The Wharf Condominiums

The Wharf condominiums in downtown Charlevoix are highly sought after as the condos afford excellent views of world-renowned Round Lake.  Relax at the lakeside pool, check out the yachts in the marina, and take part in the vibrant downtown atmosphere.

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The Wharf Condominiums generally sell between $150,000-$350,000.  Of course, each unit is individually owned so the style will vary from unit to unit.  These condos come in one or two-bedroom varieties and range from 600 square feet to 1,342 square feet.  

One can easily walk to shopping, dining, nightlife, and the vast amount of recreational activities a Northern Michigan community like Charlevoix offers.

Affectionately known as “Charlevoix the Beautiful,” Charlevoix has been ranked as one of the best small towns in America by CNN and Money Magazine. The community is home to a unique selection of attractions including the National Mustard Museum and Capital Brewery.
This lively town is typical Northern Michigan - fudge shops, ferry docks, a beautiful marina, shopping and dining, and an in-town park with a bank shell for outdoor performances. Kids love watching the drawbridge, which opens every half hour to let big boats pass through.

Lake Michigan Beach is a popular white-sand oasis with all of the amenities: lifeguards, concession stands, restrooms, and picnic areas. It's also the place to catch gorgeous sunsets and is home to great rock hunting - especially for Petoskey stones. The beach is a short walk to downtown Charlevoix along the Pine River Channel. 
The average sales price for a Wharf condominium, on Round Lake, in Charlevoix, Michigan is $191,500, with a low of $95,000 in 2012 and a high of $355,000 in 2019.

Round Lake Community Highlights

Fireworks burst in the sky over Round Lake lighting up the skyline of Charlevoix. The city encircles the lake holding it like a treasure, the best natural harbor on Lake Michigan. Over the years its value, originally mostly economic, has expanded to include recreation. Every year thousands of visitors flock to the waters of the northwest Michigan lake to boat, fish, and explore.

During one special summer week, Round Lake blooms with the colors of boat parades on the water and fireworks in the air. The Venetian Festival started in 1931 as a candlelit boat parade. Today it has grown into a larger-than-life week-long celebration including concerts, fireworks, and boats.

It wasn't the festival, however, that first drew people to Round Lake. The lake sits between Lake Michigan to the west and Lake Charlevoix to the east, connected by the channel of the Pine River. Its value as a natural harbor was discovered early, and by 1873 attempts were being made to enhance the route's navigability.

Lake Charlevoix's 17,262 acres of water outflow into Round Lake which in turn flows into the Pine River and on into Lake Michigan. In order to move timber and other freight from one lake to the other, the series of pools and rapids that made up the Pine River was dredged and widened until they created a 35 foot wide, 12-foot deep channel between Round Lake and Lake Michigan.

Almost immediately, however, builders realized the waves coming off Lake Michigan would silt up the opening of the channel. Piers were constructed to break up the waves, and in 1884 a lighthouse was built on the end of the pier.

The two-way current, flowing in from Lake Michigan and out from Round Lake, is one of the things that makes the Pine River Channel, also known as the Island Lake Outlet, special. It is also the site of one of the few draw bridges operated by the Michigan Department of Transportation. 

Named for French explorer, Pierre Francois Xavier de Charlevoix, the village of Charlevoix was established in 1871. It grew to completely surround Round Lake, and in 1905 it officially became a city. By that time, Round Lake was already known as a resort community with clubs and summer homes sprouting along the sandy shores of the lake. Vacation rentals still line the shore, and there is real estate available for sale.

Charlevoix offers any amenity a visitor might want. The nationally recognized East Park sits on the shore of the lake and hosts families on weekends and bands during festivals. The park also has municipal docks, and there is a paved walkway that runs around part of Round Lake to the Charlevoix Lighthouse.

Both commercial and recreational boat traffic is still significant from Lake Michigan through the Pine Channel; with Round Lake and Lake Charlevoix spread before boaters, there are thousands of acres of water to explore. Anglers will find plenty of steelhead and brown trout in the channel, and abundant populations of smallmouth bass and walleye can be found in the lake.

Round Lake's position as a natural harbor on Lake Michigan ensures its future as a recreation destination. Surrounded by the City of Charlevoix, it is uniquely situated in an urban center, but with access to thousands of acres of the beautiful waters of northwest Michigan. People have been coming to enjoy the lake's water for well over a hundred years and are sure to continue to play on Round Lake far into the future. 

Check out this video for a look at the Charlevoix community.



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Charlevoix Annual Events

Fourth of July, Venetian Festival, Charlevoix Art & Craft Show, Cultural Corridor Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Lunar Landing, Charlevoix Waterfront Art Fair, Antiques at the Fairground, Apple Fest, Charlevoix Parade & Tree Lighting, Charlevoix Bridge Drop New Year's Eve

Schools Near Homes in Charlevoix, Michigan

The Charlevoix Intermediate School District (Char-Em ISD) is responsible for students in the Charlevoix area. Char-Em ISD serves local school districts within Charlevoix, Emmet, and northern Antrim counties.  The districts within their service area cover approximately 1,100 square miles and collectively operate 11 local public schools, three public school academies, and six private schools, serving more than 9,000 students. Charlevoix Public Schools offer the following: 

  • Charlevoix Elementary School
  • Charlevoix Middle School/Charlevoix High School 
  • St. Mary's School is a Catholic Elementary and Middle School that is located in Charlevoix.

There is a tuition-free public Montessori education for Kindergarten through 12th grade.  This is a unique opportunity for children in the Charlevoix area – a public school Montessori education.

Focused on Northern Michigan Investment Real Estate

Brook 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 they want a solid financial investment at the same time.  While the area does have many good realtors, there aren’t many with the unique financial, vacation home investing, and technology marketing background. Brook uses his diverse skill set to help clients properly evaluate and determine whether a vacation home makes financial sense.

"I have significant experience buying and selling Round Lake real estate and I'd like to help you find the perfect vacation home. Send me a message or give me a call at 231.459.3179 to learn more today."