Festival Lane is a small, quiet neighborhood of lovely homes perched just above Burt Lake's waterline, providing amazing sunset views and breezes. This is the only available 250' of waterfront on highly desirable Maple Bay. Families have been coming for generations to enjoy fresh air, moderate temperatures and year around lake experiences of boating, fishing, water sports and ice fishing. Also included is an upper parcel perfect for that essential pole barn, guesthouse or garden area. Your watercraft will be docked on the famous Inland Waterway, providing a lifetime of boating discovery with access to the Great Lakes and the beyond at Lake Huron in Cheboygan. The immediate area provides a wealth of options to appease the outdoorsman, athlete and nature lover, hosting two Little Traverse Conservancy properties, the Burt Lake Trail, hundreds of acres of State Lands, the Maple Bay boat launch, the Maple River Blue Ribbon Trout stream and U of M Biological Station. It's just 10 minutes to I-75 or US 31 and the areas best skiing, golfing, shopping, dining and attractions are within 25 minutes radius. Whether a year round or vacation home, you are centrally located to the best of the region from Burt's Western shore
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