Located in the Village of Lexington, Michigan, this Victorian Italianate House, is a registered State Historical Home, near the shore of the Great Lake Huron. A labor of love has kept the character of the 1870's, yet all the conveniences of today and it's just a few blocks from everywhere! Enjoy the parks, beach, marina, town shops, restaurants; all within walking distance. The DNR Boat Launch is 3 blocks from the house. A Golf Course is less than a 5 minute ride. Everything you need is where you are! Perfect vacation spot for relaxation, summer fun and quality family time together. Plenty of space for plenty of fun! Long half circle drive for easy in and out with a trailered boat or jet skis.
There are 4 Bedrooms upstairs, and one bedroom downstairs. 4 Baths (2 with showers, 2 with antique tubs), Fully Equipped Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room, Foyer, Laundry Room with washer & dryer. On a Corner Lot, new 16 x 25 deck with granite counter top, bar sink, natural gas grill, outdoor table and plenty of outdoor seating. Comfortably sleeps 11 guests (2 king beds, 1 queen bed, 1 full bed, 2 twin daybeds with trundles that pull out and up (total of 4 twin beds).
Stay More, Save More, Summer Rates:
3 NIGHTS FOR $1350.00 ($450 per night)
4 NIGHTS FOR $1500.00 ($375 per night)
5 NIGHTS FOR $1625.00 ($325 per night)
6 NIGHTS FOR $1710.00 ($285 per night)
7 NIGHTS FOR $1855.00 ($265 per night)
10 NIGHTS FOR $2600.00 ($260 per night)
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Additional Charges: Cleaning Fee $275
Refundable Damage/Security Deposit: $500
We are centrally located in the village. We are a block from the beach, which has about a 60 foot public access, (Lexington Municipality). There is another public access two blocks down, at the end of Lake St, with a stretch of beach the size of an extra large lot. The DNR Boat Launch is at the end of Boynton St, and the Marina is at the end of Huron Ave. There are also many shops along Huron Ave. The Patrick Tierney Park entrance is located at the end of Simons St. The Park has a long stretch of sandy beach, playground equipment, picnic area, break wall to walk, etc. We often walk to the end of the street to play in the sand at the waters edge, and in the evenings, watch the moon come up and stargaze.