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1665 Park Drive | Alger, MI 48610

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Description

Breathtaking Lake Views awaits you at this estate property that includes 1, 150-SF home, Guest house, 1.33 acres with 386 feet on Secord Lake plus 10 off water lots a crossed the road. Main house includes 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, casual living room with fireplace, partially-finished basement, eat-in kitchen, basement laundry with shower, and attached single car garage. There is also 672 SF Guest House, and a 20x30 garage. Many possibilities with this property!

Directions

M-61 East to Three Rivers Rd, north to Bomanville, East to Wildwood, North to Boman, West to Bench, North to Park, West to property.

Disclaimer

Copyright © 2020 Clare-Gladwin Board of Realtors (CGBR) Listing provided by Clare-Gladwin Board of Realtors (CGBR). 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

Real Estate One - Gladwin. 1005 N STATE STREET GLADWIN 48624

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About Secord Lake

Welcome! Visitors are welcome in Gladwin, Michigan especially the kind that like to stay and play awhile. Come with your family, your friends or just yourself and we bet you'll make new friends while you're here.
   
Secord Lake is an approximately 2,000 acre serene and picturesque all sports lake, inside Gladwin County and located in Gladwin, Michigan. The lake takes in Secord Township and is formed by the Tittabawassee River system. It would take many hours of boat travel to see the entire lake! You will find miles of shoreline and much sandy swimming.

Many people enjoy Secord Lake with pontoons, ski boats, jet skis, fishing boats, and it's not uncommon to see a canoe or kayak during the quieter times.