|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
This home offers spectacular views that can't be found anywhere else! Enjoy this unique 2400 sq ft ranch home directly on Little Glen Lake. The Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes National Lake Shore 'Dune Climb' is directly across the road! County is known for beautiful vineyards and wine tours!
This 4 bedroom 2 3/4 bath home is great for your family. The water is shallow and sandy for 100 yards out, which is ideal for small children. An aluminum rowboat, canoes and dock are provided.
Doorwalls off of the Family room open up to the deck where you can relax and enjoy the lake view. The house has a large master suite overlooking the lake, with a queen bed and full bath. A 3/4 bath is located off of the mud room. The house views from inside look directly at the lake and across the lake to 'Alligator Hill' and Big Glen Lake.
This is such an amazing way to experience all of the beauty that Northern Michigan has to offer.
Keywords: Lake, ranch, accessible, home, house, family,
The small town feel of being 'up north' is unbeatable. You can choose to go into town whenever you wish to shop and enjoy the local hang outs like 'Art's' or 'Cherry Republic' (our favorites). The next day you can travel up M-22 and visit all the wineries or take a trip to Leland 'Fish Town'. The fun is endless and there's always something to do. Our best days are spent at the house and in the lake.
This home on Little Glen Lake worked well for our family of 8. Home was well equipped, has shallow water, is close to Lake Michigan dunes and beaches, easy access to a great bike trail and Glen Arbor shopping.
We had a very warm week and the water was so clear and warm. We used the canoe and rowboat for fishing, brought our own kayaks and everyone used all the toys! The house is huge and very beautiful, so clean when we arrived. We took advantage of walking to the dune climb a few times, toured the Pierce Stocking Drive and overlooks, walked Alligator Hill and made trips to Empire, Glen Haven and Glen Arbor for ice cream and shopping. The house is perfect for any age and has a beautiful deck with umbrella on the lake side. The sunrises and sunsets are outstanding. When I needed answers to the questions I had before our week stay, the owner was quick and gracious. We've rented 5 different homes on waterfronts, but this house was our favorite.
Our family really enjoyed our stay at this house on Glen Lake. The house was more than large enough for 7 of us. The bedrooms are all big, but snag the big master bedroom if you can! All have comfortable queens and there is a sofa bed in the family room (like every sofa bed you have ever slept in). From the pictures we expected the décor to be dated, and it was, but the house is in terrific shape. The appliances are modern and the kitchen well stocked. With a washer, dryer, disposal, ice-maker, AC, attic fan, cable TV and quality linens we had every amenity needed..
The lake is shallow – knee high for 60 yards before it drops off to 6’. The water is clear and warm and the bottom sandy - perfect for small children. There is a little beach to dig in and the grassy lawn is great for sunbathing. The back deck is large and has a built-in round table which is good for groups though a little difficult to get in and out of. The grill was big, clean and new. We enjoyed paddling around in the rowboat and canoes. The big treed lot makes the house feel secluded.
The house is inside the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. The Dune Climb is across the street – look up from the lake and the dune towers above the house. Take the Scenic Drive - the view from the Boardwalk is breathtaking. The Alligator Trail, a mile from the house, is a moderate hike through beautiful woods to bluffs overlooking both Lake Michigan and Glen Lake. There are many accessible Lake Michigan beaches nearby. We went kayaking – Crystal River Outfitters is right in Glen Arbor. Golfers have choices – Manitou Passage is the best in the area.
Glen Arbor is a cute little town with shops and galleries from the typical to more upscale. Cherry Republic is a shop-bakery-restaurant that needs to be seen just to marvel at all the things that can be done with cherries. Art’s Bar is a Glen Arbor classic and packs them in every evening. Boondocks has a huge outdoor patio and bar which is a fun place to drink. We had pizza from Riverside which we all agreed was tasty. Joe’s Friendly Tavern in Empire has good burgers but was over-priced. There are a few well-reviewed upscale restaurants in the area as well. Warning: there is one small market in Glen Arbor that is pricey so try and shop once in Traverse City. Take a day trip to Leland - Fish Town is a fun little historical district. There are many wineries to tour in the area but we ran out of time. Next time perhaps!
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My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$250|
Saturday-Saturday rentals only.
$1,000 deposit due upon booking and final payment due one month before beginning of stay.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.