10.77 acres, pond, creek and a four bedroom home. Secluded privacy 4242 W 104th Ave, FGrant Mi 49327


Quick Facts

  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2 Full
  • Square Footage: 2,208
  • Type: Single Family
  • School District: Grant
  • County: Newaygo
  • MLS #: 12060356

Property Description

Ultra private setting and located within 30 minutes to the city! Room for livestock / horses. Hunt Deer, turkey and other wildlife abound in nearly 11 acres of woods with almost 350 feet of Marl Pit Creek running along the back of the property not far from the Muskegon River. 4 bedroom 2 bath home with former garage converted to rec room. Huge two year old detached garage with upstairs wired for rec room or work shop. there is plenty of storage. Have fun on the patio with fire pit and outdoor kitchen area. Large pond with fountain and garden area complete with private beach for swimming and fishing. Even room for boating. Beautifully landscaped yard with flowers, fruit trees and well kept lawn. Private yet close enough for an easy commute to either Muskegon or Grand Rapids Video tour available online. This property is NOT a short sale or foreclosure listing.


M-37 to 112th St. W on 112th to Bagley. South on Bagley to 104th. W on 104th to home. Watch for sign. Drive on S side of road between two homes.

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Land Contract terms for Land for Sale in Coopersville, Mi 49404

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Three Coopersville Building Sites / parcels with Land Contract terms: 5.6 Acre building site with a hilltop view. Secluded. Horse and livestock friendly. Directions:  8th Ave in Wright Twp between Taft and Roosevelt. Land Contract terms: $9000.00 DOWN / 5% … Continue reading

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Timber Frame Log Home 7902 E 72nd Ave, Newaygo Mi 49337

Timber Frame Log Home

For Sale

7902 E 72nd Ave
Newaygo Mi 49337

See the Video here:  

This is a unique Artisan Timber Frame Log Home home and a true work of art.

Timber frame home is built by the owner for his own family. This modern Log home is built to LAST!

Feel like you are living rustic, but in a sustainable, natural, earth friendly home. Vaulted cathedral ceiling with exposed beams highlight the Great Room and is a perfect space to entertain.

EVRYTHING is HAND made by the owner, a Professional Builder. Custom kitchen featuring handmade cabinets, center  island with butcher block countertop surface, Copper sinks and wide plank wood floors are sure to impress your friends and family.

Upstairs features two bedrooms (each with vaulted ceilings and exposed beams) and a full bathroom. ( BONUS room OVER THE GARAGE )

This home features a fully finished walkout basement featuring heated floors, office space, family room with a gas fireplace, bathroom, and storage.

The property is 20 acres with a creek and POND, Privacy, peace of mind and all located 35 minutes to down town Grand Rapids, Mi

This property is NOT a short sale or foreclosure listing.  That means EASY and FAST closing to you.

The official GRAR listing details here:  http://www.grar.com/property/mls/12046426

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6000 Leonard St, Coopersville Schools:

Very unique and charming 5 bedroom home on a beautiful wooded country lot only 1/10 mile from a public boat ramp on the Grand River. Paved Driveway. City water.
Fireplace newer furnace and central air. Every room is very large and roomy.
Hardwood Floors, Newly remodeled and tiled, the main bath with the laundry next
to the bedrooms is very practical. Huge Master Suite With Lots Of Closet Space.
You must see the inside of this home to fully appreciate the spaciousness. $177,000.

See photos and details at: http://www.grar.com/property/mls/11037282

Call Clint Maki 616-997-3948
Thresholds For Living Realty

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NOT a short sale! NO bank approval needed. Move right in! Very nice, modern home
in the country on 1 acre with choice of Coopersville or Ravenna schools. Lots Of Extras
Includes Basement Has One Egress Window for possible 4th bedroom. – Ready For
Finishing. Den On Upper Level could be 4th bedroon with some finish work. Pellet
Stove In Living Room. Coopersville Bus Comes Right To Driveway Of Home. Central
location to Grand rapids and muskegon. $139,900.

See details and pictures: http://www.grar.com/property/mls/11035588

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NOT a short sale! NO bank approval needed. Immediate possession! This Modern, classic, VINTAGE home is BEAUTIFUL! Completely Remodeled. In The Popular Coopersville School District, This Three Bedroom, Two Bath, Two Story Shows Quality And Pride Of Ownership. Large Living Room With See-thru Fireplace To Den. Spacious Formal Dining Room Opening To Kitchen With Eating Area And Slider To Large Deck. Main Floor Also Has A Full Bath With Sunken Tub. Upstairs Features Three Bedrooms And Full Bath With 4 Ft Shower. Lower Full Basement Is Clean As A Whistle And Is Set Up As A Recreation Room And Large Laundry Area. Too Many New Updates To Mention. Everything is freshly painted, refurbished and ready to move in! New Windows Throughout Home. And One And A Half Stall Unattached Garage. Potential Fourth Bedroom On Main Floor In Den. $124,900.

See details and pictures: http://www.grar.com/property/mls/11034004


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The Power of Emotion and Money when you sell your home.

The Power of Emotion and Money when you sell your home. 

When selling your home it is vital that you separate your emotions from your money. Selling real estate is simply a business transaction.  People put a lot of emotion into their homes.  We raise our families in our homes.  We pour blood, sweat, tears and money into our houses.  I have seen people refuse to sell at a good, solid market price because their favorite dog is buried in the back yard.  Sometimes people tend to get emotional about the sale of their real estate because so much of their identity is wrapped up in what they “own”.  You are not your house.  Your house is not your children.  When separated from our relationships, a house is simply a neatly arranged pile of sticks, stones and metal.

In cases of divorce or other legal issues people will often impart emotion into the sale as well.  Often times in situations like those, one party wants the house to sell a lot faster than the other party.

I know I am being purposely crass here, but my point is that at some point you will be separated from your house.  By a job transfer, severe legal or financial problems or death, we all leave at some point.  When it’s time to go, it is time to go.    You cannot take it with you.

Fear and angst over money can kill a real estate deal when left uninhibited. What if you owe more on your home than market value will bear?  That also invokes emotions in people’s minds.  Frankly, what you owe on your home has absolutely no influence on your market value.  Over indulgence in credit or the deflation of house prices in your area certainly does not determine value in either direction.  Is it possible you can attract someone who will break you even at the closing?  That is a rare possibility, but not likely, especially when there are so many other homes out there to use as comparison to yours.

You may be in a position where you have to pay down the balance using cash from your own pocket, a loan from your retirement fund or a credit card.  How badly do you want to sell?  Is it a priority?  Is it an emergency?  What is the cost of keeping the house? When separated from the emotion, is it a money saver if you walk away from the house owing a small portion of the debt and pay that portion off over time?   I have seen people make dozens of payments on a house they no longer need or can afford simply because they did not do the math in respect to what it REALLY costs them to keep the property.  Add up all of the expenses connected to the house.  Calculate the payments, interest, taxes, insurance, utilities, and maintenance such as mowing or snow removal.  Add to that figure the LOSS of the use of your money elsewhere as well as the inconvenience and the negative emotion of having a burdensome property (if that applies).

I know it is difficult, but I have learned from experience on many occasions that as a  purely business standpoint, sometimes it makes sense to admit defeat, surrender, and sell a take a loss.


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