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reelemin

4 SALE - 9.1 acres, w/cabins - Grand Marais area

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reelemin

we are selling our wonderful plot of land by Grand Marais MN - 9.1 acres with a cozy, insulated cabin, a sealed yet unfinished bunk house and a bath house. The main cabin has electricity and a secondary line is run to the bath house, not yet connected

- 9.1 acres

- 12 x 12 cabin , elec, winterized

- 12 x 12 bunk house exterior finished, inside has a double bed and built in bunkbeds

- 700 ft driveway ( about .10 mi )

- completly woodlot

- 6 mi from Grand Marais

- 5 mi from Pike lake

- 20 minutes from Lutsen ski area

- winter view of lake Superior

- NO well or septic

- back 3rd of property is a ravin with a creek

------- $149,000. -----

will chat more thru email or phone.

view of cabins from parking area - main cabin to the left, bunkhouse middle, bathhouse to the right.

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Mike Stark

that place looks great!!!

i need to take out a loan.

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Powerstroke

Tami!!! Why are you selling the retreat?!?

I wish I had the money

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eyehunter

Why can't I see the pics??

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reelemin

Andy

It was a very hard decision, but basicly we wanted to get back into camping and traveling like we use to. We love the cabin but just want to be more mobile.

It really is a great piece of land and an awesome area.

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reelemin

Why can't I see the pics??

not sure, can you see other pics in other forums?

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Powerstroke

I see the pics just fine. If you're checking from a work computer sometimes they block the photos.

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Powerstroke

I see the pics just fine. If you're checking from a work computer sometimes they block the photos.

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Sandmannd

Looks like a great place, wish I had the cash.

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sparcebag

reelemin can I possibly get a google earth or simular screenshot? Just to show a definate location with boundries marked close to real.

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upnorth

Tami,

Place looks great, wish I had the money. Grand Marais area is one of my favorite places on the North Shore.

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Eric Hancock

nice place wish I was in your shoes.

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Iambjm

Any offers yet?

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reelemin

Still for sale

price reduced to $128,900.00

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