Little Manistee Riv Home

7856 W Peterson | Irons, MI 49644

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Description

This magnificient home is situated on the banks of the beautiful Little Manistee River in Irons. The home features 4 bedrooms, a galley kitchen, and a large living area with gorgeous views of the river. There are two bedrooms on the main level and two large bedrooms upstairs with a 1/2 bath, The walkout basement features a wonderful knotty pine interior and a woodstove - a great spot for extra sleeping space or a family room. The large deck on the lower level of the home will offer tons of evening enjoyment and there are outside stairs leading to a sun room off the living room! There are two garages for storage, and a small garden shed The drive is paved and the property is located on a private easement for privacy! Make this your next stop in Northern Michigan!

Directions

10 1/2 Mile Road, West to Granger Road, South to West Peterson Drive, East through gate to property

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Property Listed By

Sally Belman, Big River Properties

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    Status: Sold

    10022 River Road Irons MI 49644
    • Bedrooms 3
    • Bathrooms 2
    • Square Feet 1,268
    • Waterfront 200′
    • Body of Water: Little Manistee Riv
    • Status: Sold
    • Type: Residential
    • Acres: 1.8
    $279,900Details

About Manistee Lake (Manistee)

Manistee Lake is located in Manistee County, Michigan. This lake is 930 acres in size. It is approximately 50 feet deep at its deepest point.