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PERFECTION IN PARADISE: This 3-bedroom, 3-bath, perfectly finished 2,848SF home has 559 feet of Petticoat Lake frontage on 2.5 acres. It`s a stunning architectural masterpiece where the living is easy and every family gathering is memorable. There`s a huge cook`s kitchen complete with top of the line appliances. The large living room has a stone […]
207 Saux Head Lake and Lake Superior Log Home Land: Exactly 500 feet of frontage on Saux Head Lake and Lake Superior. There are about 6.1 acres within the survey boundaries. There is also a strip of land between the forward survey line and the water that is about 125 x 500. A Michigan riparian […]
From Presque Isle in Marquette on Lake Superior. Photo by Tim Case
Ishpeming is known for its rich history, beautiful surroundings, and the birth of organized skiing in the United States – it is now home to the National Ski Hall of Fame. Ishpeming serves to this day as the Upper Peninsula operations headquarters for Cleveland-Cliffs Iron, which was one of the country’s biggest iron-mining companies for […]
Escanaba has rich resources and natural beauty that make it a regional hub for Michigan’s south central Upper Peninsula. The area is renowned for its beaches and water activities and its proximity to lighthouses, waterfalls, the Fayette Historic Townsite and Kitchitikipi – the Big Springs in the Palms Book State Park. Escanaba links: City of […]
Republic is a charming town in the Southwestern corner of Marquette county and is known as a year-round playground. Forests are crisscrossed with trails running alongside with rivers and lakes, much of which is the Escanaba River State Forest. Republic is made up of two small town centers separated by the huge, open-pit iron mine […]
The Marquette area was first settled by Ojibwa Indians who came into contact with french explorer and Jesuit missionary in 1669. Although the area had been officially “discovered” by the French, and the harbor was used for rest, fishing, and transport for both the French voyagers and the Ojibwa, it was not until the discovery […]