UP of Michigan 520-Acre Chaney Lake!
Chaney Lake is barely visible from the road as you drive by. It's hidden in a wooded hollow about 20 minutes north of Manitowish Waters and just a half mile from the Wisconsin / Michigan UP border. There is just one DNR boat launch on the entire lake and you will miss it entirely if you are not looking carefully for it. This lake is quiet and hidden from view and the commotion of sport boaters. But it does provide room for tubing and skiing.
Chaney Lake is 520 acres with a maximum depth of 25 feet. It hosts an array of fish from Walleye and Northern Pike to Crappie, Largemouth Bass and Perch. Much of the lake is undeveloped. While it is big enough for power water sports, most of the users are fisherman and the lake provides quiet waters for fishing, waterfowl hunting and boating/paddling. The scenery is just what we all picture when we think of a northwoods lake. You will see eagles, herons, egrets, deer, even a stray moose or two if you are fortunate.
This Michigan UP land listing provides you with 1.25 acres of northern forest and plenty of shoreline for your dock and swim platform. It has the perfect slope for a walk-out basement and an elevated deck facing the water. The view is amazing. This land comes with a Warranty Deed, Title Insurance and a written Guarantee of Build-ability. It is surveyed and ready for your camp or cabin. Bank financing is available to qualified buyers with 20% down.
When you want to head into town for a meal or some shopping you will find Manitowish Waters and Minocqua, Wisconsin to the south and Wakefield, Michigan to the north. There are snowmobile and ATV trails in the area as well as thousands of acres of wilderness forest for hunting.
This is truly a beautiful Upper Peninsula of Michigan lakefront property and one you should not delay in seeing. This lakefront land will not last long, so contact our Recreational Land Specialists today to arrange for your appointment. Be sure to bring your camera. You're going to want to take photos.
Property Number: BTCL-03
Location: Upper Peninsula of Michigan