Unique, four bedroom, 1700 square foot Bavarian Chalet, located
on cliff edge with an unobstructed view of Lake Huron.
The living room at the cottage has a couch, love seat and two chairs for your group to relax and unwind in. The television with Blu-Ray DVD Player is the perfect option on a rainy day. The windows in the living room face out over the water and provide a bright and airy feel to the cottage. The living area surrounds a lovely aesthetic fireplace, with a woodstove for burning.
This room opens into the dining room, and a table with ten chairs is provided for your family, also boasting lovely views from this area of the cottage.
The cottage has a brand new fully equipped kitchen including a fridge, stove, dishwasher and microwave oven. While compact, it provides all the necessities for cooking your family meals.
The one full bathroom (newly renovated) at the cottage is located on the main living level, and it is a three piece with shower. There is also a second bathroom upstairs that is a two piece with toilet and sink.
There are four bedrooms at the cottage, three of the bedrooms face the road with nice sized windows, and the master bedroom faces the lake with large windows and a great view. There is a large balcony here for you to sit and relax and listen to the birds or watch the sunset.
Another nice feature about this cottage is the large furnished sunroom with an electric fireplace. This is a lovely area to rest after a busy day at the beach. Just off of the sunroom is a large hot tub.
The cottage grounds are relatively flat and level between the cottage towards the road. There are many gardens at the cottage making the outdoor area very peaceful.
In the evenings enjoy star gazing while roasting marshmallows at the firpit.
On the lake side is a set of stairs leading down from the cliff to the waters edge. The shoreline is shallow entry with a mixture of sand and small stones.
PLEASE NOTE: The shoreline has been subject to high water and erosion causing access to be changeable.
have taken up the lower stairs due to erosion and high water levels. They will replace them as the water level allows.