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Perched on the hill at the corner of Pearl and Second Street
Summer Times in historic Leland, Michigan!
Spend a week or more during the wonderful Summer Season of 2018 in Leland, Michigan, in a beautifully renovated in-town historic home situated near every possible vacation agenda you would want in the area!
Built in 1900, this house began as the Parsonage for the Lutheran Church across the street, and later became home to a locally famous Native American teacher/healer. The house is located high on a hill (appropriately named Holy Hill), overlooking the town park to the rear, and is just three blocks to Lake Michigan, a few long blocks past the Leland CC to North Lake Leelanau, and two blocks into the heart of Leland itself! You will have the comforts of home while enjoying the fabulous amenities of Northern Michigan and it's lakes!
About a half hour northwest of Traverse City, Leland is a vital but quaint town with eclectic restaurants, lots of shopping possibilities, and fresh fish caught daily, sold at the in-town fishery. Leelanau County features over 20 remarkable wineries as well as vodka and cider breweries, all which are easily found in various guidebooks, and private tours can be easily arranged. Michigan is of course known for it's fruit production (especially cherries, blueberries and apples), so fresh pies and other delectable baked in the area will definitely entice!
This 4 over 4 house features 4 upstairs bedrooms: 2 with double beds, 1 with a queen bed, and 1 with two twins sleeps 8. Fans are in each BR. Sheets are furnished. We can provide a crib! There are 2 full bathrooms upstairs as well; 1 with a tiled step-in shower and 1 with a tub/shower combination. All towels are furnished.
The first floor has a large living room featuring decorative stained glass in the windows, a wonderful gas stove for added warmth, a futon sofa and other seating, and an oversized, expandable dining table to seat 6-10 +. The Parson's office (TV room) also features stained glass, has a queen sofa-bed, lots of other seating, a television and as gas fireplace screen. The kitchen is cheery with red Elmira appliances, a breakfast nook, and is fully outfitted to cook, serve, wine and dine! A half bath rounds out the area. The house also features lots of antiques as well as whimsy, and is ideal for 2 or 3 couples with kids or without, or a group of friends! There is a wonderful covered porch with a swing and other seating for young and old. Wi-Fi and Cable are in place! Washer and Dryer are located in the basement. The house has backyard grill and picnic table. Parking is available on the street in front of the house or in the lower back yard, where a boat or trailer could also be parked if desired. Bike rentals are a street away or bring your own bikes; Paddle boards ( a big deal here) are rentable in town, and many forms of Yoga are available in several close-by venues.
Make your plans NOW for the Summer of 2018 in order to choose a good week! The Rental Agent for the property will work with you to make your stay an enjoyable experience! His name is Mark Carlson and he also rents our place during the "Fall Color Tour"! email@example.com
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|Weekly||June, July and August||$1700 a week plus $200 cleaning charge|
|Weekly||All other times||$1500 a week plus $200 cleaning charge|