TO BE SOLD ABSOLUTE NO MINIMUM NO RESERVE 2565 S. Larks Lake Road, Harbor Springs, MI Property Brochure
Surrounded by the Huron State Forest, with gated entry onto the property, the primary estate home consists of two levels of over 6,700 sq. ft. of luxury living strategically positioned on the over 20 acres included with this offering. The home consists of 5 generous bedrooms, including a master bedroom with a vaulted ceiling; 4-1/2 baths, including a master bath with a walk-in shower and Jacuzzi styled tub; a large gourmet kitchen with high-end appliances, including a Viking range, a dining area and cafe style breakfast room overlooking a trout pond with a sweeping view of the Pleasantview Valley, Nub’s Nob and Boyne Highlands ski areas.
An attached heated 1,100+/- sf garage allows for ease of parking for up to 3 SUV’s. The garage entry into the home has private access to an upper level exercise gym. There is a separate fully heated 900+/- sf detached garage with additional upper and lower storage space. The home features state of the art geothermal heating and cooling, separately zoned, split stone fireplaces in both the upper and lower levels in addition to a fireplace in a private sitting room adjacent to the master bedroom, complemented by meticulously hand-picked white cedar walls and cathedral ceilings on all levels. Large floor to ceiling windows in the great room provide serene views of the manicured lawn, trout pond, horse pastures, a 10,000+/- sf indoor riding arena custom finished with state of the art design and craftsmanship, including 6 horse stalls constructed with ash wood, haylofts, and a private viewing room adjacent to a tack room for the horse lover’s complete enjoyment. There is also a separate building of approximately 1,200+/- sf, formerly known as the “small-animal” barn that housed a variety of animals enclosed by a fenced-in area providing a small petting style zoo.
Asphalt parking and main roads lead to a series of private trails that connect to a separate wood shed and a work shop equipped with radiant tube heating and electrical power to facilitate the maintenance of the estate’s buildings and properties. Nestled at the edge of the famous North Country National Scenic Trail, one of the most charming aspects of the property is a guest cabin constructed of European cordwood which sleeps six, includes gas forced air heat and a fireplace.
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