Green Lake Land

A Birch Pointe Drive | Interlochen, MI 49643

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Description

Enjoy gorgeous sunsets from this beautiful tree-dotted parcel with 150' of private waterfront on Green Lake, sporting clear water with a hard packed sandy bottom and shoreline for awesome swimming. The towering trees on this magnificent parcel provide that up north feel within the quiet and quaint gated Peninsula Development. There's ample room to build your home elevated above the lake, with topography suitable for a walkout with lower level possibilities. The covenants require a minimum of 2000 sq ft, among other minimal requirements. There exists a Trex boardwalk to traverse to the water’s edge of all-sports Green Lake. With the Interlochen Arts Academy just across the water, there's wonderful ambiance and entertainment within a quick boat ride. The sweet little community of Interlochen is just a hop, skip, and a jump away, providing for all your needs: grocery shopping, dining, farmer's market, quilt shop, consignment shop, and brand new library.

Directions

South from Interlochen (turns into Karlin Road). Turn Rt (West) at the Fireplace Inn on Penn Lock Colony then go a half mile, veer right on Timberwyck Trl, then stay to left until you get to property.

Disclaimer

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Property Listed By

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

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About Green Lake


Green Lake is one of the many lakes located within minutes of Traverse City in southwest Grand Traverse County. It is situated near the town of Interlochen, home of the world famous Interlochen Arts Academy. This is a 2,000 acre all-sports lake with many year round residents as well as many summer property owners from throughout the country. Historically Green Lake has been one of the better water quality lakes in the area with excellent fishing opportunities for everything from smallmouth bass to lake trout.

Green Lake is an excellent choice in waterfront living and there are many families on the lake that have been occupying the same cottage or home for many generations. On many days and evenings you are likely to see a sailboat skimming along the surface, and a grandfather and grandkids out fishing while music wafts through the air from one of the many outdoor performances at the Interlochen Arts Academy. The smell of someone grilling on the deck as the kids scream jumping from dock add to the peaceful sensory surroundings that are all too common for the lucky residents along the sandy shores of Green Lake.  You may want to skip grilling out and head to the Hofbrau for some of the best fried perch in the area. This waterway offers the active family many choices to enjoy the water and it is close to many summertime area staples such as the Cherry Bowl Drive In Theatre, or Sleeping Bear Dunes. Many are golf courses are just a short drive away as well. Crystal Mountain, located about 15-20 minutes to the southwest offers a great golf and ski destination for year round recreation. Downtown Traverse City is only a 15-20 minute drive for area shopping, fine-dining and home of the annual Cherry Festival, Film Festival and wine tours.

Green Lake is one of the headwater lakes to the Betsie River, which flows in to Lake Michigan in the town of Frankfort. The Little Betsie River flows in from the north from Duck Lake and outlets at the southern end of the lake. There are two public boat launches on the Lake and along with the Arts Academy the Sate of Michigan offers primitive camping along the eastern shore. This lake ranges in depth to over 100ft. which provides excellent cold water environment for smelt, perch, ciscoes, and lake trout. Green lake is also home to some monster smallmouth bass, pike, blue gill and rock bass.