Luxury Outlook 2023
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Single Family Homes
An absolute stunning newer home on Walloon Lake being offered for the first time. This custom craftsman style post and beam built home is truly a one-of-a-kind. As you enter the home you are amazed by the imported arched reclaimed Douglas fir beams that span over 30 foot ceilings in the great room. The main and upper level finishes include a mixture of wormy maple walls, coffered ceilings, broad and batten, accompanied by Van Tassel granite accents, split stone floors, and hickory stairs. Designer kitchen features knotty alder cabinets, granite countertops and state of the art appliances. Just off the kitchen there is a butler's pantry and custom built wine cellar. Main level study with custom built-in cabinetry and tin accented ceilings. The upper level features two bedrooms plus large guest suite with a full kitchen and separate access. The loft is a cozy living area great for watching movies or relaxing with a good book. Beautiful master suite has a gas fireplace and sitting nook great for morning coffee, large master bathroom with his and hers closets, and inlaid marble flooring. The lower level has many fun features and is perfect for entertaining. Full size bar, media/bunk room, and fitness room with a steam/sauna shower with adjoining bath. There is also a project area and large storage room and golf simulator which can also be used for larger viewing projections. Open living and gaming areas surround a three sided fireplace. The oversized three car garage is equipped with a car hoist that is capable of storing a fourth car in the lower level and plenty of extra storage space. Other notable features are the iconic boathouse with two boat wells and a waterside gazebo. Western exposure with 387’ of prime lakefront, manicured landscaped grounds and a heated driveway. High-efficiency geothermal HVAC with in-floor heat and forced conditioned air. This home is truly one of Walloon Lake's most exquisite properties ever offered.
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.Show More