A little more than a stone's throw from Canada, you'll find a stunning Michigan home that comes with its very own private island and endless views of Potagannissing Bay.

Way, Way Off the Beaten Path

This remarkable $3 million home is located on Peck Island in beautiful Northern Michigan. If Drummond Island is way off the beaten path, then Peck Island is way, way off the beaten path.

Drummond Island is just east of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. It's accessible year round via a car ferry (about 10 to 15 minutes) from the village of DeTour. From there, you'll head to the northern shore and take a 15-minute boat ride to Peck Island, a magnificent private island adorned with 60 acres of lush forest.

An Island Paradise

As you'll see in the photos below, this island paradise comes with all sorts of spectacular views.

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The main house was built for year-round use according to the listing and features three bedrooms and three full bathrooms. The open floor plan and numerous built-ins may remind you of homes designed by the late Frank Lloyd Wright.

The kitchen features custom tile backsplash and a farmhouse dining island and of course, plenty of views of the water.

There are more breathtaking views of Potagannissing Bay just down the hall in the main bedroom suite. At first we were a little puzzled by the idea of putting the bed in the middle of the room, but once we saw the view, it all made sense.

Here Are the Details

This private island home just recently hit the market for $2,950,000. The listing is courtesy of Robert Brick of REMAX Bayshore in Traverse City.


Private Island Home in Northern Michigan

This beautiful home is way, way off the beaten path. It's located on Peck Island, about a 15 boat ride from Drummond Island, off the east shore of the Upper Peninsula.

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