3735 Incochee Road | Traverse City, MI 49684

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Description

What a view! This Wayne Hill home is a must see, and the front step is hard to leave with a vast view of Grand Traverse Bay in multiple directions. The potential here is huge, but this home is ready to be enjoyed on day one. There is plenty of space both inside and out, with over an acre of wide open lawn to customize to your liking, over two thousand square feet of living space, and tons of space for storage in the basement or large garage. Enjoy the covered front and back decks in all four seasons, and downtown TC is only a quick ride down the hill. Garfield township, so the taxes are less too! Come take a look - land contract terms available.

Directions

From Wayne and Bay Street, head up Wayne hill to Incochee Road - turn right, home is on left about halfway up.

Disclaimer

Copyright © 2020 Northern Great Lakes Realtors (NGLR) Listing provided by Northern Great Lakes Realtors (NGLR). The information in this listing was gathered from third-party sources including the seller. Home Waters LLC its subscribers disclaim any and all representations or warranties as to the accuracy of this information.

Property Listed By

Homewaters, Llc. 697 Hannah Ave, Suite B Traverse City, MI 49686

Property Sold By

Century 21 Northland. 241 E State Street Traverse City, MI 49684

No sold comparables found

About Slab Town/Incochee

History

Lumber was king in Traverse City and throughout most of the northern Great Lakes from the late 1800's through the early 1900's.  More money and more millionaires were created during Michigan's lumber boom than during the entire California gold rush.  Grand Traverse Bay, at the time, had a number of very large sawmills that shaped the lumber into useable boards for the building of cities like Chicago and Detroit.  The first cuts of these logs, or "slabs" were used by locals in the area close to the mills to build their homes at very little cost.  Years later those slab homes are gone but the name remains.  

Incochee is a newer development of exclusive homes, most of which feature spectacular views over Grand Traverse Bay and the city.  We paired this development with slabtown for the purpose of our search because the homes here share the same fantastic access to Grand Traverse Bay nearby and a short stroll into Traverse City's downtown district.

Geography

The slabtown neighborhood extends from Grand Traverse Bay on the north to Division Street (US 31) on the East with Front Street making up the southern boundary.  Incochee is a bit farther to the west and can be accessed off of M-72 at it's northern entrance or via a gated entry at it's east end off of Ramsdell Road.

Features

The proximity to the shoreline of Grand Traverse Bay and the fact that Slabtown and Incochee are just a bit out of the main traffic cycles of downtown make both very sought after neighborhoods.  Slabtown is a neighborhood in transition with many older homes being renovated or removed in order to be replaced by more substantial, modern homes.  Most newcomers are going to great lengths to ensure the historic feel of the neighborhood is embraced even with new construction.  Ashton, Darrow and Veteran's Park all offer terrific space to relax and play as well as being home to Traverse City's only off-leash dog park.  Famous institutions like Sledder's Family Tavern and The Dairy Lodge fall within Slabtown's boundaries.  Hickory Hills Ski Area is another wonderful amenity along the west end of Slabtown that is actually owned and operated by The City of Traverse City.

Stats for Slab Town

Year Units Sold Sales Volume Avg. Price High Sale Low Sale
2012 15 $3,946,500 $263,100 $433,900 $135,700
2013 15 $3,034,400 $202,293 $330,000 $90,000
2014 16 $4,173,280 $260,830 $469,000 $101,000
2015 19 $6,682,525 $351,711 $650,000 $169,125
2016 15 $4,618,400 $312,093 $590,000 $170,000

Stats for Incochee

Year Units Sold Sales Volume Avg. Price High Sale Low Sale
2012 5 $3,015,800 $603,160 $900,000 $409,800
2013 4 $1,817,600 $454,400 $605,000 $255,000
2014 4 $2,467,500 $616,875 $712,000 $429,000
2015 5 $2,671,000 $534,200 $629,000 $327,500
2016 5 $3,234,500 $646,900 $917,000 $465,000

*Statistics according to Northern Great Lakes REALTORS MLS