Ed Wojan Email: email@example.com Office: 800-268-2711 Fax: 231-448-2717
McCafferty Home & Farm - 27890 Barney's Lake Rd.
Approximately 17 acres of old farmland with a lot of it cleared pasture land. The large building on the parcel has an absolutely beautiful 2520 sq. ft. apartment plus a 12'x20' screened-in porch, and a large deck on the west side of it, that would make a good year-round home for any couple or family. The 76'x160' large building and apartment were originally set up as the ultimate equestrian center/riding arena. The building also has three other small apartments in it. There is a multitude of uses you might put this building to if you did not want to keep horses. The ground floor level of the large building has a substantial workshop area, and many other features too numerous to mention here. You really need a tour of the building to appreciate it. This big indoor area could be used for a gathering area for events, a dinner area for a large crowd, a games area or indoor camping area for large groups and whatever else your imagination can come up with. (The zoning of this parcel allows for "campgrounds" and/or "cabin, courts" which Beaver Island sorely needs.)
The property also has in addition to the large building a 48'x64'x16' high walls pole barn for storage of materials and supplies or other storage such as RV's. The property has several other small storage outbuildings. there is also a very special "party building" that all of the Islanders love called "The Dog House." This building is set up for private parties, in a bar or old saloon style setup. It has a corner stage for a band, a long shipwreck bar, wood barrel tables, a bathroom area, and an outside deck with tables that looks out over the fields on the 40 acres to the northeast. This party spot could be easily turned into a mother-in-law's apartment or a separate rental without too much trouble. This property is very unique and different from what you usually see, so you really need to take a tour of the facility with Ed Wojan or John McCafferty.