Transitional Dream Home on Michigan’s Lower Long Lake Reduced to $3.2M
$3,190,000 | Built 1994 | 6,322 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 6 Baths | 7 Acres
1660 Apple Lane, Bloomfield Township, Michigan, United States, 48302
We’ve been eyeing this unique property for several months now and after a substantial price reduction it was time to share it! It was designed by architect William Ku and built in 1994 on a large 7 acre property with water on three sides and a private sandy beach on Lower Long Lake. Accessed via a 350-foot private drive, the property includes the 6,322 square foot main house overlooking the lake as well as a secluded and detached garage building capable of storing more than twelve vehicles. The main house is clad in stone and topped with a cedar shake roof and showcases architecturally distinctive lines. Walls of floor-to-ceiling glass flood the 6,322 square foot living quarters with natural light and showcase awing views at every turn. The transitional-style interior with airy 10-foot to 15-foot ceilings features warm wood tones and elegant finishes. A wonderful great room, dining room, chef’s kitchen, library, office and divine master suite are among the generously-sized rooms for lavish entertaining and luxury living. There are four bedrooms, four full and one half bathrooms throughout. Enjoy breathtaking vistas of the peaceful water and nature, as well as your own sandy beachfront with both eastern and western views for stunning sunrises and sunsets. The property first hit the market in April of 2019 for $4,999,000 before dropping to $4,399,000 in May. It’s just been reduced to $3,190,000. It’s listed with Max Broock.