Meticulously Maintained Cozy Upper Peninsula Cabin is Way, Way Off the Grid
How does 80 acres in the middle of nowhere sound? A property located near Escanaba in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula has just gone up for sale. Talk about 'off the grid.'
And doesn't this little cabin in the woods remind you of an old-time general store, with its front door and windows situated behind a covered porch?
Off the Grid, Well Sort of
But being off the grid doesn't necessarily mean roughing it. This cozy little cabin in the UP does have electricity at least most of the time. In the pictures below, you'll notice that there is a solar-electric system with battery backup and a fancy-dancy power inverter system.
And for anyone who can't truly go off the grid and put down the cellphone or electronic devices (pretty much all of us, right?) There is a Wilson cell phone booster installed in order to minimize dropped calls.
And even though this is a cabin, there's plenty of room to stretch out and relax with many of the comforts you're used to at home. Luxurious is not a word you'd use to describe this place, but quaint definitely is.
This charming little cabin does carry a steep price. Remember, with real estate, it's all about location, location, location. The price tag for this home is 185,000 for 786 square feet.
Deer Hunting on the Property and Beyond
Not only are there 80 acres to hunt, but the property is surrounded by hundreds of acres of public forest, likely rich with deer.
Off the grid, and off the beaten path, for sure.