LOVE LAKE LIVING? This home has the updates done so you can enjoy living on lake George. This desired all sports lake is 525 acres. The large kitchen has new cabinets and countertops, 2 pantries and the appliances stay. Furnace and center air is BRAND NEW. Master bedroom has a nice bathroom with a walk in shower. 2 bedroom and 2nd full bath is on the main floor. Upstairs loft overlooks the family room with 2 twin built in beds with storage under them. Large deck to enjoy lake views. Generac and security system.
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Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices Michigan Real Estate. 4876 N Sanford #41 Sanford, MI 48657
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Lake George is approximately 134 acres, is 25 ft at its deepest point, and is a scenic lake offering sandy swimming and fishing. There is a public boat launch at the northwest end of the lake. All-sports Lake George is located in the north-central portion of Lower Michigan in the heart of Clare County, in what locals call the "Lakes Section." It's conveniently near the junction of the U.S. Highways 10 & 27.
Now for some history: This small community began as a lumber town in 1880 and is situated between two lakes, Lake George to the south and Shingle Lake to the north. The area grew as a result of being a stop on the Toledo, Ann Arbor, and Northern Railroad, however, it never incorporated as a village or city, but remains under the jurisdiction of the Township. Today, the Lake George area is a heavily developed and popular resort area with a park located at each lake, and many cottages and homes surrounding the two bodies of water. Altogether there are 19 lakes within a ten-mile radius of Lake George, and also the Muskegon River, Middle Branch River, and Chippewa River are nearby. The lakes provides fishing, boating, swimming, water skiing, and all types of water sports. The rivers are popular for canoeing, tubing, and fishing. Lake George is also near golf courses, snowmobile trails, and ski areas. The Rails to Trails run right through the Lake George area. Lake George is approximately an hour and a half from Grand Rapids and two and half-hours from Kalamazoo making it a convenient weekend destination!