Your own private Northern Michigan Island! Situated in 5,600 acres of the pristine waters of Grand Lake located 20 miles N of Alpena, MI. Brown Island currently has a 3000 sq/ft lodge that has a bedroom, commercial grade kitchen, 3 bathrooms, and seating for 35 in the main room. The lodge can easily be converted to a single family residence with very little effort. Two (16x20') heated cabins which can be used as additional living quarters or guest houses. Also a 30x40 pole barn for storage. Electricity provided from mainland via marine cable and water is supplied from deep water well. Privacy & tranquility best describe island life, w/many meandering trails thru Hardwoods & Evergreens as well as a variety of wildlife including deer, turkey, and the king of birds, the Bald Eagle. Endless possibilities as an investment or a private family retreat. The list price includes a 50waterfront access lot and 14x35 foot barge for heavy equipment transportation to the island. There are 2 additional mainland parcels available that include a commercially zoned, 1+ acre, 147 waterfront lot with two cabins. Each cabin has a full kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a bath. The other is a 10+ acre parcel w/pole barn, complete with electricity, bathroom, and shower.
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