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$267,500 42.99 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1332 sqft
4625 Canby, Pellston, MI 49769 - Emmet County

Harvey Acres

Quality Built Home on 42.99 Acres located in the heart of some of the best wildlife area in Lower Northern Michigan. This property also has a 32' x 60' Pole barn complete with electricity,concrete floor, heat, water and phone and a celiing height of 12'. An additional Pole Barn has a gravel floor and measures 30' x 40' both are metal clad with metal roofs. The property features rolling landscape, three ponds, a christmas tree plot and elevated hunting blinds. The home is designed with ease of living considered throughout. The abundant windows offer views, looking over one of the ponds down a beautiful valley, great for wildlife viewing. A long covered porch as well as an open deck offers much space for outdoor comfort.
Kathleen Emig LandLeader
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$59,900 40 acres
0 Robinson Road, Pellston, MI 49769 - Emmet County

40 acres Pellston, MI

If you’ve been looking for a great recreational tract that offers endless outdoor adventures, then look no further. This beautifully wooded tract is sure to fit the bill for hunters, campers, hikers and anyone that loves being outdoors. When it comes to hunting, this property has potential written all over it. The rolling topography makes great funnels. There’s plenty of room to add small shot plots and larger food plots. The thick ground coverage gives the deer the security they are looking for. Small spring feed drainages make a great wildlife water source. On top of all this, the property is literally surrounded by thousands of acres of state land. That means no neighbors and a lot more land for you to explore and hunt. Plus,
Edmund Nogaski Whitetail Properties
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$34,900 40 acres
0 East Levering Road, Levering, MI 49755 - Emmet County

40 acres Levering, MI

Bordering thousands of acres of state land on two sides, this property has hunting written all over it. Much of the tract is made up of low-lying swamp ground. Google the words “swamp” and “hunting” and you’ll find plenty of articles that talk about giant bucks. When the pressure is on, big bucks seek privacy and security. A swamp provides them with both. Besides the swamp, there is some nice high ground along the road. With much of the local area devoid of tillable production, adding a food plot in this high ground area will likely become a destination for any and all bucks as they travel through the swamp. Plus, if an individual wanted to, there is a lifetime of state land to explore and hunt around this trac
Edmund Nogaski Whitetail Properties