For the adventurous souls in search of uncharted paths, your journey ends here – amidst the enchanting woods and tranquil waters of Cathead Bay. An unparalleled opportunity awaits, a hidden gem veiled in nature's embrace. For generations, this 39-acre woodland realm, graced with 338 feet of pristine Cathead Bay shoreline, has been held by a single family since the early 1970s. A testament to the rare and extraordinary, this haven adjoins the Kehl Lake Natural Area to the south, while a private conservation easement to the west ensures perpetual seclusion for much of the property. The terrain rises and falls, boasting an upland area along the beach and pockets of high quality wetlands. Nestled within this wilderness are two cabins within the woods, secluded from the waterscape's view. The larger cabin, a 3-bedroom 1-bath, and its smaller 1-bedroom, 1-bath counterpart stand as witnesses to the passage of time. The buyer must consent to a thirteen-year life-lease, an agreement to allow the seller to occupy these structures for this period of time. However, take solace in the knowledge that the seller will offer a land contract, a golden opportunity in today's financial landscape. Yet, be prepared to embrace the untamed. No trodden trail will lead you to the beach parcel; it remains a true wilderness. A word of caution – do not attempt to use neighbor's driveway. The profile's drone imagery offers a glimpse of the waterfront landscape. Here, in this wildness, the road less traveled awaits not just discovery, but of a life lived boldly amidst the woods and water of Northport’s Cathead Bay.
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Schmidt-Leland.