Gillespie Hunting Camp – 29265 Greene’s Lake Road
The “Half-a-Bubble Out” Deer Camp located at Greene’s Lake was the late Robert Gillespie’s 60 Acre deer hunting camp/second home on the north and northeast side of the big field at the Greene’s Lake access point. This acreage has a lot of the large oak trees such as those you see along Greene’s Lake Road just south of the camp building. It makes this spot excellent for deer hunting. With the baiting ban now in place this “natural-draw” hunting area will have better hunting than other deer camps. The ten acres by the building also has two food-plots – open areas for blinds. The “camp” 32’x120’ building looking down the hill at Greene’s Lake is more like a Western States lodge than a deer camp cabin; it is the largest and best on Beaver Island. New finishing and remodeling of this home was recently completed. A couple could actually use this building as a retirement residence (the 32’x40’ part) and have a large heated attached garage/pole barn (the 32’x80’ part) behind the house. This extra, large work or storage room in the back of the building could be turned into an additional apartment/guest house or a fabulous workshop area – or park your equipment for working the sixty acres inside. This “house” has a 4” deep well, an almost new septic system, a wood burning boiler hot water system for in-floor heating. It also has three “mini split” electric heating units installed for when the furnace is off. It has two bedrooms, a new kitchen in the great room and new bathrooms. You have to see this spot and structure to understand and appreciated it. With just 30 acres the Asking Price is $295,000. With all 60 acres $350,000.