History Channel star Craig Tester’s Traverse City mansion is still on the market — let’s take a tour

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It's not cursed and it's not on an island but it is beautiful and overlooking West Grand Traverse Bay. Oh, and it's a home belonging to Craig Tester, who stars in the History Channel's The Curse of Oak Island. 

Tester listed his Traverse City mansion for $3.75 million last year and it is still on the market for $100,000 less. The 5,048-square-foot waterfront home features four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, as well as a plethora of windows that showcase views of the West Bay. The mansion includes a spiral staircase, two kitchens, a climate-controlled pool, a spa, and chandeliers throughout. Realtor.com refers to the custom home as "a work of art."

This home is listed by Mark Hagan of Coldwell Banker-Schmidt Realtors.

 

 

Photos by Realtor.com

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