The views are phenomenal overlooking Lake Michigan! Newer 2 story
home with 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths and sleeper sofa, sleeps 6.
Natural fireplace in living room. Fully furnished kitchen, towels
and linens, television, Stereo, CD and DVD player. Your own private
rock Beach with 224 feet of frontage (There is an incline down) Beautiful white sand swimming
Beach located in Algoma only 4 miles away and l6 miles south of
Algoma is one of the fishing capitals of the world for Salmon,
Rainbow, Brown or Lake Trout!
While in Algoma you will see panoramic views of the lighthouse,
fishing activities, one half mile of Cresent Beach and the Boardwalk,
with spectacular sunrises to greet you in the morning!
Algoma features wonderful shops, The States oldest Winery, and
delightful Restaurants. Hike or bike on the National Ice Age Trail,
or enjoy golf or tennis.The famous Ahnaphee Trails start within 1
mile from the beach house! In Winter enjoy snowmobiling and cross
country skiing or ice fishing! Or in summer just have a bonfire on
Algoma is the "gateway" to scenic Door County, which is only a 30
minute drive. Door Conty is a magical place to visit with many Art
Galleries, State Parks like White Fish Dunes State Park, Golf
Courses, Sandy Beaches, Unique Gift Shops, Wonderful Restaurants,
Bicycle and Horse Trails,and Museums.
Fishing, ice fishing, bonfires, walk on private beach.
Snowmobile, horse and hiking trails (Ahnapee Trails closeby), 5
acre private lot for family activities. Only l6 miles to historic
Sturgeon Bays shopping district. Take a day trip to Door County and
discover the rugged geography, many unique shops, many cultural
events in all 4 seasons.
Sit by the cozy fireplace and watch the ships and sailboats float
by. In winter, warm yourself by the fireplace after a day of cross
country skiing, skating, snowmobiling or ice fishing.
This is a perfect setting for the artist or writer who needs to get
their creative juices flowing! Make it your weekend, week or month
long retreat! Also available at a reduced price for the winter