The Points of Suttons Bay is a very private, very beautiful enclave of homes on the high ground of the Stony Point Peninsula. This is a 21-unit residential site condominium; each homesite is over one acre in size. An established building footprint assures each owner a picturesque view.
This is the last parcel owned by the late Tom Beeler, the original developer of The Points. Tom’s philosophy of development is to “preserve the natural beauty of the site and enhance areas of special interest.” Here the land gently rises and falls and offers a countryside vista distinctive to Leelanau. The elevation from the road gradually rises to the east where the high point is at the tree line; from this location the land slopes downhill to the east providing a pastoral valley view. While there are several lovely building sites, the opportunity to capture a seasonal Grand Traverse Bay view (with tree work) would be to build at the tree line as shown on one of the documents. Architectural requirements include an 1800 square foot minimum dwelling; the garage must be attached; no outbuildings are allowed; the use of natural materials such as wood, stone or brick must be used on the exterior.