Big Bay MI Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Big Bay, MI is $103,000.
the county median home value of $151,100.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Big Bay, MI is $103,000.
Approximately 26.7% of Big Bay homes are owned,
compared to 3.27% rented, while
70.03% are vacant.
Big Bay real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Big Bay real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Park like setting on 235? of sandy Lake Superior beach in Big Bay. Home includes nearly all furnishings, linens, dishes, glassware & kitchen items. Huge master suite with 2 walk-in closets, laundry & a lovely bay window overlooking the lake. Master bath remodeled in 2018. Two & half car garage w/ a lofted bunk room w/ 2 bedrooms (Sleeps 8), dual sink bathroom & laundry. Main house has 3 guest bedrooms. Gourmet marble kitchen w/vaulted ceilings & Lake Superior Stone fireplace in the adjoining dining room. Three seasons room w/a wonderful lake view. Additional features include a 8x12 marble bar, H/W floors in the kitchen, living & dining rooms. Two full baths on main floor, one including shower & Jacuzzi tub, Kohler back-up generator, separate single car garage, recently added storage garage w/ two 10-foot doors for recreational toys, decking, horseshoe pit, lakefront swing, children?s playhouse, fire pit & more. Wonderful sand beach w/ private road access just minutes from the village.
Spectacular scenery and base camp for outdoor adventures with family and friends, not roughing it. Canoe, kayak, sail, swim and fish Ives Lake. Tell tall tales by the big stone fireplace, sun on the beach, listen to loons. Dick can guide you to high rock overlooks, Pinnacle Falls, or the McCormic Wilderness tract. The Marquette area has world class mountain bike trails year round. Camp sleeps six. Ives is a large 470 acre natural lake with depths to 110 feet, the beach is sand, trout (and perch) fishing is great, and you`ll find the cabin warm and welcoming, but a significant portion of the value derives from Seven Pines` location within the guarded gates and surrounding 35 square miles of the exclusive and spectacular Huron Mountain Club. This is the only parcel sold on a major lake entirely within the Club since it was created in the 1880`s, and the only one that could. The HMC land is one of the premier parcels of recreational real estate in the north-central United States. As one visitor put it, "if this property were ever sold it would likely become our next national park." It is frequently called "the finest undeveloped tract of recreational land east of the Mississippi." The only house, historic "Stone House built in the 1920's by John Longyear, first President of the Huron Mt. Club, is distantly visible from the living room of the cabin. The original cabin was constructed in 1957. We totally remodeled it with a Boston architect and a Marquette contractor. All systems and construction were brought to Code, approved by Marquette County on 12/18/00. The interior is cedar, fir, cherry and pine. It has a massive stone fireplace, two bathrooms, two bunk rooms and a master bedroom. Kitchen counters are native Lake Superior granite. There is a small dishwasher and trash compactor. Our contractor measured the square footage of the structure including the screened porch, the area we use most in the summer and fall, as 1,568 SF. Will consider a land contract offer.