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Olson Home "Back 2 the Island"-35345 Bonners Landing Rd
Located on a 13.66-acre wooded parcel, this beautiful 1900 sq. ft., open-plan two-level house is in a secluded setting on the west side of Beaver Island with 200 feet of Lake Michigan beach frontage and spectacular sunset views only seven minutes from town. The 500 sq. ft. outdoor deck is accessible from the living room and bedrooms through large sliding glass doors. Bedrooms, living room, dining room and kitchen have full lake views. There is a separate 24’ x 32’ insulated garage (electric door opener) and a 12’ x 8’ covered shed for firewood.
The house is an ideal vacation home although it is well insulated for year-round occupancy. The lower level contains the cathedral ceiling living room with stone fireplace, two bedrooms, a full bath with separate tile shower and 9’ x 11’ utility room. The master bedroom’s sliding glass door leads to the three-season porch (combination glass and screened windows); the other bedroom’s sliding glass door opens directly onto the deck. Both bedrooms have large closets. There is a large closet in the entry hall and a spacious linen closet. Although currently used as a study, the 310 sq. ft. upper level with its 3/4 bath and large closet is equally suitable as a third bedroom. Living room and dining area floors are hardwood; the kitchen floor is Pergo white wood laminate; the remainder of the house has wall-to-wall carpeting. All windows and sliding glass doors are double thermo pane. Track lighting in living room and upper level study/bedroom, numerous brass lighting fixtures, and a 3-speed ceiling fan. Appliances: Stove, refrigerator, freezer, dishwasher, washer, dryer included. The 13.66 acres has a possibility of being split with interior lots being separated from the lakefront parcel.
This is one of the nicer homes on the west side of the Island with a lot of special features that make it the perfect second home. This home recently had a lot done to it by a new owner: New roofs were put on all three structures, a new well was put down, the view of Lake Michigan was opened up, a driveway was put in from the house to the base of the bluff, etc. of the lakefront home, and a driveway was put in from the Kuebler Trail to a building site on top of the bluff that can be used for a guest house on a much higher level but with close proximity to the main house. Ask Ed Wojan for a survey copy and the layout of the potential building sites. With a land value of $150,000 and a price drop of $10,000 this meticulously maintained home is a bargain at $332,000.