Stunning condominium overlooking the first hole of the Preserve Golf Course in Bay Harbor’s private west end featuring soaring ceilings, high end finishes, eight foot doors, and over 4500 square feet of living space on two levels. This is not your standard Bay Harbor Condo in need of updates, this meticulously cared for, Thomas Sebold and Associates Design/Build Townhome has been updated with graceful touches to compliment it's modern, open floor plan including larger rooms, two fireplaces, private study/office, Viking and Sub-Zero appliances, huge lower level with wet bar, and a private outdoor space with mature plantings and a tranquil water feature. Being an end unit affords more room for pets and outdoor living which gives 1191 Cedar Lane a private residence feel but with all the convenience of “close the door and walkaway” condominium living. Year-round, weekends, or for the full summer season this luxurious residence fits all needs and is just a short Gem Car ride from Bay Harbor’s World Class Yacht club, The Bay Harbor Golf Club, and The Marina District, all nestled against the clear, fresh water of Little Traverse Bay, long heralded as one of the premiere aquatic recreation destinations in the country. Contact today for a personal tour.
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