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39 Acres Boney Falls Rd.

39 Acres Boney Falls Rd., Cornell , Michigan 49818 - Marquette County
$125,000 39 Acres
Property ID 3155779


A rare and great opportunity to own a large acreage parcel on the middle branch of the Escanaba River. Located near Cornell north of Escanaba and Gladstone, this piece has 1/2 mile of beautiful river frontage just upstream from Boney Falls. There is road frontage on a paved County Road that is maintained year round. Electric is roadside as well. This is a quiet area with larger acreage properties and little development. There is a dam just downstream so the river is wide and deep here. A dock is possible if desired and boating is possible throughout the year. Some of the best trout waters in the State are a short drive to the South and good fishing for multiple species is right out your front door. Deer and waterfowl surround the property for the hunter or nature enthusiast. This property could be developed as it is all high ground with multiple potential sites. A single private homestead would provide ultimate privacy with no neighbors in sight. Watch the sunrise in peace on one of the nicest settings the U.P. has to offer.


Take the Boney Falls Rd North from Cornell about 8.7 miles. Property on the East side of the road where the gas line and power line crosses.


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River Front
Some Trees



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