Charming year 'round cottage. Has a fabulous view of Lake Huron and a huge sandy private beach. The house features a multi level deck for gracious Summer living. Originally built in 1901, this renovated 2 story home is situated in the charming village of Lexington, just North of the natural stone harbor (not far from the A&W). Lexington is known for it's Music in the Park Series and Weekend Festivals during the Summer and Fall. the village is just 20 miles North of Port Huron/Fort Gratiot. It is 70 miles North of Metro Detroit, 60 miles East then 20 miles North of Flint.
The house has 3 BR (Q, Q & 2 twins) and a full ceramic bath (with tub) upstairs.There is a den and full ceramic bath (shower only) downstairs, along with the kitchen/living/dining room (all open plan) with spectacular views! Original (?) wood floors. Cooled by the gentle breezes of Lake Huron, the 2 front bedrooms and the living room all have ceiling fans.
Great Location! Walk to quaint shops. Very peaceful!
We also offer a similar property, 4 'doors' South called Harbor Breeze Cottage. See listing on vrbo.com.
Keywords: Cottage, Beach, Harbor, Lake Huron
Both my husband and I grew up in the Croswell-Lexington area. It is a wonderful place to live and raise a family. We love the Mid-west and the Great Lakes, in particular. It is a friendly area with a small -town appeal.
The quaint village of Lexington is picture-perfect! It has many cute little unique shoppes and some great places to eat. The Music Theater is accoustically perfect and adds a new and interesting dimension with ever changing 'acts'. During the Fall and Summer the village offers Music in the Park along with many festivals (Margaritaville/Bach/Fall Flannel/Christmas Tree Lighting)and Art Fairs on the weekends. There's always something to see and do here. Friendly town.
The cottage is situated RIGHT on the beach. You can experience glorious sunrises--- while laying in bed! Bonfires, BBQ's and bike riding.... the list goes on and on. The cottage has been called 'a Barbie house' (more than once) with it's pastel colors and cottage-like furnishings. It's comfortable and clean. And, even though it's in the village and well-within walking distance to EVERYTHING, it still is quiet and secluded in feel. Perfect for a get away any time of year- the Lake is ever changing!