23.4 acre waterfront parcel and Lots 25 and 26 of Dale Bridge Subdivision II: Secluded, uniquely beautiful topography, diversely forested, with 1500 feet of Bear Creek waterfront, navigable to Wixom Lake. A perfect private estate, residential development parcel, or combination of uses. Close to Beaverton, Gladwin, quick drive to Midland, Mt. Pleasant, easily accessible from other parts of the State.
Running through the center of the property, as a tributary to Wixom Lake, is Bear Creek, the sand and gravel creek bottom is excellent fish habitat and provides boating access to Gladwin County's Wixom Lake. There are approximately 1500 feet of Bear Creek on the property, with both sides of the creek's banks and basin within the property's boundaries.
The property is conveniently located with, paved road year round access from: I-75, US-10, and, M-18 or M-30, and with shopping a few miles in either direction.
Professionally designed and built as a conservation development method of development, the plan featured open space residential living, and was granted a State of Michigan approval for 220 feet of broadside docking with a Marina Operating Permit on Bear Creek. The plan approvals included 9 large home sites, with large open, natural areas, including the creek basin. All of the surveys, legal documents, and approvals granted to us, go with the property. Due to the zoning and sandy soils on the property, a much higher density is possible if developed differently. The property could be sold as designed, modified for greater density, utilized as a private estate, or any combination of these and other uses.
The acreage fronts on Dale Road and Freeman Road, both of which are paved, and features a new landscape designed road, Rookery Ridge, built to County standards, which accesses the property from the secluded center. The road is actually part of the overall landscape design utilized by the landscape architect and engineers, taking advantage of the: elevation contours, berms, trees, and elevation changes, as you drive through the property. The Rookery Ridge Road entrance is at 1601 Dale Road. This land features uncommon natural topographical relief, with elevation changes of 20 to 40 feet along the creek and throughout the property.
The landscape architects and conservation planners complimented this topography by: mass balancing, reshaping, and restoring the surface shapes in a number of areas, and also integrating large privacy berms and transplanting 100 mature conifers, to compliment the mature: Beech, Oak, White Pine, White Spruce, and other tree species found throughout the property. There was close to a half million dollars invested in the development of the property.
There are beautiful natural views from most anywhere on the property with the creek serving as a migratory bird resting or stop off point. Fox, deer, blue herons, white swans, ducks, eagle, owl, and many varying species of migratory and native wildlife are found on the property.
The buyer may want to utilize this as a private estate, while preserving the options to sell lots in the future, or to sell building sites exclusively.
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