77 Acres – Priced to sell at $85,000

Only $1,100 an acre

Hunting – Commercial – Investment opportunities

It is located on M-115 just south of the Timbers Restaurant and Amerigas. (About a mile north of Mitchell State Park.) It is a property with some unique characteristics. While much of the property is wetlands there is plenty high ground for residential and/or commercial use.

It is also a great hunting property.   Large bucks have been seen on the property In addition to the population of whitetail deer, there are turkeys, grouse and bear on the property.   In many years there has been a winter bear den on the property. It is bordered on the east with 220 acres of state land that expands hunting opportunities.

The original parcel was 120 acres but M-115 separated into two parcels. We are selling the property on the east side of M-115. This 77.2 acres share of the assessor’s true cash value is $115,000, well above the asking price of $85,000. Owner is a licensed real estate broker.

Zoning: Rural Residential (Allows a wide range of uses)

Property ID: 2210-36-1301

Legal: That part of S ½ of NE ¼ & NW ¼ of SE ¼ East of M-155. Subject of M-115 Right of Way. Selma Twp, Section 36 T22N R10W

Please let me know if there is other information that would be helpful. I will be happy to email you assessment information, aerial map and survey. Please feel free to walk the property.

keithcadillac@gmail.com

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In 1984 Keith Johnson became the first person ever to specialize exclusively in commercial real estate in the Cadillac area. His background, which includes a marketing degree from Michigan State University and 18 years of marketing experience with Bell & Howell, allowed him to create a marketing system which quickly made him the commercial real estate leader in the area. He continues to be involved in commercial transactions on a limited basis.

Keith has been very active in the community including extensive involvement with the Rotary Club. Here is an article from the Cadillac News that reported on a solo flight to Alaska to raise money for Cadillac’s lakefront improvements.