17,500 Sq. Ft. Shingle-Style Manor On 38-Acres On Lake Macatawa Once Priced At $18.9-Million, Now Yours For $9.9-Million (PHOTOS)
17,500 Sq. Ft. Shingle-Style Manor On 38-Acres On Lake Macatawa Once Priced At $18.9-Million, Now Yours For $9.9-Million
186 S Division Avenue, Holland, Michigan, United States, 49424
A spacious 17,500 square foot shingle-style manor on 38-acres with frontage on Lake Macatawa can now be yours for $9.9-million. The home, known as the Hazelbank Estate, originally came on the market in 2013 for $18.9-million before being reduced to $11.5-million in 2014. Construction began in 1993 with Chicago-based architect and designer John Tilton working with homeowner Holly Palmer, widow of P.T. Cheff, the former president of Holland Furnace Co., and was completed in 1998. The 17,500 square foot home rises four storeys with 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, and a lookout tower overlooking the 38-acre estate complete with stables, pastures, riding trails, an outdoor pool, pond with waterfall, and expanses of manicured lawns. Take in picturesque sunsets from the floor to ceiling windows, or spend a relaxed moment in the study, choosing a book from the built-in shelving units. Every detail has been carefully chosen and crafted creating a spectacular one-of-a-kind coastal-inspired estate. Palmer told MLive that every room in the home has a view of the lake. There are 5 wood burning fireplaces throughout, including one in the kitchen with a hearth made from antique Chicago bricks. Whether entertaining indoors or walking to the outdoor waterfall and pond on the grounds, there is no doubt this extraordinary property is a timeless escape. The property is currently on the market for $9,900,000 with Wendy Ryder.