Have you been waiting for property to become available to build your dream house and have access to the Portage Chain of Lakes? Sadly, Sellers plans had changed after they put in a lot of sweat equity which makes this your opportunity to own, at recent appraised value, approx. 1.69 acres on the canal with a 2-minute boat ride from your own dock to Big Portage Lake. Enjoy all the Chain has to offer and then come back to the quiet and natural setting of your own oasis. All the heavy lifting has been done and just awaiting your builder to start the process. Land has been cleared and prepped, survey has been completed, soils evaluated, wetland delineation staked, 160+ feet of canal shore and boat well dredged, reinforced trex dock built to remain in place, boat lift, RipRap rock seawall installed with steps leading into the water for ease of kayak entry, natural gas at road, AT&T at road, sewer at road, plenty of space for a house and an outbuilding for all your toys, room for all your guests to park, all without an HOA! Submit your offer and bring your vision.
Located in southeast Livingston County, the fastest-growing area of Michigan’s fastest-growing county, Pinckney’s population now approaches 2,500. With quick access to both US-23 and I-96, Ann Arbor, Detroit, Lansing, and Flint are within easy reach of Pinckney residents.
Aside from convenient commute distances, Pinckney’s appeal lies in its location in the heart of lake country, and adjacent to the Pinckney Recreation Area, a natural area of over 11,000 acres administered by Michigan’s Department of Natural Resources. Within minutes of Pinckney, the outdoor enthusiast will find more than a dozen lakes, as well as hunting areas and miles of hiking, biking, and riding trails.
Pinckney offers a variety of housing types, including small lakefront cottages, newer subdivisions, and executive residences.