360 Acre Tract Lodge 1117715, Michigan
Property Types: Waterfront, Home, Cabin, Recreational

$548,000 / 360 Acres / Available
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Property Summary

$548,000
Total Acres: 
360.00
LandLeader #: 
12013
Closest Town/Locale: 
Hermansville
County: 
Menominee County
Property Type: 
Waterfront, Home, Cabin, Recreational
Home Style: 
1 Story Camp or Cottage
Waterfront Features: 
4,000 +/- feet of waterfrontage on beautiful Lake Number Eighteen
Exterior Features: 
Steel

Activities & Amenities

ATV/Off Road
Boating/Sailing/Rafting
Fishing
Hiking/Climbing
House/Cabin
Hunting - Predator/Varmint
Hunting - Small Game
Hunting - Turkey
Hunting - Upland Birds
Pond/Lake
Skiing/Snowmobiling/Snow Sports
Waterfront

Land Details

Total Acres: 
360.00
Zoning: 
Residential
Source of Lot Size: 
Listing Agent
School District: 
North Central
Has HOA: 
No

Building Details

Total SF of Home (s) (Finished + Unfinished): 
2400
Total Finished SF Excluding Basement: 
1200
Total Finished SF Including Basement: 
1200
Main Level Square Footage: 
2400
Year Built: 
2014
Homes: 
1
Type of Home(s): 
Metal
Finished SQFT: 
1200
Bedrooms: 
2
Full Bathrooms: 
1
Outbuildings: 
0
Parking Types: 
  • Driveway
  • Off Street

Property Description

Michigan Hunt-Fish Property With Private Lake For Sale. Lake 18 Lodge is located on a 360 acre tract, in Meyer County in northwestern Menominee County, this property has it all. A 33+/- acre lake, wooded acreage, and a large building with a finely detailed lodge and a large mechanical room-vehicle storage garage. It can be found just two miles north of the main east-west Us-2 Corridor which runs along the southern edge of the Upper Peninsula. Two+ miles to the west is the unincorporated village of Cunard, named after of lumber company foreman who in the late 1800S sold cut-over lands to Swedish farmers, and became the village's first and only postmaster. Just a mile to the east, a thriving company town named Hermansville was founded in 1878 because of the abundant native cedar and pine growing in the area. As the mill prospered, over 200 Company-owned dwellings were built around a saw and shingle mill, for employees and their families. By the end of World War II the village's homes were all privately owned but the Village continues to serve as the Township seat. A couple of village historical buildings, a restored train depot and the former headquarters of the Wisconsin Land and Lumber Company, are on the National Register of Historic Places. There are year-round
outdoor activities available on the property, and in every direction from the property being offered for sale. This 360 +/- acre parcel is surrounded on all sides by thousands of acres of Corporate CFA Lands where you can walk in to hunt, trap, and fish in season. But you may never have to leave the property offered for sale, because the terrain and topography is ideal for consistent tracking of it's Whitetail. It is composed of Cover Funnels where thick brush, tall grass and small trees are pinched down into narrow areas to funnel deer movement down their paths. Edges where deer are attracted to travel between different types of terrain and cover - Edges of timber where it meets food plots and fields - and Edges of some low wet land where it meets high ground. Medium sized ridges overlooking small dips (Saddles) also provide deer with bedding places where they can watch for danger. The parcel is enrolled in a Quality Forest Management Plan, and has been set up with numerous food plots and an extensive mowed trail systems that meanders throughout the parcel. Several blinds are set up for sunrise and sunset periods so Owners and Guests will have better luck on their morning or evening hunts when deer are most active. Other wildlife species available on the property are waterfowl, black bear, grouse, and turkey. If you enjoy snowmobiling or Atv'ing , you can access a main trail easily from this location. Michigan Trail Number 2 is a few miles north of the property. It connects to Trails 16 further to the north, Trail 115 to the west, and to Trail 331 to the east. The Escanaba to Hermansville Rail Trail, follows the former Soo Line Railroad, and offers non-motorized Mountain Biking, Walking, Horse Riding and X-Country Skiing. It is also open to all-terrain vehicle (Atv) riders and snowmobilers. It offers a heavily wooded ride with scenic overlooks from three bridges. You can jump on this trail in nearby Hermansville, and go 25.5 miles to its end near the Upper Peninsula State Fairgrounds in Escanaba. For anglers, Menominee County offers several lakes, the Menominee river which forms the boundary between the northeast corner of Wisconsin and the southern tip of the upper peninsula of Michigan, and miles of Lake Michigan frontage along its eastern border. You could also fish outside your door on your own private lake. An Additional 120 Acres is Also Available!  The 2,400 Square Foot Steel Walter's Brand Building, that overlooks the lake, is all set up for entertaining. The Living Quarters located at one end features a vaulted ceiling Great... Continued In Associated Documents MLS# 1117715

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Great Lakes and Land Real Estate Co., Inc.

12 West Broad Street
L'Anse, MI 49946
United States
(906) 524-6288