This newly constructed home in downtown Petoskey, designed by esteemed architect Nick White, conjures images of a traditional, stucco cottage. Every detail in this home was carefully considered. Beautiful brick floors line the entry, antique Venetian chandeliers glitter throughout, a two-story limestone fireplace anchors the living space, Thermador appliances fill the kitchen, and marble countertops adorn the kitchen and master ensuite. Walnut from a tree that resided on the property was milled and used to construct many of the window sills and door frames on the main level, and the floors are beautiful, ¾” cherry. The Bryant furnace is high efficiency, and the Pella windows have three panes for added efficiency.
The layout of this picturesque home is ideally suited for a family or couple who is looking for first-floor living. The master suite and laundry facilities reside on the main floor adjacent to the roomy living space. Two additional bedrooms, bath and loft area are located on the upper level, and an additional ensuite bedroom is in the lower level adjacent to the large family room that boasts an additional gas fireplace. This home features an attached oversized, two-car garage and ample storage.
Situated on Lake Street, just a few blocks from Petoskey’s picturesque Gaslight District, this home sits on a wooded hill above the beautiful Winter Sports Park. The expansive deck takes advantage of the views, and the European courtyard is plumbed with a gas line for grilling. This property is indeed one-of-a-kind – new construction in the historic downtown neighborhoods of Petoskey cannot be replicated!