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$438,000 – Lake Margarethe

2466 Danish Landing Road Grayling

Residential, Residential Water, Water Rights


106′ FRONTAGE ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE MARGRETHE! Executive Home offers 1840 sq. ft. with open floor plan w vaulted ceilings & wood beam. Brick fireplace w bookshelves and built ins. Sunroom. 3 bedroom, 2 baths and attached garage with lots of storage. Kitchen offers hickory cabinets w built in desk, lazy susan, granite counters, stainless appliances. Jenn-Air Elec. Stove, dishwasher refrig., washer & dryer. Built in hutch in dining area. Garbage disp.,reverse osmosis system, water softener. Oak floors, alarm system, underground sprinkler system, dehumidifier in crawl space

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$549,000 – North Branch

1139 Deckrow Grayling

Residential, Residential Water


3 Bedroom, 3 bath offering 2632 sq. ft. Open floor plan to kitchen & dining. Large foyer, Kitchen offers dual fuel gas range w electric oven, vent, garbage disposal,Custom Kitchen Cabinets by Merilat. Side by side refrig.w ice and water maker. Granite counters and backsplash, lazy Susan, Kitchen Island with storage, pull out drawers, conv. microwave, dishwasher, large walk in pantry lined with cedar. Marble tile entry and into powder room. SELLER’S OFFERING A 1 YEAR HOME WARRANTY PROTECTION PLAN!
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$235,000 – North Branch

10465 Island Grayling

Residential, Residential Water


161′ North Branch AuSable River with beautiful setting. 2 story home offer 2016 sq. ft. with 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, beautiful stone natural fireplace,cathedral ceiling, wood & tile floors, open floor plan to dining and great room. Walk in closets, Laundry room on main floor, walkout deck off great room and dinning area. Private balcony off 2 upstairs bedrooms overlooking the river. 1/2 log siding.Furniture negotiable. Appliances included.
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