Old Mission Peninsula estate comes with winery, equestrian barn with arena for $3.5M
TRAVERSE CITY, MI – You can actually create your own wine label if you’re the next owner of this property. The property, which recently came on the market, has its own vineyard and a huge riding barn with arena. It also has breathtaking views of Grand Traverse Bay.
This property is located at 3888 Swaney Road on the Old Mission Peninsula in Traverse City. The peninsula lies between West and East Grand Traverse Bay. There are several beaches nearby along the peninsula’s coastline. This is MLive’s dream home of the week where we offer a property every Wednesday afternoon.
First, let’s talk about the house on the property. It has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms and is a whopping 12,374 square feet.
The house has African teak and heated marble floors. There are chimneys on all three levels. There is also an office, theater room, indoor basketball court, sauna, marble power room, two washrooms, game room, and a lower level.
“It’s an amazing home with incredible views,” said Mark Hagan of Mark Hagan Real Estate Professionals. “The height is such that you look across the forest to the water on the peninsula. It’s also very private because you are in a rural area, quite a way out on the peninsula. “
The master suite has a sitting area, two vanities, a bathtub and a large walk-in closet. There is also a private balcony for watching the famous Michigan sunsets.
The property also has a mature vineyard and an orchard with cherry and apple trees. You could actually have your own wine label if you wanted.
“There are 48 and a half hectares of land, part of which is made up of grapes. The vineyard is maintained by a local winery so you can just enjoy it. If you want, you can have your own wine bottles with your name on them, ”added Hagan.
The riding barn is huge. It has 22 stalls, an arena and three fenced piling stables. It also has two finished bedrooms, a great room and another room with a view of the arena. There are both men’s and women’s bathrooms, showers and changing rooms. The arena itself is 13,000 square meters.
“The man who built the house, his wife wanted to breed horses. It was going to be a hobby shop. They built the barn, which is actually nicer than most of the houses. “
Here is the official listing of the accommodation. You can contact Mark Hagan Real Estate Professionals at 231-929-7985 or email.
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