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3 apartments and 17 units. Rental Chalets and three pole buildings. Phone system and reception area/office.
Present Use: Bar, Business Opportunity. Hotel/Motel Rentals, Restaurant/Food Service
Zoning: Hotel/Motel, Resort, Restaurant/Food Service
Road surface type: Gravel
Parking Area: Gravel and Paved
Construction: Three Pole Buildings
Asking Price: $800,000.00
Lost Pines Lodge
3846 West 38 Mile Road (5881 South 15 1/2 Mile Road)
Harrietta, Michigan 49638
Lost Pines Lodge - Never was a place more aptly named than Lost Pines Lodge. No matter which way you approach it you're convinced long before you arrive that you entering into a slice of paradise. Arriving at a sprawling complex of Chalets and other outbuildings dominated by a big Hotel with it's own Bar, Restaurant. Lost Pines Lodge is large enough to qualify as a small town. The most permanent resident is Ann Kahner, who came here 62 years ago with her husband and Ann built this resort from the ground up. She is the manager of this year round Resort, supervisor, construction supervisor, interior decorator and all-around great cook.
"I just love it here," quotes Ann. The idea seemed to have an instant appeal for skiers, snowmobiling, hikers, hunters and other recreational enthusiasts. Interest and popularity began to swarm as soon as the Lodge opened in 1961. Vacationers for all seasons continue to return for a fun family getaway. Eighty percent of our business is repeat customers.
- Stories: 2
- Square Feet: 5,500
- Bedrooms: 30
- Bathrooms: 25
Additional Rooms: 7
Heating & Cooling
- Central AC
- Central Heating
- Jetted Bathtub
- Built in: 1961
- Structure Type: Other
- Lot Size: 29 Acres
Parking: 2 Spaces
- Detached Garage
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