The historic Granot Loma Hunting Lodge that was built way back in 1923 is now on the market. It is considered as one of Michigan’s trophy properties and can now be bought for a price of $40 million.
The hunting lodge sits on 5,000 acres of land that has a river, a forest, farmland, and a lakeshore. The lodge is measured at 26,000 square feet with a total of 50 rooms. It has 23 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, and 25 fireplaces. The grounds around the lodge include a playhouse, a guest house, maid’s quarters, root cellar, garages, pool and pool house, and a tennis court. The farm section of the property includes 13 buildings, fields, orchard, two homes, and a dairy barn.
Granot Loma Hunting Lodge which is a registered historic place is listed under the Northern Michigan Land Brokers.
Now may be the time to gather some investor friends and go after one of Michigan’s trophy properties: Granot Loma Hunting Lodge. A world-class 1923 hunting estate, listed in the Register of Historic Places, Granot Loma is comprised of 5,000 acres, river, forest, farmland, and lakeshore only 15 miles to an international airport in Marquette, Michigan.
The hunting compound was built between 1919 and 1923 by financier Louis G. Kaufman in the tradition of the great Adirondack lodges. With a total of 5,000 acres of timberland, trail system, farm fields providing game food plots, and 3.7 miles of Lake Superior shoreline, there is also a 26,000-square-foot log lodge totaling 50 rooms. It is possibly the largest log cabin in the country. Views from the lodge take in the lake, beaches, and the island. Other water features include a river providing the additional sport of trout fishing, shoreline salmon fishing and boating out from the private marina and boathouse into deeper water for lake trout fishing.
The interior of the lodge with its 23 bedrooms, 13 baths, and 25 fireplaces has many of the expected rustic features such as a great room, 24-foot vaulted ceiling, and the unexpected like the 18-foot fireplace mantel salvaged from a shipwreck. Outbuildings around the lodge include a playhouse, guest house with four apartments, maid’s quarters, root cellar, garages, and tennis court. The farm section includes 13 buildings, mountain views, fields, orchard, two homes, barn, pool and pool house, dairy barn, garages, and more.
Granot Loma, world-class 1923 hunting estate, listed in the Register of Historic Places, is for sale at $40 million.