Lake Michigan home overlooks one of a few nationally rated clean and safe public beaches. A perfect starting point for lazy summer days on the beach. The house has extensive windows and two levels of decks overlooking beach and woods. The decks are equipped with tables and deck chairs. The interior is attractively furnished with plenty of comfortable seating. It has been described as 'like living in a tree house.' The house has been inspected and given a Certificate of Compliance by the City of Muskegon.
One can watch large ships, wind surfers, fabulous sunsets, stroll out to the Muskegon Light and Channel, visit the Silversides Submarine Monument and Museum, and eat at two beach side restaurants. Public boat ramps and charter fishing boats are near by. Space on property to park boat. Located 3 miles from the Cross Lake Ferry.
The home, aka Sancheron LLC, sits on a shaded lot, the back side of the beach dune. There is parking for two cars on the driveway. Spacious decks are on two levels. The deck around the top floor (700 sq ft) has two picnic tables and a gas grill off the kitchen and scenic views off the living area. Children need to be monitored when on the decks due to height from ground level. The Beach Street neighborhood, Pere Marquette Park, is a mix of year round and vacation home residents. Quiet hours are observed after 10:00 pm .
Pere Marquette Park is a Nationally Designated Clean and Safe Beach (smoke and alcohol free) located just south of the Muskegon Channel. A quote from National Geographic Traveler: 'Two-mile-long Pere Marquette wide swatch of sole-soothing sand keep visitors active with volleyball nets, playground sets, and picnic areas. The water is pristine and salt-free. No jellyfish - - and no sharks. (A freshwater environment)'
Walk/biking trails and several playgrounds in the park. Various sizes of BICYCLES are available for renter's use. Strolling the beach, the pier to the lighthouse, and along the channel to Muskegon Lake are a must. Sand volley ball tournaments are held through out the summer, take a ball and enter in the fun.
Boating and Festivals
Bring your boat along and enjoy the beautiful sights from the water. Public boat launches are available on Muskegon Lake with access into Lake Michigan. Fishing for salmon, walleye, lake trout, and perch makes for a tasty dinner on the grill. Charter fishing boats are also available.
Brochures about area attractions and festivals are sent to renters and are also kept in the house. Google Muskegon County events for quick information.
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