Tobacco River Home
1502 Kozy Korner | Beaverton, MI 48612
Wow! Check out this beautiful Chalet overlooking the Tobacco River. This lovely custom home was built by the original owner in 2008. Featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, pergo floors, open floor plan, marble bathroom floors, granite kitchen counter tops, covered porch, covered balcony and so much more! This home has a ton of custom touches, such as oak steps, drawer storage under steps, deep closet storage, extended walls in the upper level and more. This home is very efficient and is insulated with Owens Corning insulation and spray foam insulation. The home also has a 95% efficiency furnace. Relax on the front porch with a tall glass of ice tea and enjoy the spectacular view of the Tobacco River. Watch eagles, herons, ducks and a variety if other wildlife right from your home. Grab your kayak and take a paddle on the river. There is a nice, dry crawl space that can also store your kayaks. Don’t forget to check out the Virtual Tour! Make your appointment today!
From Gladwin: M61 E to Hockaday Road S to Dale Road W to Freeman N to Blakely R to Kozy Korner L to house on L
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Property Listed By
Kehoe Realty. PO BOX 496 901 N M18 901 N M18, MI 48624
Property Sold By
Non Mls Member. NO STREET NAME UNKNOWN, MI 88888
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About Tobacco River
The Tobacco River is a 12.7-mile-long (20.4 km) river in Michigan. Located in Gladwin and Midland counties, the river rises in Beaverton at the confluence of the river's North, Middle, and South branches in Ross Lake. The river flows southeast and empties into the Tittabawassee River at the community of Edenville. On older maps, the South branch and the lower course of the Tobacco River are identified as Samaquasebing, Assemoqua, Assymoquoasibee, etc., all derived from the Ojibwe Asemaakwe-ziibi(ing), meaning "(At) Tobacco-woman River". (Wikipedia)