Amazing Northern Michigan Homes: Old Mission Peninsula’s Bluff’s Neighborhood

The Bluff’s Neighborhood on Old Mission Peninsula is a beautiful, quiet community on the hills overlooking East Bay.

“Although it’s a very well appointed home, it’s a very comfortable home,” said Kim Costanza, real estate agent for Coldwell Banker. “It’s a level of I would call it like casual elegance in this house.”

Before you even walk through the doors of this immaculate home, you’re welcomed by some of its stunning features.

Over 35-hundred square feet of deck and patio space surround the home to let you take full advantage of the beautiful landscape of Old Mission Peninsula.

“The outdoor living space is absolutely outstanding,” she said. “When you see it, it just invites you right in, that was the first thing thought when I saw it was ‘oh my gosh, I want to sit there and just enjoy’, I can imagine in the summer those summer evenings just how fabulous it must be to be able to enjoy a glass of wine or lemonade out there.”

Once you’re ready to make your way inside the main house, you’ll find a beautifully laid out home that was thoughtfully remodeled into a truly gorgeous and comfortable dwelling place.

The main floor hosts a gourmet kitchen with top of the line appliances, a warm and inviting living room with fireplace, two bedrooms and a full bath.

The incredible master suite takes up the top floor and offers convenience and comfort.

“Having the separate seating area so you have like your own little private living space up there which is really nice and having a laundry up there is fantastic also,” said Kim “You truly can retreat which I think is really nice feature especially if you’re raising children or have a house full of people, it’s nice to have a place like that.”

The main house has two more bedrooms on the lower level bringing the total number to five, more beautiful living space with custom built-ins and a stunning modern bathroom.

The property also has a versatile carriage house that could be used as a two car garage, home gym, storage space or workshop.

The space upstairs would make for a great rec room, man cave, art studio or anything else you can imagine to complete your Northern Michigan retreat.

“The whole home is a retreat,” she said. “There is 2,700 feet of frontage that comes with the bluffs neighborhood. You can have a shore station. There are tennis courts and walking trails so it’s a beautiful community and also well-appointed just like the house.”

Click here for the listing of this Amazing Northern Michigan Home.

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