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Magnificent all wooded 20 acre site along scenic Marshall Road in Scio Township. Perfect for a secluded estate or a small exclusive development. Surveyed, perked and ready to build. Currently split into two ten acre buildable sites, with the possibility of additional splits. Quiet and private location, yet close to major sh...

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Magnificent all wooded 20 acre site along scenic Marshall Road in Scio Township. Perfect for a secluded estate or a small exclusive development. Surveyed, perked and ready to build. Currently split into two ten acre buildable sites, with the possibility of additional splits. Quiet and private location, yet close to major sh...

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This approximately 1465 acres is set upon one of the most scenic areas of the Manistee River. The river is recognized as one of the Top Blue Ribbon Trout Streams east of the rocky mountains. Almost one half of a mile of river meanders through this property with additional tributary streams. A dining hall lodge with caretake...

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Large tranquil double lot build site in desirable location. (Parcel 2 - Property ID: 1101400041 and Parcel 4 - Property ID: 1101400039.) Private 5.36 acres surrounded by woods and an abundance of wildlife. Driveway already in place. Conveniently located three miles to I96 and to M59 and just four miles to downtown Brighton....

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Custom built 5 bed 4 bath home just minutes from Lake Michigan & Pentwater Lake! A beautiful stonework fireplace keeps the living room nice and warm! There is a large kitchen w/ space & storage where you can let your inner chef out, just past the kitchen, you'll find a large formal dining room. The main floor also contains ...

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These lots have a great walk out potential that could overlook your private and secluded valley. Coming with association Thornapple river access just 100 feet away and a tennis court. Natural gas and electric available at the street. BTAVI. LOTS 412335302017 & 412335302016....

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Your chance to own 143 private acres! Plenty of space indoors as well, with 6 beds and 5 full baths! Finished walk out basement with kitchen, bedroom and living room. Basement is set up for dogs and has access to fenced 20x 80 dog yard, 60 x 120 indoor arena, with multiple stalls and lean to. Polly Ann Trail conveniently ru...

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Beautiful 1900 Sq. Ft. Brick Ranch sitting on 5.5 Acres with Private Pond and Massive Steel Construction Pole Barn. This Home Built in 1998 features: 3 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths, Gourmet Kitchen, Vaulted Ceilings, Dual Sided Fireplace, Separate Dining Room, Mud/Laundry Room, Attached 3 Car Garage built on a Full Basement. Th...

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Bring your Builder! Great investment! 8.79 acres in Fort Gratiot! Public water and sewer available. Located between 24th Avenue and Parker Rd., this land has a 1200 sq ft garage, with floor, on the property. Land is splittable with approval of Fort Gratiot land use board....

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Make this family-owned farm yours. This tract has been in the family for nearly a hundred years. This one of a kind farm features beautiful timber ridges that all meet in the center of the farm. Ridges consist of mixed hardwoods including Cherry, Maple, Oak, Beech Walnut and a stand of pines creating a great therm...

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MICHIGAN FARM ACREAGE "40" FOR SALE...This property is located in Covington Township, north of the Villages of Watton and Covington, which are in south-western Baraga County. This Michigan, Upper Peninsula community, holds numerous cultural and recreational events throughout the year, and is a Year-Round Outdoor Recreationa...

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MICHIGAN HISTORIC HOBBY FARM FOR SALE - WITH MANY, MANY RECENT UPDATES! (See List) This property is located in Covington Township, north of the Villages of Watton and Covington, which are in south-western Baraga County. This Michigan, Upper Peninsula community, holds numerous cultural and recreational events throughout the ...

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Commercial Business Building For Sale IN Manistique, Michigan. The City of Manistique is located on the south side of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. It developed in the late 1800'S as a lumber and fishing community nestled at the mouth of the Manistique River on Lake Michigan. The Manistique River is over 60 miles long and run...

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40 ACRE MICHIGAN RECREATIONAL PARCEL FOR SALE!! This parcel is located In Moose Country, in South-Central Baraga County, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. An area known for Black bear, Bobcat, Coyote, Fisher, Hare, Raccoon, Ruffed grouse, Moose and Whitetail deer sightings - it is a great wildlife viewing and hunting area...

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1,275 +/- Acre Michigan Recreational Parcel For Sale. This 1,275 +/- Acre Parcel is located in Ontonagon Township which is located in north-central Ontonagon County, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Entrance to this property is located about 3 miles east of the Village of Ontonagon, and it has about a half mile of fronta...

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Welcome home to 420 W Church Rd! This 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath ranch style home is situated on a beautiful 40 acre parcel in Morrice, MI! A nice foyer greets you upon entering this home and leads to a large living room anchored by a warm fireplace. A kitchen just off the living room, offers newer cabinetry, and a newer stainless...

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2,035 +/- Acre Michigan Recreational Parcel For Sale. This 2,035 +/- Acre Parcel is located in Greenland Township which is located in north-eastern Ontonagon County, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It is located about 3 miles north-west of the Village of Greenland. There are over five miles of seasonal creeks meandering...

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1,275 +/- Acre Michigan Recreational Parcel For Sale. This 1,275 +/- Acre Parcel is located in Ontonagon Township which is located in north-central Ontonagon County, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Entrance to this property is located about 3 miles east of the Village of Ontonagon, and it has about a half mile of fronta...

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Beaver Lake Lodge - This 440 acre parcel is a pure hunting and recreational piece of property. This property is home to many species of wildlife (deer, bear, grouse, woodcock, snowshoe hares, coyotes, waterfowl, beaver, otter, pine marten, fishers, muskrats, and nongame species such as moose, wolves, eagles, and osprey). Th...

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Michigan's Farms, Forests, and Lakes

Bordering four of the Great Lakes, and containing some 11,000 smaller lakes, the State of Michigan has a lot of fresh water. It is the 10th largest state with a lot of wide, open spaces. Michigan is known as the Great Lake State and the Wolverine State. President Gerald Ford was the first and only U.S. president native to this state.

Michigan Industry

Home to Detroit, also known as Motor City, Michigan produced 18.5% of U.S. manufactured automobiles in 2017. Detroit has a long history with General Motors, Chrysler and Ford. The city claims to have produced more than two million cars and trucks in 2017. Detroit is the largest city in the state and is located on the Detroit River, which runs from Lake St. Claire separating part of the state from Ontario, Canada down to Lake Erie.

Tourism plays a large part in Michigan's economy. In 2014, visitors spent some $22.8 billion here, and tourism is on the rise according to a May 2018 article in the Great Lakes Echo. Much of the attraction is the vast amount of Great Lakes' shoreline.

Water sports and fishing are popular water sports including ice fishing in winter, as are snow skiing, snowboarding, sledding, snow tubing. In the summer, sporting activities change to boating, water skiing, hiking, and cycling. Michigan also has 650 public golf courses with long summer daylight hours in which to play.

Agriculture is also a key component to Michigan's economy with about 56,000 farms comprising 10-million acres. Ninety-five percent of the farms are independently or family owned. Approximately 923,000 are employed through agriculture here.

The state is the number 1 producer of tart cherries, and produces dry black and cranberry beans, blueberries, pickling cucumbers, and squash. More potatoes are grown here than in any other state. It is the second largest asparagus growing state, the second largest dairy product producing state, and the second largest Christmas tree grower state in the nation.

Michigan's Topography and Climate

Michigan lies above Indiana, Ohio, and Wisconsin, and is across Lake Michigan from Chicago and across from Canada on Lake Erie, as well as Lake Superior. The only Great Lake it does not border is Lake Ontario. It is an oddly-shaped state with some of its land not even touching itself with the Straits of Mackinac splitting it in two, connected only by the Mackinac Bridge spanning five miles on Highway 75.

The state's elevation doesn't vary much. It is 572' above sea level at the lowest point rising to 1,979' at Mt. Arvon, at its highest point. Far and away Michigan's population of 9.99 million live in the Lower Peninsula with only 3% to the north. Much of the Upper Peninsula is forested with about one-third of the land government owned.

The state capitol, Lansing, lies in the central part of the Lower Peninsula. Winter daytime temps in Lansing average in the low 30s while summer daytime temps average in the low 80s. There is some rain every month of the year, plus about 12-14" of snowfall in December, January, and February, tapering off with about seven inches in March and perhaps an inch or two in April.

What Type of Land is Available in Michigan?

Name your pleasure. There are literally hundreds of thousands of acres available in Michigan. Land for sale includes recreational land, hunting land, and farmland located on lakeshores or inland. If you are looking for rich land at affordable prices, Michigan has it. Whether you want to invest in an already working farm or develop your own crops, you'll find it here. Want a location to retire with a boat dock and plenty of fishing, that's available on one of the many lakes or rivers. If you're looking for investment property to develop in the future, close to the city suburbs or a more rural township, you can find that here, too. There's a lot of diverse land for sale in the state.

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