October 2020

Found 2 blog entries for October 2020.

 

Introducing Lake Charlevoix Where Lake Living is Elevated to an Art

During his exploration of the Great Lakes, home to the native Ottawa people, French explorer Pierre Francois de Charlevoix happened upon this area in the 1850s and while conflict and strife was constant as a result of competing settlers, the area ultimately found balance and progress, especially when the Pine River Channel was dredged in 1869 that connected what is now Lake Charlevoix to Lakes Michigan and Round Lake.

Lumber became the region’s claim to fame and by the early 20th century, cruise ships began docking at the town’s piers. Prohibition spurred a burgeoning gambling industry and Lake Charlevoix speakeasies quickly became places to see and be seen. Among the areas

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‚ÄčOn a gentle promontory of Lake Charlevoix's south shore, lies Sommerset Pointe Lake Charlevoix, an intimate and exclusive waterfront destination in Northern Michigan.  Sommerset Pointe's spectacular setting blends an authentic maritime atmosphere with all of the contemporary amenities that you have come to expect.  Located just west of Boyne City, its convenient location is ideal for a weekend getaway, with small-town events only minutes away.

Available in two layouts: 2,195 square-foot, 3-bed, 2-bath single-floor lower unit and a 3,700 square-foot, 2-story upper unit with 4-bed, 4-bath. Both include an attached 2-car garage and spacious walkout patio overlooking Lake Charlevoix. The interior features fantastic attention to detail and high-end

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