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Lake Michigan Estate property, 9.4 Acres, over 1200' on Lake Michigan with south facing view, connecting to miles of sandy beach, views from every level of waves majestically washing over your own nearly quarter mile rocky peninsula. The house sits at the end of the sand beach at what feels like a secluded cove. The main level features the kitchen, spacious living room, bedroom and hot tub room. Enjoy great lake views from the large windows and doors leading to the elevated deck and walk that reaches out to the Beach Hut that has its own bathroom, sleeping loft and wood burning stove. The upstairs level is a great guest suite with large full bath, spacious loft area and great views. Downstairs has a large family room, bedroom, bath and storage/mechanical rooms. The main house has over 4600' of heated space, high efficiency gas heat, hard wood and carpeted floors, and has been well maintained. This property is complemented by a 2 bedroom, 1 bath guest cottage. Original owner, never before offered for sale, much more to come and see.
From Manistique, take US2 east to Duck Inn Road (just past Casino) turn right. Follow Duck Inn Road until you split left on to Michibay. Follow Michibay to house number
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