Bryan Beckwith
Real Estate One
(231) 631-2913

Bryan A. Beckwith
Associate Broker
Tel: (231) 631-2913
Fax: (888) 275-4099
511 East Front St.
Traverse City, MI 49686

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Leelanau County Land and Acreage

Current Leelanau County Acreage Listings - 10+ Acres
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Current Leelanau County Acreage Listings - 40+ Acres

About Leelanau County:
Leelanau, a word meaning: "Delight of Life," certainly reflects what can be seen when traveling this peninsula, one of Michigan’s gems. This name, suggested by Henry Schoolcraft, aptly fits the feeling one gets when looking over the pristine waters, clear blue sky and coastlines of Grand Traverse Bay and Lake Michigan.

Leelanau County was officially established in 1863 with Northport as the County Seat until 1882, when it was transferred to Leland. The lighthouse, at the peninsula’s northernmost point, (currently a museum open in the summer), was first constructed in 1858 to guide freighters through the Manitou Passage, and marks the entrance to the Grand Traverse Bay. Leelanau County’s scenery is hard to beat: from the Sleeping Bear Dunes just north of Empire, to inland Lake Leelanau, to the calm waters of Omena and Suttons Bays, there is plenty to do.

Leelanau County Links:
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Leelanau County Wiki

This site specializes in Leelanau County land, up north property, northern Michigan acreage, riverfront acreage and upper Michigan waterfront property. You will also see property in other counties.

Browse my featured listings to explore Leelanau County acreage and other northern Michigan acreage.

If Leelanau County land holds a specific interest, then we can assist you with your property needs. Leelanau County has beautiful acreage lots available. Leelanau County is among the strongest land and acreage markets in northern Michigan.

Vacant acreage of Leelanau County real estate is also good if you're considering a little solitude. Leelanau County real estate has seen significant gains in values over the last decade, but prices are still more reasonable that you'd might expect.

What type of Leelanau County acreage would you like to find? Hunting property, waterfront vacant land. Affordable land is always a popular Leelanau County real estate investment. Northern Michigan offers a variety of properties in a wide price range. Contact me and I will provide you the best of service.

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