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Lots 59-60-61 Maple - Michigan Building Lots For Sale! They are located in "Three Lakes", an area of south-eastern Baraga County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. This property is made up of three Lots (59, 60 and 61), with a combined size of .674 Acres. The property is part of a subdivision created around Petticoat Lake, in the 1950s. This is a private lake, with no public access. Petticoat covers over 70-Acres, and is about 25 to 30 feet deep. The irregularly shaped lake has two miles of shoreline with several bays and coves. These contours provide food, shelter, and spawning areas for its Crappie, Northern pike, Yellow Perch, Pumpkinseed sunfish, Rock bass, Smallmouth bass, and Walleye. The water warms up in the summer for some great leisure boating and swimming, and groups of Owners get together on their row boats, paddle boats, and pontoons for hours of sunny afternoon relaxation. The most common boats are pontoons, but kayaks are becoming more and more popular. To protect the serenity of the lake, between the hours of 6:30 p.m. and 10:00 a.m. of the following day, vessels are operated at low speeds, and there is no towing of water skiers, water sledders, or surfboarders. If "the fishing action" on Petticoat isn't great enough, just a mile north is the chain of lakes, 462-Acre Beaufort Lake, 160-Acre George Lake, and the most northern of the lakes, 192-Acre Ruth Lake. The waters of Petticoat and Heart Lake (to the south) leave these water bodies and begin a long southeasterly journey. The water joins to become the Petticoat Creek that runs into Spruce Lake. The water leaves the northeastern end of this private lake, and becomes the Spruce River. Continuing on it's south-eastern journey it meets up with water leaving the south end of Lake Michigamme, and becomes the Michigamme River. The river has Smallmouth bass, Northern pike, Yellow perch and a few Brown trout. Further down stream the water flows through the Michigamme Reservoir, and Peavy Pond then dumps into the Brule River. Where these rivers join, they become the Menominee River which forms part of the Michigan-Wisconsin border. The water then empties into the Green Bay of Lake Michigan. All these rivers and lakes are surrounded by thousands of acres of Copper County State Forest, and Corporate CFA land, for access to great fishing and hunting opportunities. Wildlife includes moose, wolves, bear, deer, loons and eagles. The "Three Lakes" area is also known for Snowmobiling, and there are Multi-Use State Trails for year-round motor sports, and the North Country Trail for hiking and horseback riding are a few miles away. The main east-west Snowmobile Trail No. 8 is about two miles away. A gas-grocery convenience store, bar-restaurants, and unique shops are a few miles away in the historic Village of Michigamme. Joining of the Lake Association is Voluntary, but there are benefits to becoming a member. The $30 Annual Association Fee is used for Walleye fish stocking, and other... Continued In Addendum

Listing information

  • MLS® ID: 1097520
  • Stories: 0
  • Lot Area: 0.67
  • Neighborhood: Spurr T
  • Style: Other
  • New Construction: No
  • Lot Size: 220x111x211x148
  • School District: Republic-Michigamme
  • Status: Active
  • Foreclosure: No
  • County: Baraga
  • Body of Water: Petticoat Lake

Features

At Ski Resort No
CABLE Not Available
ELECTRIC Available at Street
Exclusions (Y/N) No
FINANCING OPTIONS None
Foreclosure (Y/N) No
NATURAL GAS Not Available
Other Body of Water - Petticoat Lake, Zoning - Rural - Residential
OUTBUILDINGS None
POSSESSION At Closing
ROAD Gravel
SEWER None
SHORELINE Not Applicable
TELEPHONE Available
TERRAIN Combination, Flat, High, Rolling
Trailside No
WATER None
Water View Lake
Waterfront None
WOODED Partial
Listing Courtesy of Tim Keohane of Great Lakes and Land Real Estate Company