MICHIGAN PRIVATE LAKE LOT FOR SALE! This 8.15 Acre surveyed wooded parcel has 318 feet of frontage on a beautiful bay of Upper Peninsula's Fence Lake! Fence Lake is a private, pristine spring fed lake that is 310 acres in size, has 50-foot depths, numerous coves and bays, and has four islands which are owned in common by the property owners. Water also enters from the northern end of the lake and exits into the Fence River, which flows southward for many miles, and enters the Michigamme Reservoir. The lake is a spectacular fishery, with Rainbow and Brown trout, Yellow perch, and trophy-sized Smallmouth bass. The lake is protected with covenants, limits on boat motor size, prohibition on jet skis, and specific "quiet hours". Lot 15 is one of only 46 parcels on the lake - this limited number was designed to ensure minimal human impact on the environment, and the moose, bear, deer, loons, and eagles that call this land their home. Nearby there are two State Parks. It is an hours drive to Marquette, and there are there is good flight services from Sawyer International Airport to major US Cities. Everything is ready for enjoying the Secluded Shores of Fence Lake! ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE DEED RESTRICTIONS TO PROTECT PROPERTY VALUES ARE IN PLACE. UNDERGROUND POWER IS AVAILABLE TO EACH PARCEL OFF THE MAIN ROAD. GATED ACCESS - CALL LISTING COMPANY FOR ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS.
From the L'Anse Welcome Sign take US41 south 18 miles to Imperial Heights Road. Take right and go .9 miles to E. Petticoat/Fence Lake Road. Take a right and follow the signs 4.8 miles to Locked Gate. Access With Agents Only.
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