Here amid this rich and diverse habitat is Fox View, a prized parcel on the shore of Lake Michigan’s Cathead Bay. At the lakeward end of the property is a beach ridge that gently slopes toward the east to the road; beautiful white cedar trees provide visual privacy. The site has been improved with a driveway, a septic tank and drain field; it’s been cleared for a home and there are stairs to the beach. There are miles of pristine beach for walking, and the Grand Traverse Lighthouse is steps away.
At the tip of the Leelanau Peninsula, near the Grand Traverse Lighthouse and the Leelanau State Park. Lot 10, N. Cathead Bay, Northport, MI.
It’s naturally beautiful and peaceful. The building site is wooded and lovely. According to experts, the shoreline is the last stop for migrating birds to rest and feed before crossing the big water to and from the Upper Peninsula—more than 120 species of birds have been documented. In this location is an extensive array of protected lands. The Leelanau State Park and a number of private conservation easements along with the Lighthouse West Natural Area protect over 2,000 feet of shoreline and 600 plus acres for wildlife.