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Property Watch: Green Build on Stony Point

By Emily Tyra | May 21, 2020

Just spotted by the property scouts at the Leelanau Ticker: a quiet, efficient-by-design oasis on Stony Point in Suttons Bay designed by local architect Andy Rink. The all-electric home (322 S Donnybrook Road, $1,574,900) is outfitted with solar arrays that create a 100 percent self-sufficient power source. Listing agent Cory Beuerle at Century 21 Northland in Suttons Bay says every corner and nook of the property is right-sized and perfectly set up for working from home. The bonus outbuilding is built with the same quality as the house, with 12-foot doors that allow clearance for boats, farm gear and even film studio equipment. Ready-to-go gardens and an outdoor cooking area with a grill, deep fryer, pizza oven and bay views will keep the homebodies happy.

 

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