OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 12-2!!!PRICE REDUCED $30,000~Just miles away from the hustle-n-bustle of Ann Arbor sits an oasis of peace and tranquility where the worries of the day fall away and one gets to simply enjoy the beauty and wonder that surrounds them...This is feel you get as you drive down the tree covered road to this extremely rare opportunity to own 500' of private frontage on Half Moon (Chain of lakes) that sits nestled in 7.5+/- acres in the coveted Chelsea School District, surrounded by 100's of acres of State Land & the Potowatami hiking/biking trails and top-notch fishing. This White Cedar log home boasts 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, master suite overlooking Half Moon Lake, remodeled kitchen complete with quartz counters and custom maple cabinets, 4 season sun porch, large laundry room, extra large 2 car garage with storage above and the most beautiful views from every room in the home. Enjoy time on the Azek composite deck or on the swimming/fishing dock or on the boat dock. On those cool nights curl up in front of the massive 2 story hand-laid real stone fireplace. ~Your Perfect oasis starts here~ Licensed MI Realtor must be physically present at all showings-no virtual showings allowed. More Pictures coming June 21!!!
From Baker Rd left on Main St. Main to Island Lake Rd, Right on to Dexter Town Hall Rd., left on to North Territorial, right on Hankerd, continue to Glenn Brook, left t on Lakeview Drive
North Creek Elementary
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Dwight E Beach Middle School
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Located in southeast Livingston County, the fastest-growing area of Michigan’s fastest-growing county, Pinckney’s population now approaches 2,500. With quick access to both US-23 and I-96, Ann Arbor, Detroit, Lansing, and Flint are within easy reach of Pinckney residents.
Aside from convenient commute distances, Pinckney’s appeal lies in its location in the heart of lake country, and adjacent to the Pinckney Recreation Area, a natural area of over 11,000 acres administered by Michigan’s Department of Natural Resources. Within minutes of Pinckney, the outdoor enthusiast will find more than a dozen lakes, as well as hunting areas and miles of hiking, biking, and riding trails.
Pinckney offers a variety of housing types, including small lakefront cottages, newer subdivisions, and executive residences.
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