A Prestigious Waterfront Legacy… Available for the first time, the Hazelbank Estate is the largest and most prestigious estate on southwest Michigan's waterfront. Sited on Lake Macatawa in Holland, Michigan, with 886 feet of frontage it encompasses 38 acres, making the options endless. Designed and lovingly created by the current owners in the coastal tradition with over 17,000 sq ft. For the avid boater, the onsite dock will accommodate even the largest vessel giving ease of access to Lake Michigan. The property offers a stable, paddocks, pastures and ample acreage for your riding pleasure. Sunset waterfront views for family gatherings, the indoor, and the outdoor pool offer year round opportunities for fun and exercise. Everything about it speaks of luxury, comfort and relaxation and provides all that is needed for entertaining or relaxing strolls in the glorious perennial gardens. Most importantly, it is the quiet and the solitude, the water and the wonders of nature coming together in seasonal beauty that make this Estate significant. Located close to town and just over two hours from Chicago - The Hazelbank Estate. Future development options as well as aggressive, market reflective pricing make this a worthy consideration for the astute buyer. Whether seeking to procure a legacy investment, the establishment of a Bed & Breakfast, a corporate retreat, an equestrian center, a “gentlemen’s” farm or the design of a planned community as well as subdividing the property for individual homes - the options for this property is only limited by initiative.
The lakeside towns of northern Michigan have never been much of a secret to Mid-Westerners. They’ve been coming to this area known simply as Up North for generations. In the late 1800s, steamships sailed into the deep-water ports bringing guests eager to escape summer’s heat and humidity.ミシガンの高級物件についてさらに読む
Holland is best known for its Dutch heritage, evident in many of its attractions and events. Visitors can walk back through time in the Dutch Galleries of the Holland Museum, the renovated splendor of the Cappon House and a recreation of 1890s Netherlands at Nelis' Dutch Village. Other Holland exclusives include the only Delftware factory in the U.S., an authentic wooden shoe factory, and Windmill Island, home to our nation’s only working Dutch windmill. In early May, the world-reknown Tulip Time Festival fills the city with festive parades, over 1,500 authentically-costumed Dutch dancers and nearly six million tulips. The festivities continue with Dutch Winterfest’s Parade of Lights; visits from Sinterklaas, the Dutch St. Nicholas; and a traditional European open-air Christmas market. Holland is one of Michigan's premiere Beachtowns, with both Lake Michigan and Lake Macatawa providing plenty of fun for swimmers, boaters, skiers, sunbathers and sandcastle builders. The city also boasts an award-winning downtown, with more than 120 specialty shops, galleries and restaurants, including a penthouse bistro atop one of the first hotels in the U.S. to achieve LEED Gold Certification for its green design. A unique snowmelt system under the sidewalks makes Downtown Holland a year-round haven for visitors.