI. Mls# 1097520

Michigamme, Baraga County, Michigan


Upper Michigan Building Lots with view of Petticoat Lake For Sale! They are located in Three Lakes, an area of south-eastern Baraga County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. This property is made up of three Lots (59, 60 and 61), with a combined size of .674 Acres. The property is part of a subdivision created around Petticoat Lake in the 1950s. This is a private lake, with no public access. Petticoat covers over 70-Acres, and is about 25 to 30 feet deep. The irregularly shaped lake has two miles of shoreline with several bays and coves. These contours provide food, shelter, and spawning areas for its Crappie, Northern pike, Yellow Perch, Pumpkinseed sunfish, Rock bass, Smallmouth bass, and Walleye. The water warms up in the summer for some great leisure boating and swimming, and groups of Owners get together on their row boats, paddle boats, and pontoons for hours of sunny afternoon relaxation. The most common boats are pontoons, but kayaks are becoming more and more popular. To protect the serenity of the lake, between the hours of 6:30 p.m. and 10:00 a.m. of the following day, vessels are operated at low speeds, and there is no towing of water skiers, water sledders, or surfboarders. If the fishing action on Petticoat isn't great enough, just a mile north is the chain of lakes, 462-Acre Beaufort Lake, 160-Acre George Lake, and the most northern of the lakes, 192-Acre Ruth Lake. This area's water bodies are surrounded by thousands of acres of Copper County State Forest, and Corporate CFA land, for access to great fishing and hunting opportunities. Wildlife includes moose, wolves, bear, deer, loons and eagles. The Three Lakes area is also known for Snowmobiling - there are Multi-Use State Trails for year-round motor sports, and the North Country Trail for hiking and horseback riding is a few miles away. The main east-west Snowmobile Trail No. 8 is about two miles away. A gas-grocery convenience store, bar-restaurants, and unique shops are nearby in the historic Village of Michigamme. Joining of the Petticoat Lake Association is Voluntary, but there are benefits to becoming a member. The $30 Annual Association Fee is used for Walleye fish stocking, and other lake projects - AND Members are provided access to the association maintained launch site. The lots for sale are on a corner of Maple Drive, a gravel roadway that is located on a point on the south-eastern end of the lake. The property has about 111 feet of road frontage facing north, and 220 feet of frontage facing west, and is heavily wooded with conifers. With some limb trimming, there will be a view of the lake toward the west. The lots have not been developed with a driveway or clearing, so a new Owner's wishes are possible here. There is power and telephone available at the road side, and the roads are County maintained. If you are looking for a spot to develop for your travel trailer/camper, seasonal cabin, or year round home in a popular recreational area, contact us for a private tour today

Tim Keohane, Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

0.67 ACRES
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$1,389,200
Lake Superior Resort in Copper Harbor! King Copper Motel, 447 E Brockway 1103048

Copper Harbor, Keweenaw County, Michigan


Copper Harbor Resort with 240 Ft of Lake Superior Frontage! This 3-Generation, Family Owned business is located adjacent to the Isle Royale Ferry Service dock in historic Copper Harbor. There are three buildings spread over two blocks of land along the Harbor. In addition to the 240 feet of beach where one 13 unit motel sits, another 240 feet of unobstructed view is featured for two more motel buildings providing 20 units. This entire block of land includes a large green space courtyard between the motel buildings and has access to a waterside boardwalk where visitors can sit and watch the boats, birds, and wild life. This Family Owned Business, now in operation by the Third Generation, is one of the most sought after motels in Copper Harbor - a very popular place for Tourists from all over the world to visit! There are still two types of accommodations for guests - Waterfront Rooms and beachfront Annex rooms. All 33 rooms have Lake Superior views. Most rooms come with comfortable queen beds, and a few have plenty of space for a king beds. Guests enjoy two docks jutting into the Harbor. Guests have arrived by speed boat and sailboat, kayaks, and even sea planes. There is a private sand beach for swimming and launching small skiffs with outboard motors, kayaks and canoes. The King Copper Motel is a great starting out point for exploring the scenic Copper Country. To the east of the Village is Fort Wilkins Historic State Park which features a restored 1844 military outpost and one of the first lighthouses on Lake Superior. Visitors can enjoy watching costumed interpreters demonstrate the history of this Keweenaw Peninsula fort. Copper Harbor’s IMBA “Silver Level Ride Center” ATV Biking and Hiking Trails feature a variety of gateway, cross-country, flow and gravity trails suitable for riders of all abilities. The 30 miles of trails are easily accessible from anywhere in town! The Resort is only 15 miles from Mt. Bohemia, which has the highest vertical and deepest powder in the Midwest. The average snowfall in Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula is 273 inches, which provides awesome backcountry skiing! This area has unparalleled natural beauty - rugged rocky bluffs, sandy shores, scenic roadways through vast forested stretches, and a wonderful climate for year-round recreation. Summer biking, hiking, swimming, boating, fishing, ATVing and cyclocross racing are popular. Brilliant Fall Colors attract thousands of tourists annually. Massive amounts of winter snow make this area a mecca for snowmobiling, Down-Hill and Cross-Country skiing, Snowshoeing, and Ice-Fishing! Contact us today for more information about this wonderful business opportunity!

Tim Keohane, Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

1.33 ACRES
33 BEDROOMS
33 BATHROOMS
12633 SQ FT
 
$551,000
Waterfront luxury living

Sanford, Midland County, Michigan


Outstanding contemporary on the lake. This quality built custom home sits on a 1.4 acre lot with 150 feet of shoreline on Sanford Lake. Over 4000 sq ft of living space provides room for large gatherings inside and out. Quality craftsmanship shines through the solid wood custom cabinets and shelving in every room and gleaming hardwood, marble or ceramic heated floors throughout. The multi-level floor plan offers many quiet spaces to find peace and solitude as you commune with nature.

Eugenia Jarema, Century 21 Signature

1.44 ACRES
4 BEDROOMS
3.5 BATHROOMS
4100 SQ FT
 
$259,000
Log Cabin Retreat with 40 Acres on the Huron River in Skanee, Michigan! 1102906

Skanee, Baraga County, Michigan


Upper Michigan Riverfront Log Lodge! This Cabin/Home is located on a 40 Acre Parcel in Arvon Township, in north-eastern Baraga County of Michigan's Upper Peninsula! It has 1,800 feet of frontage on both sides of the West Branch of the Huron River. It is just south of where the West meets the East Branch, to form the Main Huron River. The Huron is a well known Type 4 Fishing River where Brown and Brook Trout and Atlantic salmon are in season from the last Saturday in April until the end of September. The West Branch, on which the property being offered for sale, is gentler and supports fish year round, especially Brook trout. The Main Branch of the river, which flows into Lake Superior, is a top Steelhead destination! There are Huron River waterfalls within a few miles drive of the property - Big Eric Falls located just below the Bridge, Big Eric Falls No. 2 a 100 feet further down river, and No. 3 75-yards further down river. Seven waterfalls are on the East Branch: the East Branch Falls, East Branch Falls No. 2, No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6, and No. 7. Two more are further up this Branch. There is a Historic Fish Stocking Site at the Big Eric Bridge. The old growth forests, mixed terrain of high rocky peaks, rivers, creeks, and ponds in the area provide a home to wildlife. Sightings of Bald eagle, Beaver, Black bear, Bobcat, Coyotes, Grouse, Pine martens, Wolves, and an occasional moose, are a given on this property. Whitetail deer migrate through this area from the Huron Mountains to browse in the old homestead fields and orchards in the Skanee area. The parcel is adjacent to State of Michigan Land on the north, and has access to thousands of acres of Corporate CFA Land on its west for walk-in access for hunting, trapping, and fishing! The region gets lake-effect snow from Lake Superior, with annual averages exceeding 200 inches for exceptional snowmobiling and trekking with tracked ATVs. There are woods trails in the area that connect to the main Snowmobile Trail Number 14, which is the northernmost east-west corridor between Baraga and Marquette Counties. The original log home was built in the 1930s, and has been completely renovated and enlarged through 2002. The Main Level of the home includes a 14x26 Living Room, 11x14 Kitchen, an 11x15 Bedroom, 5x6 Entryway, and an 8x8 3/4 Bath. Upstairs is a 15x15 Sleeping Area. Outside is an 8x12 Deck at one entrance, and an 8x34 Deck across the front of the Cabin. An 8x16 Upstairs Deck can be reached from the second floor Sleeping Area, or by an access stairway. The cabin is heated with a wall Space heater and a free-standing Woodstove. Overlooking the river is a 10x20 Deck. Additional buildings on the well-groomed property include an 8x12 Generator Building and 12x16 Wood Shed. If you are seeking a secluded recreational parcel in north-eastern Baraga County near the western foothills of the Huron Mountains, schedule your private tour today!

Tim Keohane, Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

40.00 ACRES
2 BEDROOMS
1 BATHROOMS
1593 SQ FT

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