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

 
$36,800
Lots E & F Estes Lake (Sidnaw) MLS #1107585

Sidnaw, Houghton County, Michigan


Michigan Waterfront parcel for sale! This 2.24 acres wooded parcel has 217-Feet of Estes Lake frontage! Estes Lake is about 22 acres in size and is about 55 feet deep. Opportunities for swimming, boating, and fishing abound! The lake is a good fishery for Bluegill and Smallmouth bass. This parcel is part of a 12-parcel development of recreational wooded and waterfront properties, that was created from an 80-acre tract, surrounded by the Ottawa National Forest. This 988,000 acre forest extends from Lake Superior to the Wisconsin border, and is filled with recreational opportunities like hiking, fishing, hunting, and observing wildlife and birds, waterfalls, old-growth forests, lakes, rivers, steams and wetlands. The Bergland to Sidnaw Rail Trail, a Multi-Use State Trail for foot, bike, ATV and horseback from Spring through Fall and for skiing and snowmobiling in the winter, is a short distance away. Listing Brokers are licensed in Michigan and have an interest in the development. Land Division Approved. Can also be purchased as two separate lots - see MLS #s 1011482 and 1011483.

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

2.24 ACRES
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$143,800
593 Sunset Lake Rd. MLS #1107500

Iron River, Iron County, Michigan


This 690-Square Foot 2-Bedroom Cottage is located on a .428-Acre Parcel with 95-Feet of Sunset Lake frontage! Sunset Lake is an all-sports lake located in Bates Township, in south-central Iron County in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. You can find it about three miles east of the Village of Iron River. This township is located at the western end of the Menominee Iron Range, which provided employment, and much of the Nation's iron ore in the 1800s and 1900s. The range has been inactive for many decades. Logging began in the area in 1875, and many lumber mills sprang up in the area at that time. The township has evolved from a mining, logging, farming community to a bedroom community and prime destination for recreation! The Bates Township numerous lakes, ponds, and streams are known for the outdoor recreation they provide. Sunset Lake is about 530-Acres in size and reaches a maximum depth of 54-Feet. It is the largest lake in the southern rectangle of the township, and is the 2nd largest in the township. (The largest in the northern rectangle of the township is 994-Acre Perch Lake.) Sunset Lake enjoyed a rich history for recreational events. A township park and large dance pavilion has existed on the south shore of the lake since the early 1900s. Called the Bates Township Park, today you will find a pavilion with a large stone fireplace, picnic tables, grills, a baseball field, basketball court, and a children's playground with several activity areas. A great place to join family and friends for group functions! A beach, and a nice hard-surfaced boat ramp is also located there to launch your boats. There are shallows along the edge of the lake, and in the N-W corner. The State has stocked this lake with many species, and Walleye and Northern pike provide lots of action. Jumbo perch, Crappie, and Panfish are also found throughout the lake. There is even Ice-Fishing action in the winter! If you are seeking some river fishing, the Paint river, a blue-ribbon trout stream is a water body also located in this township! Not far away, south-east of the property is the George Young Golf and Recreation Complex. It is a first class golf course with two elegant golf courses with beautiful terrain. Hunting is a big part of life in Iron County. Walk in access for hunting and trapping is less than a mile away on Corporate CFA Lands. White tail deer, ruffed grouse, and bear make up the area's great hunting. Winter activities in the area includes alpine and nordic skiing, and snowboarding. Two ski locations are in the area, the Spring Valley Ski Hill, and Ski Brule, which is rated the #1 Family Resort in the Midwest. It has downhill and cross country skiing, and other fun family activities. Iron County has over 200 miles of well-marked and groomed Snowmobiling trails through scenic woods. The Iron Range Trails cover Amasa, Crystal Falls, Iron River, and Sidnaw - and connect with the vast trail systems of the Upper Peninsula and Northern Wisconsin. Other area Sports and Adventure Activitiesinclude cycling, hiking, mountain biking. The Cottage offered for sale is nestled between tall coniferous trees that provide shade, and give you that ever green up-north feeling. The low profile exterior design is complete with cedar shake siding, a shingled hip roof, shuttered window trimming, and two cute open entrance porches. Inside you will find an Open Concept Great Room with Living, Kitchen, and Dining Area. It features knotty pine walls and custom built cabinets, and hardwood floors. The two bedrooms are 9x13 and 8x9, and there is a 3/4 Bath. Outside you will find a shoreside fire pit-picnic area and a gently sloping approach to the lake. There is a dock to launch your boats, kayaks, and water toys - and an 8x14 storage shed. If you are seeking that special Up-North waterfront dream cottage be sure to schedule yourprivate tour today!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

0.42 ACRES
2 BEDROOMS
1 BATHROOMS
690 SQ FT
 
$224,800
107 McClure Dam Rd MLS # 1107397

Negaunee, Marquette County, Michigan


MICHIGAN HISTORIC McCLURE DAM CARE TAKERS CABIN FOR SALE! This Cabin property is located on 202-Feet of The McClure Basin - which is located on the Dead River, in east-central Marquette County, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. To the Native Americans, the mists arising from the Dead River conveyed the souls of the departed into the unknown, and they named the stream Gi-nibo-manitou-sibi, of Djibis-manitou-sibi meaning The River of The Spirits of The Dead. The French retained the name in Riviere de Morte, translated by Americans into Dead River. The 43.2 mile long river flows southeasterly from western Marquette County to its mouth on Lake Superior. The entire river is a coldwater fishery. The McClure Basin is formed by the McClure dam, a hydroelectric dam which was built above a waterfall located at its eastern end. This basin is the middle of three basins, and is the most dramatic. There are tall rugged hills that surround this artificial lake, and there are rock outcroppings that shoot up from the water! Part of the waterfall is built into the base of the dam. Water sometimes flows over the cement dam, and there is a stream of water that pours out of a pipe over jagged rocks. Rocky bedrock is found at the bottom of the dam, and water flows from there through chutes to the drop another 75 yards, over the rest of the falls. Located dowmstream are the Upper Dead River Falls and Trestle Falls. You will be able to fish for Walleyes, Smallmouth bass, and Pike right from your property, and a peek at the photos will show you that wildlife abounds! Besides the waterfront, the property is surrounded by woodland, and Moose, Whitetail deer, and every kind of game and non game animals and birds visit the property in every season. The quaint 1008 Square Foot Bungalow Style cabin was built in 1920s for the Care Takers of the Dam. It features a low pitched four sided hip roof, and a spacious front porch with large columns beneath an extension of the main roof, which typified the styles of the American Arts and Crafts movement popular at that time. Bungalow design in America was greatly influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement among people who had grown tired of the mass-produced and overly ornate architecture of the Victorian Era. They offered low cost, simple living quarters with an artistic touch. The one-story floor plan has minimal space wasted on hallways. A 13x17 Living Area, leads to the 6x28 Open Porch that faces the water. There is a 13x14 Kitchen with Eat-In Dining Area with access to a back entrance, Three bed rooms, and a Full bath. Nice large double-hung windows with wide wood trim and original hardwood floors provide charm to the home. Updates have been started. A 12x28 Half Basement is found below the first floor living area. Additional remodeling and restoration could make this a great smaller scale home, or a great weekend get a way cabin! The setting is secluded, off of a dead end road, and there's plenty of room on the property to build a new larger home. Sale includes older storage shed, and shore side sauna-boathouse. Contact us today for your private tour of this unique property

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

1.80 ACRES
3 BEDROOMS
1 BATHROOMS
1008 SQ FT
 
$72,000
Off Deer Lake Rd - MLS #1107258

Crystal Falls, Iron County, Michigan


This 80 acre Upper Peninsula wild-land can be found deep in the woods of Hematite Township in Crystal Falls, MI. The wooded parcel borders the beautiful Copper Country State Forest on the East and South, and is also nestled in the center of thousands of commercial forest acreage! The combination terrain is a perfect place for wildlife and provides great hunting opportunities for this area. Many lakes and streams are located around the parcel, including McCutcheon Creek, which flows through the Northeast corner of the parcel. The trails into the property start right off of Snowmobile/Multi-use Trail 18, and is a part of the Upper Peninsula's trail network! A special place for sporting or off-grid enthusiasts. The land hasn't been logged for many years and is eligible for the Qualified Forest Program. 20 acres can be parted off and removed from the CFA program before sale for buyers interested in building any future structures.

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

80.00 ACRES
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$499,000
TBD Off Co Rd 553 MLS# 1107235

Marquette, Marquette County, Michigan


LARGE MICHIGAN LAKE PELISSIER PROPERTY FOR SALE! This 142.15-Acre wooded property has 3,000Feet of frontage on Lake Pelissier! The property is located in Sands Township, in Marquette County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Marquette County is the fourth largest county in Michigan with a total area of 3,425 square miles. The property is conveniently located just 5+/- miles south of Marquette, the largest city in the Upper Peninsula, which was named after the French Jesuit Priest, Father Jacques Marquette. This county is dotted with 1,900 inland lakes and ponds, and is crossed by more than 4,000 miles of rivers and streams that flow through forested landscapes. This County has outdoor recreational opportunities in every season. Marquette Mountain Ski Area is about a half mile to north-east. During the winter season you can ski every day and night of the week on over 144 acres of terrain, where there are vertical drops of 650 feet. There's also a back country ski zone for advanced skiers and boarders. There are Live Webcams at the mountain, so you can view weather conditions in the area throughout the year. Blueberry Ridge Pathway is about a mile to the south. This is a popular DNR managed cross-country trail that has 12 miles of regularly groomed ski and hiking trails. It has seven loops, with a 1.7 mile lighted loop. Some loops are groomed for diagonal and/or skate stride, and some are groomed for diagonal skiing. A large segment of Michigan's 4 million acres of State Forest lands (the Gwinn Management Unit) is just a mile+ to the south-east of the property. These forest lands provide habitat for wildlife, are managed for future timber harvests, and have beautiful outdoor recreational opportunities. About 2.5 miles from the property is the main North-South Multi-Use State Trail Number 8. The Hiawatha Trails Club helps take care of a 13.42 mile stretch between Gwinn and Marquette. If you like stream fishing, the steep and swift Carp River, a Brook Trout River, is about two miles to the north. The last 5 miles of this river drops over 600 feet and there are rapids, white water, and small falls on its way to Lake Superior's Marquette Bay. There's lots of publicly-owned shoreline along Marquette's shoreline, so surf-casting is available here. Muskies, Pike, Perch, and in season, Salmon and Lake trout are caught in the "Big Lake" waters. The varied rolling topography surrounding the property being offered for sale was created by the retreat of the last continental glaciers 8,000 to 9,000 years ago. There are some granite outcroppings, and views of the surrounding area and Lake Superior from the wooded dramatic elevations north of the property. Balsam fir, white cedar, and tamarack comprise the forested wetlands at the shore of the lake. Lake Pelissier is nestled between two small ranges of low mountains called the Ragged Hills to the west, and the Migisy Bluff to the east. It is a private 88.5-Acre lake, with a pulpy peat bottom that is 5-6 feet deep. It supports Perch and Waterfowl. There are some small tracts on the west side of the lake, and larger corporate land tracts around the rest of the shoreline. There are 22 watersheds (drainage basins) within Marquette County and the majority flow northward into Lake Superior. Pelissier Lake has four inlets that form a watershed that drains about 1.53 square miles into the lake. There is one outlet to the northwest of the lake that drains toward Little Lake Pelissier. This property may be one of the most private pieces of waterfront and timberland, that is close to a major city. Contact us for your private tour today!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

142.15 ACRES
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$158,800
TBD Twin Lake - MLS #1107228

Shingleton, Schoolcraft County, Michigan


PRIVATE 40-ACRE MICHIGAN INLAND LAKE PARCEL in one of the most spectacular regions of the State! This Fawn Lake parcel is located in northwest Schoolcraft County about 21 miles northeast of the City of Munising, which is located on Lake Superior. The "Big Lake" shoreline that was once paddled by Native Americans and early European explorers, has become famous for the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, the Grand Island National Recreation Area, the three hundred feet high, five-mile long sand dunes at Grand Sable, and the surrounding Hiawatha National Forest. The 42+ mile long Lakeshore Trail through the park is part of the North Country National Scenic Trail, and is one of best hikes in Michigan. Backpakers trek between two towns, Grand Marais in the east to Munising in the west, past lighthouses and shipwrecks, giant sand dunes, towering standstone cliffs, beaches on Lake Superior, and beaches 200 feet above it. -- Half the fun is getting there! You get to the property using H-58, a paved County maintained road. It is routed through the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore Park to the north, and the adjacent to the 1,047,188-Acre Lake Superior State Forest in Alger County to the south. The curvey ride in provides a wonderful scenic drive, in spring, summer and fall. Motorsycists frequent this beautiful road way between Munising and Grand Marais, and a local group has named H-58 "one of the top five motorcycling roads in Upper Michigan",and it has been promoted by the American Motorcyclist Association in their guidebooks; Riders enjoy the 198 curves and scenic vistas along the road! This area averages around 140–144 inches of snowfall annually, so you will have access to some of the finest snowmobiling the U.P has to offer! Multi-Use Sunrise Grade Trail Number 8 runs along the northern edge of the property - providing access to thousands of acres of trail fun! The property adjoins thousands of acres of Corporate CFA land for walk in access for hunting, trapping, and additional fishing opportunities. Fawn Lake is nestled in The Lake Superior forest region which was one of the last areas in Michigan to be logged for old-growth Red Pine and White Pine. Heavy commercial logging ended in the 1910s. The immediate area around the lake consists of glacial outwash sand and is considered well drained. The land cover in the area consists of northern hardwoods, some wet lands, some open lands, and lowland coniferous forests. Birch, hemlock, maple, and white pine surround the shoreline on this parcel. The lake is spring fed and has a sandy bottom, is about 23+ Acres in size, and reaches depths of 38 feet. Fishing for Pike and Perch is available in Fawn. For more fishing you can walk to nearby North and South Gemini lakes. These lakes are really one body of water connected by a narrows, and have a surface area of 120-Acres and have depths of 10-Feet in the North, and 20-Feet in the South. They have the same fishery offering Northern pike, Walleyes, Smallmouth bass, and Perch. -- A couple of miles to the south-east is Ross Lake. This lake has 196-Acres of surface area, and is about 20-Feet deep. It is mostly a Northern pike and Smallmouth bass lake, with some Bluegills. -- A few miles further to the south of Ross, is Cusino Lake. This 140-Acre, 10 to 30-Feet deep lake has lots of Muskies which are stocked annually by the DNR. There are also some Perch and Pumpkinseed sunfish to troll for. -- The land around Fawn Lake has only two private property owners. The 40-Acre property offered for sale lies along the north-eastern shore, and has about 900+/- feet of shoreline. The property has a gradual slope to the water edge, and a clearing with a 30x36 foundation with 8 x 16 block walls in place (sub floor exposed to weather), a 12x12 Open Sided Shed, and a wood fishing dock. If you are seeking a Year-Round U.P. outdoor recreational opportunities, check this parcel out! You won't be disappointed!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

43.00 ACRES
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- BATHROOMS
- SQ FT
 
$225,000
320 Cardinal Red Road - MLS #1107119

Michigamme Township, Marquette County, Michigan


The 5+ acre Lake Michigamme waterfront property is located on one of the largest inland lakes in Michigan, right in heart of the Upper Peninsula. This 4,292 acre "all-sport" lake reaches depths of 60 ft. Fisherman love this lake as it's known for great Muskie fishing and is home to many other species of fish, such as Brook Trout, Lake Trout, both Large and Small-mouth Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye and Perch. The large and very open-concept house sits on a gentle sloping hill with wonderful views of Lake Michigamme. The exterior siding/interior flooring is all this place needs and is ready to be customized to the buyer's liking! The rest of the 4-BR home is move-in ready! Two additional cabins, both equipped with full bathrooms and kitchenettes, sit on the shoreline of the lake and are included in this sale. These rustic and cozy cabins provide your guests with their own space to relax after a long day on the lake! The cabins were once part of a resort but could really work well if converted into a fish house, sauna, etc! An additional 350 sq ft outbuilding near the shoreline could be converted into another living space but is currently used for additional storage. For further exploration and recreation information at nearby Craig Lake State Park, Van Riper State Park and the McCormick Wilderness, which are only minutes away. Welcome to Moose country!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

5.20 ACRES
4 BEDROOMS
1.5 BATHROOMS
2300 SQ FT
 
$149,800
54 Basin Ridge - MLS #1107058

Negaunee, Marquette County, Michigan


Exceptional waterfront property in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. A beautiful day cottage with Sauna and picnic area make this parcel ready to go. A great start to building your dream home or camp, or enjoy just as is. This 2.24 acre parcel is full of mature hardwood Oak and Maple trees and also White Pine and Birch. Enjoy almost 300' of frontage on the McClure Basin. Go for a swim or take the canoe out for a paddle. Excellent boating, kayaking and fishing await, or simply take a slow pontoon boat ride and enjoy the sunset. The McClure Basin is a 118 acre body of water that is part of the Dead River system. Abundant numbers of Walleye, Bass and trophy Northern Pike swim in these waters. This area is laden with endless streams and waterfalls to explore. Downstream and to the east less than 15 minutes away is the stunning series of the Stoney Mills, Dead River and the Reany Creek Falls. North about 25 minutes is the famous Yellowdog River and it's series of falls. Quiet and serene, this location has it all and is within 15 minutes of the beautiful city of Marquette, MI, nestled on the shores of Lake Superior. The "Capitol of the UP" hosts Northern Michigan University and has many local restaurants and breweries. Meijer and Lowes also have stores in this area. Marquette General Hospital is a Level II trauma center and has 265 patient beds. The extensive Noquemanon trail system on our rugged landscape provides some of the best Mountain Biking in the country. Enjoy Marquette Mountain for downhill skiing. Top notch spot for snowmobiling. We have snow when other areas are lacking. Many more rivers, streams, and waterfalls adorn this wilderness for your exploration. Our area provides four seasons of the best that nature has to offer! It is about a 5 hour drive from Milwaukee and Madison WI, and a 7 hour drive from Grand Rapids, MI. Only about 6 hours from the Twin Cities. Delta and American Airlines provide daily flights to KI Sawyer International airport, which is only 40 minutes from this property. Come see for yourself what makes this place so special.

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

0.00 ACRES
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- SQ FT
 
$129,800
Lake Superior Frontage - MLS #1106873

L'Anse, Baraga County, Michigan


LAKE SUPERIOR PEQUAMING BAY WATERFRONT PROPERTY FOR SALE! This 5.6 +/- Acre Parcel has 509 +/- Feet of Pequaming Bay frontage! An area filled with early Settler History, Pequaming Bay is part of Lake Superior's larger Keweenaw Bay, in L'Anse Township in the north-central Baraga County. Once the site of an Indian Village, the name of Pequaming is thought to be derived from bagwa (or pagwa) and additional words translated to become "at the shallow place". Pequaming is Michigan's best example of a tombolo, "Almost An Island", a geological term applied to an island type landform that is attached to the mainland by a narrow piece of land such as a spit or bar. The beach shoreline, on both the west and east sides of this spit have become beautiful bays, great for recreation! The Indian village was gone by the time the first white settler, Trader Peter Crebassa, arrived in the 1830's. In the late 1870's the Village of Pequaming was founded and a lumber company built a mill here that produced 25-million board feet of lumber and 25-million shingles annually during the 1890's. Over 1,000 men were employed, 250 of whom worked at the mill. Many workers lived in neat company owned homes in the nearby Village. By 1910 most of the U.P.'s virgin pine was cut and the mill operation declined. About 1920 Henry Ford decided that the Ford Motor Company should control it's own sources of raw materials, and began surveying land in the U.P., especially around L'Anse. Ford purchased 400,000 acres of land in the area including the mill and the town. Ford built railroads, modernized the mill, and remodeled the homes - equipping them with electricity and running water. The sawmill supplied the Rouge Plant in Lower Michigan, with wood for station wagons. The Ford era ended when automobile production reached a standstill during the Great Depression. But at the beginning of WWII the mills were reopened and operated 24-hours a day. The mills closed in 1942 and the lumber camps and village was abandoned. Today many original village buildings remain intact, and are viewed by tourists. Henry Ford's 5,000 Square Foot, 9-Bedroom, 6-Bath, home in Pequaming can be rented for family gatherings. The property being offered for sale faces northward and has a view across the bay of the Hebard-Ford Powerhouse, the Ford Water Tower, and the Historic Ford 'Ol Town Marina and Campground. The parcel is flat, and sits about 20+ feet over the shoreline. The sand bank has a stairway that will bring you to the water's edge. A boat lift is located on the shore. The water of this bay is great for wading, swimming, and boating. A good number of Walleys, Pike, Smallmouth bass, and Perch offer good fishing activity, and there is good Lake trout fishing in the bay throughout the season. You can hike or cycle from the property along the narrow road shoulder along the Pequaming Road, and enjoy a 7+/- mile trek to the L'Anse Waterfront Park, and Village. There is walk-in access to thousands of acres of Corporate CFA and USA Lands nearby for hunting, trapping, and fishing. This area has wonderful outdoor recreation opportunities in every direction! There is year-round access, and power and telephone is available. Contact us for your Private Tour today! Township Land Division Approval will need to be obtained. (Adjacent to the eastern side of this parcel is a 7.39+/- Acre wooded parcel also available for sale - See MLS# 1084267 - and this parcel is available for sale as 2 separate lots - See MLS #'s 1094528 and 1094529) Sellers will consider land contract offers. Contact listing agent for terms.

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

0.00 ACRES
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$1,799,999
The Fin and Feather - MLS #1107106

Perronville, Menominee County, Michigan


1,905-ACRE MICHIGAN HUNTING-RECREATIONAL PARCEL FOR SALE! Called The Fin and Feather, this wilderness Hunting Club straddles Spalding and Harris Townships in northern Menominee County of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Built to provide a home-base for a group of hunters and recreationists, the grounds feature a paved driveway; 5 bedroom, 3 bath, 2,200 sft house; a 2,250 sft guest house; and two 40 ft x 100 ft pole buildings. The ranch-style house is fully furnished and could serve as a year-round residence, family get-away, entertaining, or as a base camp for hunting or other outdoor recreation. The master bedroom features a vaulted ceiling, master bath, fieldstone hearth gas fireplace for ambiance or additional heat, ceiling fan, and sliding glass doors to an outside patio area. There are 4 additional bedrooms each of which have a set of bunk beds to accommodate an additional 8 people in the house. You’ll sleep easy after a few minutes in the indoor electric sauna which is only a few steps away from the bedrooms. The family room is equipped with a cell phone booster and can be used as a room for electronics, office, TV room, or even a place for a friendly game of pool or other leisure. A complete galley kitchen with golden oak cabinets has a breakfast bar for extra seating and vaulted ceilings open to the dining area and the living area. In the living room, the freestanding radiant heat wood stove is surrounded by a brick hearth and gives a cozy atmosphere for entertaining or relaxing. A mud room provides a place for boots, coats and outwear and has a sink for cleanup before entering the living room, and provides extra room for perishable items in a large, commercial-type refrigerator/freezer. The ceilings in the master bedroom, kitchen/dining area, and living room and all but a few walls in the house, and are tongue-and-groove cedar. The house is heated mainly with wall-mounted propane heaters and has electric baseboard heaters if needed. Electricity is provided by solar panels with assistance from propane powered back-up generators. Heat in each room can be independently controlled. You will find many game mounts throughout the house and guest house, as well as full body mounts in the guest house. Most of the deer mounts are from deer taken on the property. Directly accessible from the house is a 21 ft x 22 ft outdoor patio that is conveniently attached to a covered 14 ft x 14 ft outdoor grill cooking area. Just a few feet from the covered outdoor cooking area is the 2,520 sft Guest House, dubbed the Game Room. All interior walls and ceilings are finished with tongue-in-groove cedar. This finished pole building has one bath, a guides quarters with bunk beds, and a large 34 ft x 35 ft recreation room with a wooden corner bar, complete with a flat screen TV. Perfect for watching sporting events, movies, entertaining family and friends, or as an overflow from the main house. A 10 ft x 13 ft room off from the living area can be used as an office/study, an extra bedroom, or additional storage space. There is plenty of room for hunting clothes and accessories for you and your guests in the open lockers lining the walls in the area used as the locker room. Another room can be used as a wild game prep area with tiled floors, prep tables, double wash tubs, and an 8 ft x 7 ft walk-in freezer that is accessible from both indoors and outdoors. This area is ideal for processing game or as a food prep area for large gatherings. Also a washer and dryer are located in this area.

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

1905.00 ACRES
5 BEDROOMS
3 BATHROOMS
2680 SQ FT

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