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53 Creekwood Drive - REDUCED! Beautifully wooded 1.6 acre lot in Sylvan Shores Subdivision on the Shore of Lake Michigan. Located between South Haven and Saugatuck near Glenn. Includes access to 700' of private beach and tennis court. One of the largest lots in the development offers a very secluded setting. This lot is priced for a quick sale! Adjacent comparable lots are priced between $140k and $150k. This is 1/2 the price! There is a small gully with seasonal creek running through it. Huge mature trees and ground cover offer a natural rustic setting. Great location for your private wooded getaway.

Listing information

  • MLS® ID: 16004729
  • Stories: 0
  • Lot Area: 1.61
  • County: Allegan
  • Style: Lot/Land
  • New Construction: No
  • Lot Size: 330x217
  • School District: South Haven
  • Status: Active
  • Foreclosure: No
  • Estimated Annual Taxes: $2,100
  • Subdivision: H27 - Ganges/Glenn

Features

Assoc. Amenities Beach Area, Tennis
Auction or For Sale For Sale
Lot Description Buildable, Ravine, Wooded
Other Lot Square Footage - 70132.00, Road Frontage - 0.00, Waterfront Options: Water Frontage - 0.00
Property Sub-Type Lot
Sale Conditions None
Street Type Easement
Terms Available Cash/Conventional
Util Avail at Street Electric
Utilities Attached None
Water Fea. Amenities All Sports, Assoc Access, Deeded Access
Water Type Lake
Waterfront Options: Body of Water Lake Michigan
Waterfront Options: Water Access Y/N Yes
Waterfront Options: Waterfront Y/N No
Listing Courtesy of Ronald Seiler of Coldwell Banker Weber-Seiler