304 Park Avenue, Charlevoix, MI 49720
Welcome to The Thatch House, an extraordinary and unparalleled gem that seamlessly weaves captivating stories within every room. Nestled in the idyllic town of Charlevoix, Michigan, this remarkable residence invites you to indulge in a world of enchantment. Immerse yourself in the allure of sandy shores, where the endless blue waters of Lake Michigan embrace the horizon, and be enchanted by awe-inspiring sunsets that paint the sky with hues that ignite the imagination. Within the walls of The Thatch House, you'll discover a haven of cozy and relaxing living, perfectly complemented by the convenience of its location. Just a leisurely walk or bike ride away lies downtown Charlevoix, a vibrant tapestry of delightful restaurants, charming shops, the picturesque marina, inviting beaches, the cultural heart of the public library, the art center, and a plethora of other enticing destinations. Ascending from its original 1918 roots, when it was crafted by the renowned builder and visionary, Earl Young, this remarkable home underwent a 3-year masterful transformation in 2015 by owner and visionary Dr. Michael Seitz. With meticulous attention to detail, Seitz recreated the enchanting essence of Young's storybook style, infusing this 7 bed/7 bathrooms+ separate guest house home with captivating charm. The main house also features a media room, a wine cellar, a private patio, two original fireplaces, plus a third fireplace in the second-floor family room, and in-floor heating throughout, ensuring warmth in every step. The crowning glory is the gently sloping natural reed roof, a testament to true craftsmanship, crafted from the finest natural thatch, hand-reaped in Europe, and thoughtfully transported to the US. The Thatch House is a once-in-a-lifetime discovery, offering world-class surroundings and a profound sense of wonder. Don't miss your chance to embark on an extraordinary journey and experience this amazing retreat for yourself.
US-31/ Bridge St to Park Ave. 5 blocks down on left. "Thatch House" sign in yard.