Hunting Land for sale in Michigan, Michigan Hunting Land for sale, Land for sale in Michigan, Hunting Land for sale in Clare County, Michigan – 200 acres.

2100 Bailey Dr
Harrison, MI
Offered at: $650,000
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Property Type: Hunting Property
Property Status: Active
Property Features: Barn, Cabin - Year round, Garage, Lodge, Mineral rights included, pole barn, Quality Deer Management Area, River/Stream, Trail system, Woods, Year round home
Description:

Hunting Land for sale in Michigan, Michigan Hunting Land for sale, Land for sale in Michigan, Hunting Land for sale in Clare County Michigan, 200 acres with 7 bedroom lodge. Clare County hunting lodge or multi-family retreat!! This sprawling 7-8 bedroom home sits back a half mile off the road on 200 acres of prime mid Michigan deer habitat. There is a large master bedroom at each end of the home both with its own full bathroom and large walk in closets. There are also 2 additional full baths to accommodate the remaining rooms. The giant central gathering room measures 30’x 31′ and features a fireplace as well as a pellet burning stove. The kitchen, dining and living room are combined into one large open floor plan space also with a pellet burning stove. There are multiple doors to access the giant covered porches on the front and back. The view from the 16’x 64′ back porch looks over a large open area with a pond and apple trees scatted around the edges. The 5 block crawl space has a newly installed vapor lock system that is so efficient it is as warm and dry as the rest of the home. Out front is a brand new 66’x 30′ concrete parking space. The giant 4000 plus sq ft pole barn features sliding and over head doors as well as new concrete almost completely throughout. When the addition was put on the home in 2009 a new metal roof was put on both the home and the barn. The property comes with 4 elevated blinds already in place. Quality Deer Management has been practiced here for years and the woods has the diversity to support whitetails year round. There are large rolling oak ridges, dozens of wild mature apple trees, low swampy areas for the deer to hide when the surrounding pressure is on them and thick dense thermal cover to help them survive the hard winters. An added bonus is a 120 acre landlocked parcel of state land that runs along the entire southern border. That piece is only accessible by a few adjoining landowners. The list goes on and on, this property is a must see. **all information is not warranted or guaranteed and aerial pic is an approximate layout of the border and not deemed a survey

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