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Tim Keohane
Tim Keohane
Great Lakes and Land Real Estate Company
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Piece of Heaven

TLA-25 Haanpaa Rd, L'Anse , Michigan 49946 - Baraga County
$10,000 4.33 Acres
Property ID 2727518


Michigan Building Lot For Sale! This affordable, larger, wooded building parcel is located just outside the Village of L'Anse in north-central Baraga County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. There is a Lake Superior view from this lot and you can access the lake from the Marina Down Town, or near Pequaming. Lake Superior trout fishing is available throughout the season in this area. There's also has a good number of Coho and Chinook salmon, Brown trout, Steelhead, Walleyes, Perch, Pike and Smallmouth bass - making L'Anse a popular fishing destination. You'll also be close to boating, great swimming beaches, water fall viewing, hunting, cross-country skiing, and sightseeing. The parcel is very close to the Village, which offers shopping, schools, churches, and a good hospital. Many retirees find this a great place to live! There is village water, phone, and electric available at the street. Call for a detailed lot drawing. Note: Rear set-back will exceed local zoning ordinances to provide for a privacy/green belt area between adjacent properties. MLS# 1077608


From L'Anse Broad-Main Inters take Main/Upper Skanee Road 1.75 miles to Haanpaa Rd. Take left. Property on right Between Box No. 948A and Box No. 949

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Tim Keohane

Great Lakes and Land Real Estate Company

12 West Broad Street
L'Anse, MI 49946

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