$4.59M Long Lake Waterfront Retreat For Sale in Traverse City, Michigan

Jason & Sam, Knightwing Media

Jason & Sam, Knightwing Media

$4.59M Long Lake Waterfront Retreat For Sale in Traverse City, Michigan

$4,599,900 | Built 2020 | 8,500 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 4 Baths | 1.17 Acres
1026 W Long Lake Rd, Traverse City, MI 49685

Built in 2020 on a 1.17 acre waterfront property, this 8,500 square foot residence enjoys frontage on Long Lake. The property is on the market for $4.59 million in Traverse City, Michigan. Listing details: Luxurious living is waiting for you! A stunning Long Lake architectural and dramatic designed custom home. A craftsman-style 8,500 square foot, 6 bedroom/4 bathroom with an oversized 3-car attached garage and a 40-foot x 50-foot pole building. This home has it all and the well thought out details of the construction and decor is something you have to see to understand. Taking in the coffered & barreled ceilings, brick accent wall, columns, sconce lighting, the custom built sauna off of the incredible home gym are just a few of the things that you see before you get to the views and the frontage. The beach is private with terracing between the house and the beach all with gorgeous landscaping and perennials that set this one apart from most lakefront homes. A fire-pit, fire-table, foot wash, Michigan beach sand and one of the most incredible outdoor showers whether coming up from the beach or a post workout you will want to stand in this for hours. 

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This beautiful home has nickel gap shiplap in several areas that combined with the incredible decor touches make this a dream home! There is so much more to see when you enter this home….this is truly an entertainers delight that has been meticulously laid out with several recreation and family areas and gaming space for the young ones, hot tub, steam shower and a home theatre that will blow you away. LED lighting, 120′ acoustic screen with incredible surround sound, an entrance like no other with custom theatrical styled decor, AND, seating like the movie theatre that you may never want to leave. Long Lake is the most desirable inland lake in the Traverse City area for its proximity to downtown, schools and the areas most sought after tourist destinations. Don’t miss this one! The property is on the market for $4.59 million with Molly Buttleman of Coldwell Banker Schmidt-522. Photography by Jason & Sam of Knightwing Media.

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