Just outside the historic town of Big Bay, which is best known for being the setting of the 1959 film Anatomy of a Murder with James Stewart, is where you will find this majestic beauty. Accessed from the picturesque covered drive which also serves as a county road, you will find a property that can rival the renowned Pictured Rocks National Park with its very own 13,500 feet of tremendously beautiful red sandstone cliffs grandly overlooking the sparkling clear waters of the Lake Superior shoreline. The property has it's own unique geographical features known as Black Rock Point and Salmon Trout Point, both natural points that extend into Lake Superior to provide exquisite views of Lake Superior, the nearby Huron Mountains and the property's very own natural rock cliffs and rock caves.
The property also boasts a fantastic forest cover dominated by northern hardwoods with aspen and birch nearing the lake shore. An inventory which excluded a 500-Foot buffer along the shoreline still shows the forest cover to be overstocked with an average of 149 square feet of basal area per acre and an average 13 inch diameter. The property would benefit from a single-tree selection harvest helping the buyer capitalize on the readily available revenue, while improving the overall forest health and still leaving the property scenic and well stocked. The property would appeal to any buyer who wants to ensure privacy, endless scenery, unsullied Lake Superior frontage and a valuable forest component.
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