The building, constructed in 1957, has a classic northern Michigan lodge interior with log beams and large central gas log fireplace in the main lounge, plus commercial kitchen and dining area. While retaining the historical charm of the property, owners have made many improvements, including central air, large covered patio with kitchen, and conversion of bunk style rooms to king and queen bedrooms. Lodge currently has 20 furnished guest rooms; 6 additional rooms are also available for guest lodging. Each room has its own bathroom with shower. Property is located in the heart of northern Michigan resort country near Walloon Lake, widely known as the boyhood summer home of Ernest Hemingway. Includes 25 acres of grounds with a 60 yd x 100 yd event lawn. Also included are a 40x60 pole barn with 20' high walls and a 10x35 outbuilding. Currently operated as a group lodging venue, future growth possibilities include a winery, brewery, farm-to-table business, wedding venue, retreat or wellness center, or similar group activities. Measurements believed to be accurate, but not guaranteed, and should be verified by the buyer.