Estimate Finished Square Feet 454 Sq Ft Above Ground
Super cute cottage on just shy of an acre of land, tucked into a beautiful wooded lot across the street from Losee Lake and a 5 minute walk to the entrance of the Pinckney State Recreation with the popular silver Lake Beach. If kayaking, hiking, paddle boarding, mountain biking the Potawatomi Trails or just enjoying sounds of nature are your thing, this darling cottage is for you. New vinyl siding, all brand new windows, all new crisp white kitchen cabinets, granite c-tops and slate floors. All new light fixtures, acacia wood floors, newer roof, recessed lighting, furnace and hot water heater. Property converted to natural gas. Spiral staircase leads to the loft/bedroom are with tree house feel. The nicely insulated pole barn has two garage bays and a bonus recreation room with electric but no heat. Enjoy your private fire pit area up a small hill where you can soak in the sounds of the surrounding wildlife and peaceful vibes. It is small but presents so many great opportunities!
Located in southeast Livingston County, the fastest-growing area of Michigan’s fastest-growing county, Pinckney’s population now approaches 2,500. With quick access to both US-23 and I-96, Ann Arbor, Detroit, Lansing, and Flint are within easy reach of Pinckney residents.
Aside from convenient commute distances, Pinckney’s appeal lies in its location in the heart of lake country, and adjacent to the Pinckney Recreation Area, a natural area of over 11,000 acres administered by Michigan’s Department of Natural Resources. Within minutes of Pinckney, the outdoor enthusiast will find more than a dozen lakes, as well as hunting areas and miles of hiking, biking, and riding trails.
Pinckney offers a variety of housing types, including small lakefront cottages, newer subdivisions, and executive residences.