Description

Parcels of this size in a prime location such as this do not become available as often as they once did. This family homestead, 10 miles east of Petoskey and convenient to 4 seasons of Northern Michigan Recreation, is the original parent parcel for this section and has been a special retreat for the current owners since the early 1960's. This 77.26-acre tract is a great mix of hardwoods and open pastures among the gentle rolling slope that make up this high and dry topography (with around 20 acres of rowed pine trees). Ideally used for a new private estate, hunting, horses, or for dividing into whatever you desire it to be. The main residence has not been lived in for 10 years, but features 4 full bedrooms and 2 baths, and an awesome great room that was added in the 1980's. The outside areas directly adjacent to the house are unique with four different outbuildings built throughout the years with many different applications for storage or more creative uses. Truestream highspeed internet is available in this area, but not hooked up to the home yet. This bucolic parcel is a great example of the historic roots from which Northern Michigan was developed and is vacant and easy to see. Contact today for a personal viewing.

Directions

Follow East Mitchell Road 10 miles from the Petoskey City Limit to property on the right. 1 mile past Wildwood Road.