Harbor Springs Condo Rental Photos and Description
Like new 2 bdrm/2bath, lake view, walking distance to beach
Welcome to the completely renovated and inviting Cedar Cove condo. Everything about it is enticing. On the main level, there are new hardwood floors and a stone fireplace with window on each side overlooking the enchanting cleared woods and Lake Michigan a short distance away. There is a 40” TV over the fireplace.
The great room includes leather sofa, love seat and chair you will sink into and never want to leave. The brand new kitchen includes stainless steel appliances and maple cabinets. Just off the kitchen is a charming dining area with wonderful views of the creek just beside the condo as well as Lake Michigan in the distance. The deck off the dining area is ideal place to enjoy a morning coffee or in the fall watching the salmon swim upstream. The rejuvenated half bath on this level includes a shower.
On the lower level you will find two inviting bedrooms (queen and set of twins) and a full bath with shower. The master bedroom has a flat screen TV. This condo is ideal for a family of four or two couples.
The private walking trail beside the condo enables guests to walk the beach to the private Harbor and Cedar Cove Beach. It is a full mile of sand with a beach house that includes a deck, restrooms and indoor seating area. There are several BBQs on the beach for guest’s enjoyment.
As guest of Cedar Cove, you will have full access to all of Harbor/Cedar Cove amenities which includes the Club House with WiFi, outdoor swimming pool, indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, tennis courts, children’s play area with swings and slides.
In the winter time, the indoor pool and Jacuzzi as well as the Club House are open. The condo is only 10 minutes from Boyne Highlands and Nub’s Nob.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
Guestbook comments from the manager
My stay with my whole family at your home was wonderful. I enjoyed sitting on the deck early in the morning and walking the shore line was breath taking