Property is 1 mile from Marquette on 2 acres and 300 feet of Chocolay river with a river view from the home. 200 yards out the front door is the Iron Ore Heritage Trail bike/hike/snowmobile path that runs along Lake Superior into Marquette or the opposite direction all the way to Munising - easily accessed by snowmobile from the house. Less than 1/2 mile off Lake Superior. 35 minute kayak paddle to Lake Superior from the property. Two kayaks and stand up paddle board are provided. Screen porch with river view. Fire pit down at the river (firewood provided). Weber gas grill. The master bedroom is on the main floor. There are two bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. Fully furnished kitchen to cook up a feast. Driveway can park 4 cars. High speed Wi-Fi and Vizio 55" HD Smart TV provided with Roku streaming device that allows you to access channels via your home cable package. Ping-pong table in the basement for rainy-day fun. Central air conditioning. Gas fireplace in the living room.
- House167 m²
- Half Baths0
- Min. Stay2 - 7 nights
3 Bedroom, Two Bathroom On 2 Acres With 300 Feet River Frontage and River View
John and Laura Brummer
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- within one hour
- Calendar last updated:
- 13 Dec. 2018
About John and Laura Brummer
We are John and Laura. In our picture we are standing at the top of Sugar Loaf mountain just a couple miles outside Marquette overlooking Lake Superior. Great place to go. We have been married 19 years and live in Illinois and wish we could spend every day in the beautiful Upper Peninsula. While we are not able to do that we could not resist buying a property that we could begin enjoying now. We spend our summers and holidays here enjoying the Chocolay River, Lake Superior, the great town of Marquette and hiking and biking and kayaking and marveling at the open friendliness of people who are fortunate to truly be Yoopers.
John and Laura Brummer purchased this House in 2014
Why John and Laura Brummer chose Harvey
We love water. We love wildlife. We love biking and hiking and camping. We love fun people. These qualities cannot be better represented than Marquette, MI.
What makes this House unique
The property was designed and built by a couple named Jerry and Carolyn. We saw the property and loved it. They developed the property and built the home in 2007. We have benefited from their vision and tried to follow in their footsteps enjoying it like they did. The home sits on two acres and there is a mulched and gravel path that flows down to the river through beautiful red and white pines, fir trees and amazing looking cedar trees. And when you step out the back door you are not able to see a neighbor or even another light at night which makes it great for enjoying the fire pit down at the river. It is secluded and beautiful. We kayak and stand up paddle board right from the property down to the mouth of the Chocolay river and Lake Superior. Salmon and trout run in the river. Walk 200 yards out the front door and you are on a limestone and paved path along Lake Superior that runs into Marquette or you can take an adventure on your bike and pedal the 40 miles to Munising. And our neighbors are the best - retired NMU professor and a local businessman. Say hello and you will know what we love about the friendliness of the area.
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
100% refund if cancelled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date.
We rented for out of town guests as 50 family members were here for my sisters memorial service. Those that stayed in your rental had only good things to say. Would stay again. They did suggest snow shovel and broom for porch and steps though. Thak you.
Great house and great location! Fit our family perfectly! We’ll be back!
Clean comfortable convienent
We absolutely love this house and it's location. It's right outside Marquette which was our destination. The river is so beautiful and calming you can just sit there and soak in the beauty or take out the kayaks and get a little exercise. Kitchen is great and has pretty much everything you would need to make meals. We wanted to extend our stay by one night and John got right back to us and was very accommodating in making that happen. We will stay here every time we go to Marquette if it's available.
Fantastic venue for a two-family reunion!
The title of this newly built home on a private lot perfectly describes this riverside home. It was perfect for our group of 10! All linens and towels were provided, along with a kitchen helpfully stocked with the necessities of a brief stay. We enjoyed that the kitchen provided necessary tools for preparing meals, which our family enjoys doing together (especially the fresh fish available from the local fish monger!) and yet was not at all cluttered. The outdoor gas grill worked well too! The screened porch was perfect for morning coffee as well as covered storage for our bikes during a brief deluge. We made great use of the kayaks as several of our group enjoyed touring the river just down a path from the house. The bike path is easily accessible while riding from the house a short distance. We would love to make use of this home again in the future!
Excellent property, very clean, hosts were very helpful!
Awesome place to stay near Marquette.
Marquette MI has it all. Sitting along the southern shore of the largest freshwater lake in the world and in the heart of the Michigan Upper Peninsula and home to Northern Michigan University. Way too much to list all the things to do. All the water and land outdoor adventure you can hope to find in one place is at your fingertips. Charter a fishing boat, go kayaking, camp, ski, snowmobile, hike up Sugarloaf Mountain for a beautiful view of Lake Superior. The list goes on. Marquette is also on the leading edge of the craft beer brewing scene with 4 craft breweries right in town each offering their own unique brews and fun attitudes. The university brings the flavor of academics, sports, and the laid back vibe of a college town. There are the maritime and iron ore museums to checkout. A premier national library. Multiple beaches. Biking/hiking paths everywhere. Did I mention the micro-breweries - worth mentioning twice. And excellent restaurants serving it all from whitefish and steak to all the pub food. There are Cajun, Mexican, Thai, Chinese and Italian restaurants. And don't forget to try the local pasty cuisine at places like Jean Kay's. And after dinner we highly recommend finding your way to the top of the historic Landmark Inn for an excellent cocktail while you look out over the Marquette Harbor. And can't be last because I know we are leaving things out, but Marquette is home to festivals like the Blueberry festival, the Hiawatha music festival, Arts on the Rock fine arts show, Marquette Blues festival, Marquette Trails fest, and more. Still can't be last......the shopping in downtown Marquette is outstanding for all things Yooper and excellent photography and fine art studios. Then stop by Doncker's to satisfy your sweet tooth with chocolates or some ice cream. Finally don't leave town without taking in the sites around Presque Isle Park and maybe leap off Blackrocks into Lake Superior. You can't do it all in one trip so plan to come back again!