Michigan Land for Sale
$10,000, 1.27 Acres , Lots 32, 33 & 34 - Pleasant Drive, Lenawee, Michigan
3 Wooded Lots in Brookmeade Estates in Tecumseh! F-517
$19,900, 10 Acres , 1 mile north of Coaster rd. 1 mile south of Trauni, Alger, Michigan
$1,000.00 down, $100/month 10-acre parcel of undeveloped hardwood forest. Located in th
$19,900, 10 Acres , 0, 0, Michigan
$1,000.00 down, $100/month Beautiful Spruce, Balsam, Tamarack, Pine, White Birch, Cedar
$43,900, 10.03 Acres , 10+ Acres - 8000 Block Weston Road, Lenawee, Michigan
Acreage is located in a area with lots of small homesteads. Land is currently on a year t
$32,500, 10.06 Acres , Squawfield Road, Pittsford, Hillsdale, Michigan
10 acre parcel located in Eastern Hillsdale County. Approx. 5 miles from 2 state highways
$49,900, 10.2 Acres , 10+ Acres - Newburg Road, Monroe, Michigan
10.2 all secluded country acres. Perfect for hunting land or perfect spot to build your c
$750,000, 146 Acres , 1000 Blk Sand Creek Hwy & Beecher Road, Lenawee, Michigan
Large acreage parcel located on west edge of Adrian with unlimited Possibilities. Located
$49,900, 10 Acres , 1000 Block Kett Rd., Clinton, Lenawee, Michigan
(2) 10 Acre Parcels near Clinton and US-12, in northeastern Lenawee County. One Parcel is
$160,000, 29.1 Acres , 1000 Block S. Sand Creek Hwy., Lenawee, Michigan
29+ Acres in Adrian. Zoned RT 2 Family Residential. There is City water at the street.
$225,000, 10 Acres , 10011 Prattville Road, Hillsdale, Michigan
Well taken care of farm house in Hillsdale Co. in a park like setting. 1/3 acre +/- Stocke
$5,000, 0.2 Acres , 10041 Brooklawn Drive, Lenawee, Michigan
Platted lot with great view on Lake LeAnn golf course with lake access to private Lake LeA
$23,000, 0.89 Acres , 10280 Shady Oak Shores Drive, Hillsdale, Michigan
Nice building site located on a Cul-de-sac with Lake access to Goose Lake which is a all s
$486,000, 60.83 Acres , 10539 Murphy Hwy., Tecumseh, Lenawee, Michigan
Nature enthusiasts wanted for this 60.8 +/- acre mini farm with approx. 10.9 acres tillabl
$80,000, 0.26 Acres , 108 Washington St., Clinton, Lenawee, Michigan
Great location near town and schools. Three bdrm., one bath home in the Village of Clinton
$30,000, 2.35 Acres , 1099 Meridian Road/US-127, Lenawee, Michigan
Commercial corner lot located on US-127. 300 feet of road frontage! Lots of possibilitie
$62,000, 11 Acres , 10688 15 Mile Rd, 0, Michigan
11+ Acres with Driveway. Great for hunting or to build on. Cedar Springs Schools. Or the e
No two words get a sportsman's blood racing quicker than "Upper Peninsula." This outdoor wonderland is larger than several states but is home to scarcely more than 300,000 residents. The land is heavily forested and undeveloped property abounds along the ribbons of two-lane roads that penetrate the Upper Peninsula. The Porcupine Mountains around Marquette County are sporty enough to be the home of the United States National Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame and Museum in Ishpeming. Winter comes early here and skiers have been testing their mettle on Suicide Hill since the 1880s.
Land shopping in Michigan can not be addressed without mentioning water. Touching on four of the five Great Lakes, Michigan enjoys more freshwater coastline than any place in the world. Nowhere in Michigan is more than 85 miles from a Great Lake. The lakes themselves contain 1/5 of the surface fresh water on the planet. Much of Michigan's lakeshore is privately owned but if Good Morning America keeps declaring Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore the "Most Beautiful Place in America," as it did in 2011, it will be hard to keep prices down.
Even away from Lake Michigan or Lake Superior or Lake Huron or Lake Erie no parcel of land in the Wolverine State lies more than six miles from a natural water source. There are almost one million boats registered in Michigan, only Florida's waterways are more crowded. If those boats are heading for a fishing hole salmon, trout, walleye or perch are likely to be on the menu for dinner.
If rural Michigan lands aren't being tapped by fishermen they are being exploited by hunters. There are more licensed hunters in Michigan than any other state - over one million strong. The white-tailed deer on the Upper and Lower peninsulas must match wits each season with over 750,000 hunters. It is no surprise that most Michigan schools don't bother to convene on opening day of hunting season.