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334 Apache Trail - This building site has gorgeous views of Lake Michigan and is just a short walk to over 2000' of deeded association beach for all your summer fun. There is a North and South beach entrance featuring tiered decks with built in seating if you want to just sit and enjoy some of the most awesome sunsets around! Low bluff, so it's an easy walk down to the waters edge for a quick dip in the lake or stroll for miles on the beach. Cobmoosa Shores is approximately 1 hour north of Grand Rapids, and is close to Silver Lake sand dunes, Stony Lake for fishing, and there are 3 nice golf courses close by. This is simply a fabulous area to build your dream home or cottage...very affordable Lake Michigan living! * Go to www.cobmoosashores.com for plat map and association information.

Listing information

  • MLS® ID: 16030235
  • Stories: 0
  • Lot Area: 0.39
  • County: Oceana
  • Style: Lot/Land
  • New Construction: No
  • Lot Size: 60x280x60x278
  • School District: Shelby
  • Status: Active
  • Foreclosure: No
  • Estimated Annual Taxes: $223
  • Subdivision: O20 - Benona Shelby Clay Banks Grant


Assoc. Amenities Beach Area
Assoc. Fee Incl. Other, Snow Removal
Auction or For Sale For Sale
Lot Description Wooded
Other Lot Square Footage - 16988.00, Road Frontage - 60.00, Waterfront Options: Water Frontage - 0.00
Property Sub-Type Lot
Sale Conditions None
Street Type Paved, Private, Unpaved
Terms Available Cash/Conventional
Util Avail at Street Cable, Electric, Telephone
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 Diane M Frazine of Midwest Prop of Michigan(Main)