6 lovely Michigan homes you can buy right now

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South Haven. Built in 2000, this five-bedroom home provides views of Lake Michigan and the South Haven lighthouse. Details include custom-built cabinets, bird's-eye maple floors, a fitness room, and high ceilings.

The 0.36-acre lot features a pool, a flagstone patio with a fire pit, and 105 feet of lake frontage. $2,399,000. Matson, @properties, (269) 214-0240.

Northport. This four-bedroom home on Grand Traverse Bay is part of a year-round resort community. The interior features solid wood doors, a newly renovated kitchen, and a master bedroom with a gas fireplace.

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The property has lake frontage and comes with access to four private beaches, sports courts, and a clubhouse. $499,999. Ann Marie Mitchell, Coldwell Banker/Schmidt Realtors, (231) 642-5454.

Fennville. Set on 6.7 acres, this four-bedroom house is made of steel, custom block, and redwood. An open-concept plan allows light to flow throughout the home. Other details include white oak flooring, a chef's kitchen, and an accordion glass wall that leads to a screened porch.

The landscaped property has 158 feet of footage on the Kalamazoo River and a detached guest house. $899,000. Jackson G. Matson, @properties, (269) 214-0240.

Lakeside David. Haid, a protégé of Mies van der Rohe, built this two-bedroom house in 1964. The home includes floor-to-ceiling windows, a fireplace in the living room, and an open floor plan.

The 2.6-acre property has flower gardens and 200 feet of beachfront. $3,650,000. Karen Strohl and Donna Iwamoto, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (312) 953-8906.

Grosse Pointe. Park Built in 1951, this English Tudor lies on 1.9 acres overlooking Lake St. Clair. The five-bedroom, slate-roofed house has a new custom kitchen, hardwood floors, and detailed mill-work throughout.

Property amenities include a koi pond, flower gardens, and a large patio with an awning. $1,989,000. Heather Ulku, Higbie Maxon Agney Realtors, (313) 886-3400.

Detroit. This five-bedroom stone home sits on a corner double lot on the western edge of Indian Village. Features include ornate fireplaces, French doors, and a dining room with beamed ceilings, and an in-law suite is accessible through a separate rear staircase.

The landscaped property comes with a two-car garage and is close to notable restaurants and area services. $279,000. Hubert Hill, Historic Realty Detroit, (313) 818-1301.

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