Marquette, MI Marquette Country Land 5. acre for sale in Marquette, MI

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A great building site with 700 feet of sand beach frontage is available north of Marquette. Nothing like this beautiful long beach remains vacant in an unbroken tract so close to the largest city in the Upper Peninsula. It's a great site for your new home.It has a beautiful, private beach with 700 feet of frontage on Lake Superior, two building sites, 5 acres, a good all-season road, power and phone. In the past a boathouse was approved for this parcel.

This property lies close to the mouth of the Little Garlic River, 10 miles and about as many minutes north of Marquette's city limit. Forest cover ranges from monarch red and white pine near the lake to sugar maples on the higher land behind. The seller will consider splitting the property by selling a parcel with 201 feet of frontage and 1.62 acres.

The beach is magnificent. Virtually all of it is pure white sand. In front is what landscape architects and poets like to call the "limitless dimension" of Lake Superior, the greatest of the Great Lakes, an inland sea of crystal blue water. Standing here you hear the soft sigh of wind in the pines and the rhythmic wash of the surf. Superior is alternately peaceful, quiet, dramatic, grand, stupendous! Gulls bank and dive overhead, storm clouds sweep across the lake, fog banks surprise the unwary, crashing waves wash the shore, and ore boats pass in the night, bound for distant ports.

To the north and south long, sweeping points extend into Superior. The point to the north offers shelter from the prevailing westerly wind and surf. Granite Island lies a few miles off shore.

  • Price: $850,000

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