MICHIGAN CABIN FOR SALE. This beautiful 80-Acre Log Cabin Hunting-Fishing Parcel, is located in in west-central Marquette County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula -A Sportsperson's Paradise! The log cabin has been a symbol since the early 19th century, of people of humble origins who became great. Seven United States Presidents were born in log cabins, including Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Jackson, and James Buchanan! This cabin will make you feel great in the Michigan's U.P. The parcel is bordered on the North and South by Escanaba River State Forest Lands, and on the North, East, and West by Corporate CFA Lands. These lands provide walk-in access for Hunting, Trapping and Fishing. Black bear, Bobcat, Coyote, Raccoon, Red fox, Ruffed grouse, and Whitetail deer is available on and off the property. A few miles to the west is the main North-South Republic-Champion Multi-Use State Trail No. 5 for ATVing, Biking, Hiking, Horseback riding, and Snowmobiling. Brocky Lake, a 90 Acre, 24 Foot Deep, Type B lake open for fishing all year, is just a couple miles "up the road". This lake is stocked each year with Brown and Rainbow Trout, and there are loons, moose and lots of other wildlife to observe here. There's a nice public launch site on the lake, and if you don't fish you can canoe or kayak its waters instead. If you seek stream fishing, the Brown and Koops Creeks join to form the Second River (a tributary of the Middle Branch of the Escanaba River) about a mile+ south west of the property for some great trout fishing! The original vintage cabin has a gabled-roof and horizontal round logs. This main cabin is used as a Living-Sleeping Area. Over the years additions have been added to provide more living space. A 7x14 enclosed porch (Non-Conforming Bedroom) can be used for an additional summer season sleeping area. A 6x23 covered patio leads to a 4x12 Changing Room and 8x12wood fired Sauna. Adjoining the sauna is a 7x11 Workshop. Other buildings on the property include a log sided Generator House, a 4x4Out House. The property has a rolling terrain, and trees common in the area include Balsam fir, Black ash, Black spruce, Eastern arborvitae, Quaking aspen, Red maple, Tamarack, White spruce, and Yellow birch. To schedule your private tour of this recreational property contact us today!! Researching if written legal access can be obtained.