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949 Duck Lake Trail, Leland 49654
Price: $ 3,850,000

Bask in casual elegance with this exquisite home built by Easling Construction and designed by Nick White that perfectly accentuates the privacy of this 3.70-acre wooded, park-like setting with 250 feet of Lake Michigan frontage and direct westerly views of the Manitou Passage and North and South Manitou islands. Welcoming foyer with stately staircase and overlooking landing leads to a gracious living room. Island kitchen with custom cabinetry, Wolf appliances and granite countertops. Hickory flooring throughout the main level, coffered ceilings in living and kitchen areas. Main floor master suite with lake views. Private library including knotty alder wood. Large three-season room with mahogany floor. Lakeside covered porch with exposed aggregate and professionally landscaped property. Upper-level features two additional bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and shared covered porch with lake views. Lower level has 500 square feet of finished space that includes a laundry room and powder room. An additional 1,500 sq ft could be finished to include a family or game room, fourth bedroom and bathroom (already plumbed). Oversized two-car garage allows additional storage for recreational gear. Copper gutters and downspouts. Includes whole-house generator. Sq. ft., waterfront, and acreage are deemed accurate, Buyer to verify during inspection period.

MLS # 1890704
Bedroom: 3
Bathroom: 5
Square Feet: 4059
Acres: 4
City: Leland
ZIP: 49654
Township: Leland
School District: Leland Public School District

Year Built: 2012
Basement: Block,Egress Windows,Finished Rooms,Partial,Walkout
Garage: Attached,Concrete Floors,Door Opener,Paved Driveway
Heating/Cooling: Electric,Natural Gas
Heating/Cooling Type: Forced Air,Humidifier,Zoned/Dual
Deeded Waterfront: Yes
Body of Water: Lake Michigan
Waterfront Features: Bluff (greater than 10ft),Great Lake,Priv Frontage (Wtr Side),Water View
Days On Market: 98

Listing courtesy of Schaub Team Premier Realty

 

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