Online Auction - Private Island and ... for sale in Presque Isle, MI

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Online Auction - Private Island and Lodge in Presque Isle, MI
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Location: Presque Isle, MI
ONLINE REAL ESTATE AUCTION Ocober 30, 2018 at 8:00 am to November 1, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at www.LASTBIDrealestate.com. Opening Bid only $250,000.This property features a private Northern Michigan island! Situated on 5,600 acres of the pristine, fresh waters of Grand Lake, the island is located 20 miles north of Alpena, Michigan. This Brown Island property includes a 3000 sq. ft. lodge equipped with many furnishings, commercial grade kitchen and seating for 35 in the great room, all surrounded by ultimate privacy & tranquility. Easily convert the lodge to a single family residence with very little effort for a dreamy, private getaway or use the property as a fantastic investment opportunity for a family compound, private resort, celebrity retreat, hunt club, rehabilitation center, youth camp, or nature preserve. A 30'x40' pole barn for storage & two (16'x20') heated cabins can be used as additional living quarters or guest houses. Electricity is provided from mainland via marine cable and water is supplied by a deep water well. Enjoy many meandering trails through hardwoods & evergreens as well as a variety of wildlife including deer, turkey & the king of birds, the bald eagle. Endless possibilities await for this once in a lifetime opportunity. Sale includes 50' waterfront access lot on the mainland. Selling in Conjunction with Leist Auctioneers/MichiganAuctions.com. Please see our website for more info, photos, and terms.

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Price: $250,000
Flexibility: Opening Bid
Opening Bid: $250,000
Property Location
17934 Brown Island
Presque Isle, MI 49777
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Acreage: 46.3 Acres
Zoning: R-2, Single Family Residential
School District: Presque Isle
Agent Name: Jordan Miedema
Broker: Jordan Miedema
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  • Price: $250,000

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