Nice home a short distance from Traverse city.
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Modern home located at the end of a sandy two track, private with easy access to many attractions. Located between Duck and Green Lake, with joint lake access to Duck Lake. Close to Traverse City, Sleeping Bear Dunes, Interlochen Arts Academy Events, and Interlochen State Park, Crystal Mountain Ski and Golf Resort. There are three bedrooms and two full bathrooms (one with a shower and one with a vintage tub), a fully loaded, newly renovated kitchen, washer and dryer, satellite TV in living room and Master bedroom. Gas grill on patio. Wood burning stove in living room. Our house is not on Duck Lake but we do share lake access just at the end of our road. Lake access 1/10 of a mile, joint access with boat mooring available. Due to swimmers itch swimming is safe waste deep but lengthy wading in the shallow is risky. I have been swimming in Duck Lake for 11 years and have never had swimmers itch, as long as you are careful and towel off the risk is very low. There are areas of the lake where you can wade and play frizbee, etc without concern but you need to boat there, thus a boat or kayak is a great way to enjoy this lake. We have provided 2 kayaks complimentary with the house. State Park and Interlochen Arts Academy 1.5 miles north. State park has a beach area and the Arts Academy houses many prominent concerts and performances in multiple art forms. Just a short distance away from Traverse City, MI, host of the National Cherry Festival, Traverse City Film Festival. Leelanau and Old Mission Peninsula's with over 20 vineyards. Many lakes, rivers and beaches within 20 minute radius. Lake Michigan and Sleeping Bear Dunes 30 minutes. Many golf resort opportunities: Grand Traverse Resort, Arcadia Bluffs, Crystal Mountain and many other smaller courses. State Park and Interlochen Arts Academy 1.5 miles north.
1 bunk bed
1 double bed
1 king bed
This place worked out well for us. The house and yard are nicely setup. It's a quiet place in the woods. Lake access is suitable for launching canoes or kayaks, but not for swimming. (You can swim at the state park down the road.) Bit far from restaurants, Traverse City and the Lake Michigan shore.