This $750k Northern Michigan house is an architectural labyrinth — let’s take a tour


Part pioneer cabin, part southwestern adobe, part Pinterest board gone awry.

OK — so, we don't really know what we're looking at, either. But if we had $750k, we might just buy this magical Northern Michigan property and turn it into a bed and breakfast, vacation rental, divorce den, or our very own serene polyamory hideaway. The possibilities are endless!

This custom-designed 4,950-square-foot home in Lake Leelanau is situated on nine acres of secluded woodlands, with creeks, valleys, ravines, and other things Walt Whitman would get an absolute chub over. The listing ensures that there is a surprise around every corner, like six wood-burning fireplaces or the newly added replica of a pioneer log cabin, built from hand-hewn logs, outfitted with a fireplace to kick it — and cook it old school, you know, like our forefathers. The main house has five bedrooms, each with their own bathroom, and is filled with angular stairwells.

This property is listed by Exit Real Estate