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Northport Point Incredible Waterfront

3 Jun

I remember being a kid living on the lake and summers were a magical time.  I’m a child of the 80’s so we didn’t have iphones or computers, just our friends and the great outdoors.  Summer evenings my parents would be on the deck and have a nightcap with neighbors and my brother and I along with the other kids would usually would decide that we needed one last dip in the cool waters of Grand Traverse Bay before we snuggled into bed.

These fond memories make my new captivating listing on Northport Point very close to my heart, because on the Point the craziness of everyday life slows down and reminds me of the slower pace of when I was young.  The Point is an inviting and quiet private waterfront community north of Northport.  Once you are on the Point, the need to venture back into the real world is rare because, should you wish to join, the Point has it’s own golf course, restaurant, 3 tennis courts and even an extremely popular kids summer camp.  Multi-generations of families fill the Point during the summer months.  A log and stone chapel stands on a grassy knoll in the center of the Point and on Sundays residents can meander down on foot or by golf cart to the weekly service.

This home is stunning with 190 feet of private frontage snuggled in Northport Bay on Lake Michigan.  Unlike most of the homes on the Point, the landscape and size of the property is large allowing for more privacy and space to roam.  Built for friends and family to visit and celebrate summer there are several living spaces, 3 natural fireplaces and 6 bedrooms.  Windows adorn almost every single room making the need for lights almost unnecessary due to the bright spaces.  Take a look at the photos and link below for more…

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SOLD! Shared West Bay Waterfront

13 Feb

Finding a home is so much more than granite counter tops and wood floors.  It’s about finding somewhere to live with your family that you love and brings joy to your world everyday.  I imagine that the new owners of this Old Mission Peninsula home feel that they are on vacation every single day.  They return home from work  on hot summer days and their oldest will cannon cannon ball into the pool.   Dad will often jump in as well and the family has dinner on the spacious deck over looking West Bay.  It’s common on a Friday evening for the family to venture down the road to the boat they have on a hoist and go for a evening cruise.  Weekends are spent on the boat with kids (and very often their friends) going to Power Island where they drop an anchor to tie up their boat with a group of friends.  The kids spend most of the day jumping off of the dock and investigating the island on foot.

As I said, finding a home isn’t just granite countertops and wood floors, although this home has both and more since it was taken down to the studs in 2004 and everything is new!

I’d love to schedule a time to show you what could be your perfect northern Michigan oasis, party palace or just all around great home!

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10 Jan

This immaculate home is 2,550 sq feet with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths located in the highly coveted Cherry Ridge Subdivision.  You can check all of the boxes of wants and needs:  Fireplace-check!  Master suite-check! Large grassy back yard-check! Lots of living space-check!

Not only is the floor plan great but the location is even better.  Families have many different choices for schools that are located less than a mile away such as Grand Traverse Academy, East Middle School, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, or Cherry Knoll.  Don’t hesitate to run to the grocery store for forgotten milk because not only is the grocery store also less than one mile away but so is a That’s Pizza and Subway!

Drive through this great subdivision during summer break and you will see small groups of children playing ball or riding together through the sub.  Priced well and ready for it’s new owners!

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