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10.04 Acres | Located in Kalkaska County, MI

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Discounted Cash Price

$44,950 $58,100
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Owner Financing Price

$635 For 60 months
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Description

If you are looking for options, this level, 10.04-acre lot may be just what you need. With a variety of options, you do not want to pass up this opportunity. The property has split zoning with the first 500 ft. zoned as C-1 (Commercial) and the remainder zoned as F-R (Forest Recreation). With zoning like this, you are allowed to build a campground or mobile home park. With 10 acres you can build the home or barndominium of your dreams in the back and startup a business in the front, while still having plenty of privacy. Camping is allowed for up to 120 days per year with the installation of water and waste disposal. Manufactured homes are allowed without any size restrictions. This is only a few possibilities of what you can do on this property. Local, convenient shopping and medical options can be found within a 20-minute radius. Fishing lovers, you’re in luck the Kalkaska area is known as a popular fishing destination with inland lakes and the Boardman, Rapid, and Manistee Rivers nearby. Don’t miss the National Trout Festival, that is held in Kalkaska the last week of April. Winter weather enthusiasts can enjoy a glittering white playground each winter for loads of outdoor winter recreation. Traverse City is only 30 minutes away where you can tour local wineries, restaurants, museums, and more. Take in the beautiful landscape on Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park, find your favorite spot on the freshwater beaches or hike through the miles of trails. No matter the season or temperature, you will always have something to fill your days nearby. Power running at the street – Well and septic will need to be installed. Owner Financing Available.

Property Information

Parcel Size

10.04

State

Michigan

County

Kalkaska

Nearest Cities

Traverse City

Parcel #

001-105-001-55

Address

County Road 612 NE Kalkaska, MI 49646

Legal Description

PARCEL G:PART ONE OF NE 1/4 OF SEC 5 T27N-R5W COM AT THE NE COR OF SD SEC 5 TH W 1994.57 FT TO POB TH S 1312.03 FT TH W 334.44 FT TH N 1311.72 FT TO N SEC LI TH E 332.43 FT TO POB CONT 10.04 ACRES

Property Taxes

$46.10 – Winter / $204.27 – Summer

Features

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Acres

10.04

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County

Kalkaska

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Access

Paved

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Power

At Street

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Water

Well & Septic need installed

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Coordinates

44.771199,-84.937105

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Zoning

C-1 and FR

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Elevation

1315 FT

Nearby Attractions/Cities

Traverse City

Nestled along the deep blue waters of the scenic Grand Traverse Bay, you will find Traverse City, one of the most poplar destinations in USA’s Great Lakes region, a charming “real American small town” that serves as a cultural and social hub of northern Michigan. Traverse City area has miles of continuous Lake Michigan shoreline that attracts swimmers, sailors, boaters, beachcombers, and kayakers. Discover Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, a 62-mile curve of beaches, coves, islands, and hills that was voted “Most Beautiful Place in America” by viewers of the Good Morning America show. Three lighthouses paint a serene picture of the past and draw visitors to the tip of the scenic peninsula. Angers can enjoy exploring Fishtown, a historic fishing village, before casting their own lines into some of the country’s finest trout streams.

Traverse City is also known as one of the best fruit-growing regions and the USA’s leading producer of tart cherries, making Traverse City a major wine and craft beer destination. The Traverse Wine Coast is dotted with more than 40 vineyards and wineries. Visit downtown with its tree-shaded Victorian walkways lined with boutiques, coffeehouses, and restaurants. With a large population of artists, craftsmen and musician, the community has a rich cultural life featuring dozens of galleries, studios, museums, and a wealth of performing talent.