Your choice of three prime lots on Island Lake!! These are the last three lots remaining on Sandy Point! They are beautiful rolling timbered lots on the southwest side of the lake and are beautiful lots to build that cabin or lake home on and have wildlife right out the front and back doors. There were tons of deer tracks on these lots and mink trails all over along the shoreline. One came running right by me while I was walking along the shore. The lake is also an excellent lake for duck hunting along the undeveloped shoreline areas. While on a nearby property this past fall, we saw tons of ducks flying and resting out on the lake. The fishing on Island Lake can be excellent for walleye, northern pike, and panfish and is stocked nearly every year for walleyes. The lake is 3108.09 acres with a maximum depth of 35 feet and water clarity of 10.5 feet. Northome is approximately 6 miles north. Grand Rapids is approximately an hours drive to the south. Build your dream home and enjoy the lake life all year long and hunt the thousands of acres nearby for grouse, deer and bear. Call for more info or to request a showing.
- Excellent rolling/level timbered lake lots
- Fabulous fishing on Island Lake for walleye, pike, and panfish
- Great views of the lake looking east
- Wildlife right out the back door
- Great hunting on thousands of acres of public land nearby
- Great snowmobiling and other outdoor activities
- $79,900 per lot
- Lot 6 is 2.3 acres
- Lot 5 is 2.1 acres
- Lot 4 is 2.6 acres
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