Leelanua, MI (PRWEB) March 17, 2008
Coldwell Banker Schmidt Realtors has listed Michigan's famous Olympic mountain ski resort, Sugar Loaf, for sale with an asking price of $5,700,000.
Sugar Loaf Resort opened on Saturday December 26, 1964 and was declared Michigan's newest and finest ski area. Over the years Sugar Loaf has built up
a reputation as a wonderful place for family recreation and the state's best slopes.
Surrounded by the spectacular Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Sugar Loaf Resort includes 478 acres (8 parcel development), a 144,000 square foot lodge & hotel facility, airport with paved 3,500 foot airstrip, mountain bike trails, 25 ski runs, 7 lifts, and 26 km of cross country ski trails. Sugar Loaf is consistently ranked among the "Best Views in the Midwest". The view from the top consists of The Sleeping Bear Dunes, Lake Michigan, Lime Lake, Glen Lake and Little Traverse Lake.
Since the resort closed, residents have been hoping for its return. The local township board has amended zoning ordinances to accommodate a planned unit development zone which could include equestrian stables, executive retreat facilities, an 80 acre luxury RV park, and more. Much of the ground work has been laid for a potential owner to get started quickly without the cost of a plan up front.
See http://buysugarloaf.com for photos, maps, more information.
Carolyn Collins, sales associate
Coldwell Banker Schmidt