Muskegon MI vacation cottage: Walk 3 blocks west to Lake Michigan fabulous, 'no-stones' sandy beach and 1 block east to Muskegon Lake at end of street.
Your Home Away from Home: Within a 1-5 minute drive, you reach beaches, festivals, submarine and ship tours, and many places or events to see or do. And, it's. only 15 minutes or less to town, culture, festivals, chain and independent restaurants and shopping, medical, and major highways.
You'll live in a perfect location for exploring other beach towns north and south, and when you feel like it, you'll return home to prepare your dinner, or eat out at one of the numerous restaurants nearby.
The Bluffton neighborhood oozes love of Buster Keaton and the Chicago Actors' Colony, lakes, dunes, and nature. The former Bluffton Village is still home to artists, musicians, nature advocates, teachers, regular working people, self-employed, and retirees. The Bluffton neighborhood of close-knit heritage homes is a favorite area for nature lovers.
Home is charming, comfortable, and sparkling clean. FIRE PIT, BBQ GRILL, PICNIC TABLE. FLAT-SCREEN CABLE TV, DVD, WI-FI. Central air & heat. Furnished, fully-equipped kitchen, linens, towels, washer & dryer. Catch the breezes or enjoy your favorite beverage on the open front porch.
Sleeps 4 in beds, 6 using the Queen sleeper sofa.
Quick access to Cross Lake Express Ferry dock (Muskegon-Milwaukee), festivals, culture, malls, MICHIGAN ADVENTURE & WATER PARK (28 min.), and other activities. 15 minutes to hospitals.
Ideal for families up to 6. No smoking, No pets. No view of beach or lake. Book online quickly and securely at reservation site: http://www.charming-redbird-cottage.com
Historic Cottage House and Area: The heritage front porch is perfect for relaxing and sipping refreshments. Central air-conditioning and heat means you control your comfort.
Redbird Cottage is one of two houses on one lot in a quaint, quiet neighborhood reminiscent of an eastern seaboard community. There is shared driveway parking for one car and free on-street parking, as available.
The friendly neighborhood is residential, with no condos, no resorts. You'll be transported back to a leisurely atmosphere when you're sure to relax.
Activities:: Muskegon Summer Celebration; Muskegon Main Street Car Show; July 29-30 Big Fat Greek Festival; Sep 16-18; Michigan Irish Music Festival; Seasonal Party in the Park, Fridays; Seasonal Port City Princess boat excursions. Michigan's Adventure and Waterpark. Submarine tour, beach volleyball, pier fishing, charter boat fishing. Tennis, rollerblade park, scuba diving. Historical and Cultural-Downtown Muskegon (10 MIN.) Monet Garden; Hackley Public Library; Muskegon Museum of Art; Muskegon County Museum; Muskegon Civic Theatre
Backyard:: Fire pit and chairs. BBQ grill, propane. Picnic table.
Lake lover, beach comber, sailor in youth. I enjoy seeing my grandchildren love and appreciate the lakes, sand dunes, fishing, and nature in general.
Great country living in the City of Muskegon, with all city amenities and close to beaches, festivals, the arts, yet in the historic, quaint Bluffton neighborhood! Walk to sugar sand, award-winning Lake Michigan clean beach, friendly neighbors, and a relaxed atmosphere that takes you back to a gentler time.
Open front porch for sipping morning or evening beverage while beighbor watching. Open kitchen, living room, dining area makes family connections easy. Make memories forever at the fire pit and BBQ grill and picnic table in the back yard.
Located on a peninsula in the City of Muskegon, Michigan between Lake Michigan's Pere Marquette Park Beach and Muskegon Lake, you'll be only a
2-minute drive to the sandy, certified-clean beach of Lake Michigan,
2-minute stroll to Muskegon Lake,
5-minute drive to Lake Express Ferry to Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
10 minutes to the festivals, art fair, historic architecture, and cultural events--art museum, county museum, symphony and sports arena.
Stroll 1 block to Muskegon Lake shoreline at the end of your street and watch sailboat races from the bench, or ice fish in winter.
2 minutes to Pere Marquette Park sandy beach: Great freshwater pier fishing; Ice fishing; Sledding; Lake Michigan channel; Water and beach sports; Restaurants; Children's play equipment; U.S.S. Silversides WW II submarine; Sailboats and freighters on the channel. Hiking trail.
5 minutes to Lakeside: Public boat launch; Fishing charters.
Other Activities: Family festivals, Cedar Fair's Michigan's Adventure & Water Park, historic architecture, museums, symphony, Buster Keaton home town
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event||Minimum Stay|
PEAK: Mid-June-Labor Day
Jun 13 2014 - Sep 1 2014
My Standard Rate
|Cleaning||$150.00 + Tax|
|Book ONLINE at http://www.charming-redbird-cottage.com
Total = Rate + Cleaning
Use COUPON CODE stay7peak at our web site for $1295/week rate from Jun 13 through Sep 1.
Rates are subject to change until dates are booked. July 3-4: $210/night.
We do not refund; you may purchase optional trip insurance on our personal web site for covered refunds.
Sat. to Sat. weekly rentals preferred July - August.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.
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