• Woodcliff: An Investment of a LifetimeWoodcliff: An Investment of a Lifetime
    Woodcliff: 8 bdrm/8bath 30 acre estate with a view | MLS1901102 | $2,200,000
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  • E Pleasant HillE Pleasant Hill
    184 Continuous Acres on the Leelanau Peninsula | MLS1900770 | $1,500,000
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  • Stony Point Building SiteStony Point Building Site
    Stony Point 1 acre building site | MLS1900864 | $84,500
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Welcome Friends,

Leelanau, the “little finger” of northwest Michigan’s Lower Peninsula is a destination. Surrounded on three sides by Lake Michigan you will discover one hundred miles of shoreline beaches, thirty three inland lakes, and five islands within sight of land, glorious sunrises, sunsets and starry nights.

It’s a place for leisure after hard work. It’s a place to raise a family and work hard at living. And to invest in. But mostly this is a place to celebrate the land and the bounty of harvest, and marvel at the beauty of water, sky and landscape.

There are many locations to choose from. At the slender tip you’ll find Northport, a small town with an all new harbor, golf course and boutique bowling, the Grand Traverse Lighthouse and the Leelanau State Park; on the west shore is Leland’s Fishtown, Glen Arbor, Empire and the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore voted the Most Beautiful Place in America.

Along the east shore are the charming towns of Omena, Peshawbestown, Suttons Bay, and at the base of the peninsula is Traverse City home to the Film Festival, National Writers Series, Cherry Festival and more. In the heart of Leelanau, nature is on display—amazing vistas, working orchards, vineyards, organic farms, forests, moraines and drumlins, valleys, dunes, lakes, rivers and wetlands, parkland and conserved land.

Look over the properties that I have listed for sale. Or search for others. Then call, email, or stop in to see me. Let’s talk about your dreams and making them happen here. Leelanau is the most beautiful place in America and one of the country’s best kept secret.

When the timing is right, no matter how long it takes, I’ll help you find what you are looking for. It’s never too soon. So start your search here!

Leelanau Almanac

Leelanau Peninsula
348.5 square miles; 223,040 acres

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore
71.65 square miles; 45,854 acres*
*portion within Leelanau County  

Pere Marquette State Forest
5,000 acres

Leelanau State Park
1,300 acres

Agricultural Land
46,842 acres

Leelanau Conservancy Natural Areas
1,891 acres

Farmland Conservation Easements
5,000 acres

Inland Lakes
16,637 acres

Boating Launch Sites on Inland Lakes
14 locations

Northport, Leland, Suttons Bay, Greilickville, Peshawbestown, Traverse City, Elk Rapids

Parks and Recreation Areas
49 locations

Leelanau Scenic Heritage Route 
M22, M109, M204

60 miles

Leelanau (TART) Trail
Paved trail from Traverse City to Suttons Bay  
15 miles