Bass Lake is this landscape’s most beautiful and expressive feature. Situated between Omena and Leland, this private inland lake sanctuary is noteworthy for its 2,500 feet of undeveloped shoreline on Bass Lake, 1,200 feet along the Belanger Creek corridor, vineyard-suitable areas, high ground with lake views, pasture areas and valued forests.
The wildlife habitat is rich and diverse – bass, blue gill, mink, otter, cranes, wood ducks, egrets, herons, loons, eagles, and an occasional bear. There are actually 89 total acres including the bottomlands of this private lake. About 30 acres are characterized as upland; the remainder is characterized as wetland or bottomlands. Twenty acres are tillable.
The well-maintained ranch home sits on top of a knoll overlooking the lake, surrounded by birch trees. Trees from the land were selected, cut, and dried for the home’s construction. The exterior vertical siding is white pine. The interior has an open plan, beautiful views, wood floors and conscientious improvements. This home has been owned by one family since 1928. According to the sellers,” We see more wildlife in one year than most people see in a lifetime. The lake gives us a most peaceful feeling when out in a boat – it is quiet and private.”
It’s centrally located on the peninsula; on the road between Omena and Leland. 11123 E Omena Rd, Northport MI 49670.
This is the largest private holding on one of the few private lakes in Leelanau County. If your vision of good living includes nature’s wildness, fishing, bird watching and privacy, this place is for you.
|Master Bedroom||Main||11 x 15|
|Bedroom 2||Main||11 x 11.6|
|Bedroom 3||Main||11.7 x 12|
|Bedroom 4||Main||15 x 11|
|Kitchen||Main||18 x 15|
|Living Room||Main||18 x 18|