This remarkable, historic property was formerly owned by Henry Ford and operated as a mill and company village called Pequaming. Ford used the town as a model for his theories on self-reliance and education. In 1937 he built a high school which contained state of the art home economics food and clothing labs and a library as well as the first fluorescent lights in a Michigan school. The school was later converted into a beautiful home with many of the original features such as the trim and flooring retained. Sitting on almost 12 acres, this property has 2,500 ft of Lake Superior frontage, a marina, campground, historic water tower, and plenty of trees and lawn space. The privacy, peace, and beauty of this unique property is a rare find. Park your boat or sea plane in the harbor, store your toys in one of the large outbuildings, and climb to the top of the water tower (carefully!) for unbelievable views of the bay. The opportunities and amenities of this property are endless. Call today to schedule a showing of this one of a kind home.
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