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Leland Summer Home w/huge porch on Lake Leelanau

Maison entière. Hôte : Tim
8 voyageurs4 chambres6 lits1,5 salle de bain
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This large, Leland lakefront house is THE oldest cottage on North Lake Leelanau. Built in 1902 and located on Juniper Trail, a short walk to downtown Leland. It has 4 bedrooms plus a bunk bed in the hall, and a huge, wrap-around porch that is fantastic for enjoying the lake view, regardless of weather. No TV, no wi-fi, no stress! Pure, old-fashioned fun and relaxation for the whole family. Fresh air that smells of pine. 100 feet of lakefront with dock, boats, and bikes and more. Paradise!

Le logement
Spacious Leland Summer home with a huge wrap around porch and fabulous lake view. About 30-40 minute drive to Traverse City or the Sleeping Bear Dunes in Glen Arbor. Four bedrooms, three with double beds, one with a twin and a bunk bed (dubbed "the kids room," but fine for all ages), plus another bunk bed in the wide, upstairs hallway. Unapologetically old-fashioned, the house has no TV or internet. Never had it, never will. Wi-fi is available in Leland at the library and several other locations in town. No smoking inside please.
Contact Tim Hoerner 248-866-6000

Accès des voyageurs
Bikes, paddleboat, rowboat, canoe, 2 kayaks, "aqua lily pad" (raft), life vests, fishing gear, beach toys.

Autres remarques
The cottage is 115 years old and retains its rustic charm. For example the clawfoot tub is about 100 years old. The kitchen has the original "farmhouse" sink. No dishwasher. No AC, but fans in every bedroom. No washer or dryer, but lots of clotheslines for your wet towels and suits! There is a laundromat in Sutton's Bay, about 20 minutes away.
Plenty of day trips within a short drive: Sleeping Bear Dunes, Traverse City, Tall Ships, lots of wineries and breweries, Crystal River Canoe Trip, etc. But why anyone would want to leave the front porch and the dock is beyond us!
This large, Leland lakefront house is THE oldest cottage on North Lake Leelanau. Built in 1902 and located on Juniper Trail, a short walk to downtown Leland. It has 4 bedrooms plus a bunk bed in the hall, and a huge, wrap-around porch that is fantastic for enjoying the lake view, regardless of weather. No TV, no wi-fi, no stress! Pure, old-fashioned fun and relaxation for the whole family. Fresh air that smells of…

Couchages

Chambre 1
1 lit simple, 1 lit superposé
Chambre 2
1 lit double
Chambre 3
1 lit double
Chambre 4
1 lit double

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Fer à repasser
Parking gratuit sur place
Chaise haute
Baignoire
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Leland, Michigan, États-Unis

One-half mile walk to downtown Leland and historic Fishtown. Fishtown was a fishing village back in the day, and you can still buy fresh fish, caught daily, at Carlson's. They also make their own fabulous smoked fish and jerky.
Lake Leelanau connects to Lake Michigan via a channel that goes through Fishtown. There is lots of public access beach in the Leland area if you prefer to play in the big waves. Leland also has a public marina. The marina and Van's Beach are wonderful places to watch the sunset. You can also take a sunset cruise of the Lake Michigan shoreline or book a charter fishing boat, and there are ferries that leave from Leland to go to the Manitou Islands.
Leland has a grocery store (the Leland Mercantile), restaurants, coffee shops, ice cream shops, a bakery, a bookstore, a library, and lots of neat gift shops.
Baseball and soccer field and public tennis courts just around the block from our house. It is a 30 to 40 minute drive to Traverse City, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park, Suttons Bay or Northport.
One-half mile walk to downtown Leland and historic Fishtown. Fishtown was a fishing village back in the day, and you can still buy fresh fish, caught daily, at Carlson's. They also make their own fabulous smok…

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    Règlement intérieur
    Arrivée : Après 14:00
    Départ : 11:00
    Non fumeur
    Pas d'animaux
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