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Property Watch: The Hangar Home Of Bohemian Valley

By Emily Tyra | Sept. 9, 2020

After one full day on the market, Maple City’s “Hangar Home” (1825 Nemeskal Road, MLS# 1879692, $799,000) has a roster of showings that start at 9am sharp today, September 9.

Listing agent Hillary Voight of Venture Properties in Leland says interest in the home over the last 24 hours has been off the charts, in part because of its location on 80 acres neighbored by the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. “It is hidden in the heart of Bohemian Valley, which is a slice of heaven. A very magical place.”

Yes, the 14-foot ceilings could accommodate a plane, plus the oversized windows allow for continuous cross breezes and endless views of the open fields and epic tree-lines. The current owners composed the home with a modern/industrial vibe and the help of many Michigan craftsmen, including the floor-to-ceiling brick walls built by Leelanau-local masons at Novak Masonry, and barn wood by Woodhaven Log and Lumber, milled in Mio.

Editor's note: Voight tells the Leelanau Ticker that a late-night offer was accepted, but showings will continue as planned with backup offers still accepted, as this was a sight-unseen deal.


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