Petoskey Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Nice comfortable place to kick back & relax in Northern MI.
This is a log exterior duplex unit situated across the street from the Inland Waterway on Crooked Lake. This well maintained unit has a full length front porch ideal for relaxing and lake views. Whole interior has been remodeled up & downstairs. The open kitchen area is fully furnished, hickory cabinets with a self designed island for preparing meals, eating and conversation. A cozy living area is carpeted with gas fireplace, TV. DVD player. The main floor bedroom is carpeted with queen bed, dresser, closet, cheerful and adequate natural light. Downstairs bath has matching tile floor as kitchen, tub/shower, vanity and stool. The up stairs bedroom has an open floor plan, carpeted, furnished with a queen bed, dresser,closet and a viewing area of Crooked Lake. The coordinated bathroom is complete with shower. There is an open back deck, fire-pit and direct access to the newly completed Little Traverse Wheelway. Plenty of parking area with carport.
Very close to the Crooked Lake boat launch, state parks, restaurants, entertainment, outdoor activities, shopping, airport and several major northern MI cities including Petoskey.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- smoking allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Tom & Pat Johnson
Owners Tom & Pat Johnson reside in Lansing, MI. Great vacationers in northern MI for many years before buying. Frequent recreational boaters on many inland lakes including Lake MI. Love being by water and the great northern MI surroundings.
Tom & Pat Johnson purchased this cottage in 1998
Why Tom & Pat Johnson chose Petoskey
Purchased the duplex unit in late 1998. We had been looking for a place to hang our hats on for about 5 years or so. Previous years of boating on various lakes, Pat's past history of family vacations to lakes, familiararity with the waters and sights above the 45th parralel & renting places in summer, about steered us to look at Burt, Higgins, Mullet, & Crooked Lakes. Tom became an avid boater & would travel by water learning all the in and outs of recreational boating. Lots of time was spent on our boat for recreation, travel and enjoyment. People we knew, places we'd been to, the aura of water, overall atmosphere and activities drove us to want to be in northern MI.
What makes this cottage unique
Our location allows easy access to many neighboring great towns and cities that offer entertainment, shopping, restaurants & sports. Direct views of Crooked Lake from upstairs bedroom and the front porch. Situated at the beginning of the Inland Waterway which travels out to Lake Huron.