Cheboygan

Cheboygan is the Gateway to the Waterways. With three rivers, three lakes, and more than 40 miles of inland boating, steer your outboard through its lock system and "rev it up" on the open water.

This page gives a very detailed overview of the homes, condominiums, land, and commercial property for sale in Cheboygan, Michigan.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $257K
Lowest Price $55K
Highest Price $1.9M
Total Listings 96
Avg. Days On Market 3
Avg. Price/SQFT $185

Property Types (active listings)


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Cheboygan Homes For Sale

The Cheboygan real estate market is predominantly composed of single-family houses. Prices begin around $100,000 and extend upwards to $400,000.  Waterfront properties command top dollar and some prices have soared to over $2,000,000.  These highly sought-after waterfront homes are located in Burt, Mullet, and Lake Huron. 

Cheboygan Community Highlights

If you’re looking for a place to call home with a unique and wonderful quality of life, you’ve found it in Cheboygan, Michigan! Cheboygan is a great place to live and raise a family. That’s because Cheboygan is the sum total of the people who live here, their heritage, their beliefs, and their very strong sense of community. In other words, when you’re part of this community, your neighbors will be there when you need them. Our businesses have a sense of community, too, and the member businesses of the Cheboygan Area Chamber of Commerce reflect that fact. We believe in doing business locally wherever and whenever possible and in pitching in for good causes.

Michigan boasts one of the nation’s most extensive rails-to-trails systems, and Cheboygan County lays claim to more of those trails than any other in Michigan. The 62-mile multi-use North Central State Trail between Mackinaw City and Gaylord passes through Cheboygan and is open to non-motorized traffic year-round, snowmobiles from December through March. The 71-mile North Eastern State Trail from Cheboygan to Alpena ranks as another favorite among cyclists, runners, and hikers. Just out of town, the Black Mountain Recreation Area provides another network of marked trails: 30 miles designated for hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing, 60 miles for ORV use, and 80 miles for snowmobiling.

Cheboygan marks the eastern gateway to the Inland Waterway, a unique water trail that stretches 40 miles, nearly to the Petoskey Area. Joining seven state parks, 20 nature preserves, three rivers, three lakes, and numerous quaint towns, boat ramps, marinas, and campgrounds, the Inland Waterway reveals the natural charms of northern Michigan. Rent a kayak and head up the Cheboygan River. Continue through Mullett Lake and Burt Lake, the Crooked River, and Crooked Lake, keeping watch for paddling duck families and long-legged herons. Cast a line and try your hand at fishing the pristine waters. And pull up to one of a dozen family-owned groceries and restaurants to fuel your journey.

When winter arrives, Cheboygan’s proximity to Lake Huron assures a thick cover of pristine snow. Embrace the season at Black Mountain Recreation Area or at a nearby Michigan State Park, such as Cheboygan State Park or Rogers City’s P.H. Hoeft State Park. All offer trails ideal for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, winter hiking, and fat-tire bicycling. The thick powder covers the trails, evergreen trees bow under the weight of snow and the rest of the world feels far away.

Northern Michigan ranks among the nation’s finest golf regions. Cheboygan is home to two golf courses. Cheboygan Golf and Country Club offers 18 holes on a public course just north of town. Mullett Lake Country Club offers nine holes on a semi-private course south of Mullett Lake.

Book passage on a Lake Huron ferry or cruise ship to experience the Great Lakes’ vast beauty for yourself. In downtown Cheboygan, Plaunt Transportation - Bois Blanc Island carries passengers up to the Cheboygan River to Bois Blanc Island, with its faded gray Civil War-era lighthouse and wide, secluded beaches. Farther north, Mackinaw City-based Shepler’s Mackinac Island Ferry and Star Line Ferries carry visitors out to Mackinac Island. They also offer Lake Huron lighthouse cruises past Mackinac, Round Island, Bois Blanc Island, and along the Cheboygan lakeshore.

Schools Near Homes in Cheboygan, Michigan

The mission of Cheboygan Public Schools is to provide and teach all students the curriculum necessary to develop their knowledge base and learning skills to enable them to function as responsible and informed members of a changing society.  They educate students through the following schools:

  • East Elementary School
  • Middle & Intermediate School
  • High School

Focused on Northern Michigan Lifestyle Real Estate

Brook Walsh is focused on lifestyle real estate investment properties as most people want a vacation home to make lifelong memories that endure for their entire family, leave a profound legacy for generations, and want a solid financial investment at the same time.

While the area does have many good brokerages, there aren’t many with unique financial, vacation home investing, and technology marketing backgrounds. Brook Walsh uses his diverse skill sets to help clients properly evaluate and understand how to determine whether lifestyle homes make financial sense. 

"I have significant experience buying and selling Northern Michigan Real Estate and I'd like to help you find the perfect Cheboygan, Michigan home. Send me a message or give me a call at 231.459.3179 to learn more today."

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