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3.02 acres in Bay County, Michigan

1131 W M-61, Standish, Michigan 48658 - Bay County
$64,000 3.02 Acres
3 beds 2 Bathrooms 1300 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 3105082


Land Contract Possible..certain conditions apply This house has a new roof installed as of July 2016 A rare find in the Standish-Sterling area! Mini farm waiting for you to make it your own pride and joy! Vintage red barn, tool shed and outbuildings in place. Great for all kinds of fun. Well built farm house with large barn, tool shed, and smaller shed on property. House has a basement and two car garage. Hardwood floors, open floor plan, bathroom on main level and one upstairs. Large 3.02 acre property with plenty of room to stretch out. Conveniently located on paved road, close to town, but out enough to be peaceful and relaxing. This house has a ton of potential, it does need some tlc. Great for the do it yourselfer and handyman. Solid structure, newer furnace and well. Several outbuildings including, large barn in need of repair (approx. 64x40), nice large shed (approx 28x56), shed 1 (approx 14x14), shed 2 (approx 12x10), shed 3 (approx 8x10) This property is close to the following activities:, bird watching, cross country ski, Casinos, boat launching, ORV Trails, Saginaw Bay.


From Standish, west on M-61 to 1131 W. M-61. Property is on south side of M-61.    Just east of Saunders Rd and DJ's Party Store.

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