SOLD! 500 Feet on Lake Michigan’s Good Harbor Bay


This is an investment of a lifetime – the last untouched stretch of shoreline along Lake Michigan’s prized Good Harbor Bay. From the road to the water, the land gently ripples, creating a corduroy effect that, along with acres of native forest, buffers sight and sound. Here you will experience brilliant sunsets and dramatic views of Pyramid Point, Whaleback Mountain, North and South Manitou Islands. Between the islands and the Leelanau shoreline is the Manitou Passage, a lane that freighters sail during stormy weather for safe passage.

It is here that you will find beautiful building site options. The property consists of 2 tax parcels 45-009-029-010-00 and 45-009-029-010-50, and extends to the east side of road. Approximately 3 acres is on the west side and 2 acres are on the east. There are no adverse environmental restrictions. To provide maximum environmental protection future divisions are limited to two parcels max. Zoning R1-A on west side, min. 15,000 SF; 100 ft width minimum. not to exceed a 4:1 width to length ratio. 40 ft setback from Ordinary High Water Mark (OHM) 10 ft side yard, 25 ft ROW. Zoning east side is AR.


Along a Scenic Heritage route between Leland, Glen Arbor and the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. This is a wonderful area to bike, hike, ski and snowshoe. Easy drive to Traverse City airport, the Traverse City Film Festival and Interlochen Center for the Arts.

To see the site, park near Coldwell Banker/Ann Marie Mitchell sign. You’ll find a path that leads to beach. South Manitou Trail, Lake Leelanau, near Leland.


This is the last long stretch of privately owned, superior quality beachfront and woods along Good Harbor Bay. At the closing of the sale, one half of the proceeds will be donated to the Leelanau Conservancy!

SOLD! 500 Feet on Lake Michigan’s Good Harbor Bay

500 feet of beachfront and 5 acres of privacy, near Leland

Lake Leelanau
Acreage: 5
MLS 1810630

Frontage: 500

Views: North and South Manitou Island, Pyramid Point, Whaleback Mountain and Sunsets

Topography: Rolling swales extending north to south

Extras: At the closing, 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Leelanau Conservancy!