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1000 Co Road KE (Granot Loma) Cr

1000 Co Road KE (Granot Loma) Cr, Marquette , Michigan 49855 - Marquette County
$40,000,000 4965.80 Acres
23 beds 13 Bathrooms 34000 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 2817919


Granot Loma is a world class estate property. Built in 1919-1923 by financier Louis G. Kaufman, Granot Loma is situated on a peninsula jutting into Lake Superior north of the city of Marquette. The views are of the open lake, the small offshore island and miles of private shoreline of pristine sand beaches and rocky bluffs. It is a setting where northern lights, full moon rises, sun danced waves and wild, winter storms fascinate. The lodge was built in the tradition of the Great Adirondack lodges and may be the largest log cabin lodge in the nation. The farm was developed to provide food for the lodge and is located about 1/2 mile from the lodge. The original cost of construction was $5,000,000. THE LODGE: Listed in the Register of Historic Places. Is 26,000 square feet made of Oregon pine, cement and stone on a steel frame. The great room features a massive stone fireplace with an 18 foot mantle salvaged from a shipwreck and a soaring 24 foot vaulted ceiling adorned with a huge, carved chandelier. There are 25 additional fireplaces throughout the lodge. In addition to the 23 bedrooms and 13 baths, the home features a dining room, huge gourmet kitchen outfitted similar to the White House kitchen, bar, office with birch bark covered wood walls and ceiling, master suite, 9 suites total, a game room, card room, media room, steam room, workout room, wine cellar, vault, breakfast nook solarium, with 50 rooms total. There is a 3,000 gallon outdoor hot tub overlooking the private harbor and marina with an indoor boathouse. Propane powers the Weil-Mclean boilers and a wind turbine augments the electricity. The outbuildings on the lodge site include a play house, guest house with 4 apartments, maids quarters, root cellar, garages and a tennis court designed by Bill Tilden. This is a home, a log lodge, "camp" but truly a historical museum. THE FARM: Includes 13 buildings on a hillside with mountain views, fields, orchard, two homes, barn, pool house with outdoor pool, massive dairy barn, garages and more. Vintage farm implements adorn the spacious farm yard. The farm could be restored to be a fully functioning farm, developed into a golf course or vineyard with a winery and orchard. THE LAND, LAKE AND RIVERS: 5,000 acres of timbered land and trail system with 3.7 miles of dramatic Lake Superior shoreline. Farm fields and food plots supporting the world class hunting. Miles of Big and Little Garlic river front for world class brook trout and steelhead fishing. Watersports on the big lake from your own private marina, fishing the shoreline for salmon and travelling to Stannard Rock for trophy lake trout. This is the north woods, the lakeshore, the mountains, the river front, all in one fabulous estate. LOCATION: Granot Loma is located 15 miles north of the city of Marquette in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Marquette boasts a major medical facility, university, international airport, vibrant downtown, dining, shopping and marinas.


Fifteen miles North of Marquette.


Exterior Features
Boat Dock/Slip
Guest Quarters

Kitchen Equipment

Fireplace Type
Wood Burning


Wood Floor

Specialty Rooms
Game Room
Media Room
Sauna/Steam Room
Spa/Hot Tub Room


Barn Information

Lot Description
Some Trees
Water/Lake Front


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