Located within a quiet private community on the shores of a private lake that does not allow motorized boats, this house is perfect for travelers seeking a genuinely relaxing lakefront retreat. This three-level lake front Chalet has six bedrooms, 3 baths, and 2 living areas. The upper level offers two bedrooms and a full bath. The main level offers 2 bedrooms with queen beds and a full bath, outfitted kitchen, dining room, and living room with cable TV. The walkout level offers 2 bedrooms with queen beds, a full bath, and a large family living area with a separate video gaming area and cable tv area.
Located on Kassuba Lake enjoy the sandy beach, row boat, paddle boat and also Great fishing..... the Chalet is secluded and quiet, yet within a short ride to some of Michigan’s best tourist spots. Gaylord, Michigan is located just off I-75, about 50 miles south of the Mackinac Bridge. Gaylord is a small town that comes to life in the summer and includes unique shopping and dining establishments. It’s just a short drive away to Petoskey, Harbor Springs, Charlevoix ,and Traverse City.
Gaylord is known as the golf Mecca of the Midwest. The area features over 20 world-class courses; most less than 30 minutes away.
The Midwest's Summer Golf Mecca: The natural setting of the Gaylord Golf Mecca is both awesomely beautiful and challenging to golfers of every skill level. Northern Michigan's rolling terrain was sculpted by the glaciers millions of years ago and today is dominated by majestic forests and sparkling lakes and rivers. The Tribute at the Otsego Club,The Natural, Black Forest-Black Forest - Valley Course- Black Lake Golf Club-Elk Ridge Garland - Fountains Garland - Reflections Garland - Swampfire Garland - The Monarch - Gaylord Country Club- Marsh Ridge- Michaywé - The PinesMountain Lake Golf Club- Otsego Club - The Classic Otsego Club - The Tribute-The Loon - The Natural Treetops - Rick Smith SignatureTreetops - Rick Smith TraditionTreetops - Robert Trent Jones MasterpieceTreetops - Tom Fazio PremierTreetop - Threetops