$4,900,000 | Built 2004 | 10,376 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 7.5 Baths | 40.1 Acres
Designed by Steenwyk Architects and built in 2004, this custom 10,300 square foot residence in Holland, Michigan was partially inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s work. The expansive 40 acre property, which was to be auctioned in 2019 with Interluxe, is currently available to purchase for $4.9 million. It’s unknown what came of the auction. Developed for a car collector, in addition to the 10,300 square foot main house, there is also a two-storey 12,000 square foot temperature controlled garage complete with showrooms, lockers and entertaining area. The structure is accessible to the main house via an underground tunnel. The main house includes beautifully appointed living spaces, a large kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, a luxury master retreat, built-in furniture, home theatre and lower level bar. Spread across 40 acres, the property also includes a 2 acre pond which can be used as an ice rink in the winter months, and outdoor entertaining area with pool, hot tub, patios and summer kitchen. The property also includes extensive trails and a mile-long motocross track. The property is on the market for $4.9 million with Wendy Ryder of Coldwell Banker. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.
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