Peaceful retreat on the Pine River. This 2001 built log cabin home has 165' of frontage on a 1 acre lot. Over 1500 of square footage of living space including a walkout in the partially finished basement. 3 bedrooms plus an office gives you room to relax and enjoy the home year round. Central location in the Mid-Michigan area between Midland (15 Minutes) and Mt. Pleasant (30 Minutes).
The exterior logs have been recently sealed to give a fresh look to the property. Property has a shed for storage and has room for a garage.
View of the first floor as you walk in. Open balcony over looks the living space and kitchen. Wood planked walls and ceiling bring the outdoors inside. Very open living layout.
Closer look at the dining room. Great view of the river from the sliding door.
Closer look at the kitchen. Adequate counter-top space and storage.
Side porch of the home at the main entry.
Just around the corner is a long deck facing the Pine River. Sliding door off the dining room brings the outdoors inside.
Several large windows give a great view during the winter months.
Open living room with vaulted ceilings and a view out to the river.
Looking back towards the dining room/kitchen.
Main floor bathroom connected to main floor master bedroom.
Laundry room tucked away in the bathroom conveniently located near the master bedroom.
Main floor master with ceiling fan,
Dual closets. The door leads to the bathroom/laundry room.
Great open loft space.
Looking down from the balcony.
Unfinished space in the basement houses all the mechanical's of the home.
Lower level bedroom with a view of the river.
Looking back at the kitchen and dining room. Knotty pine finishes gives emphasizes the up north feeling.
Looking back at the house from the river. Photos were taken the Monday after the flood.
View of the porch and river from the east edge of the property.
Looking east down river. Property is flanked by trees on the east and west giving ultimate privacy from any neighbors. Farm fields across the river round out your "neighbors".
Looking out towards the river.