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    Midge & Co. Waterfront Living


    Why live on waterfront property in Houghton Lake, Higgins Lake, and James Lake 

    Living on the waterfront is a dream scenario for many prospective homeowners. There’s no beating the spectacular views, direct connection to nature, access to recreation, or the small-town, neighborly environment.

    Waterfront property in Houghton Lake, Higgins Lake, and James Lake is unlike any other in the lower Michigan region. Houses are available in all sizes, styles, and price ranges. They make for tranquil, simpler, and private living during all seasons.

    The waterfront property for sale through Midge & Co. is a combination of sophistication, convenience, and natural beauty—they’re vacation homes you don’t have to leave in the autumn. We make waterfront property in Higgins Lake, Houghton Lake, and James Lake into an attainable goal for both first-time and experienced homeowners.


    Unique features of Midge & Co.’s lakefront properties for sale

    Though they share a common, general area in Roscommon County, each location that Midge & Co. serves has its own, individual character, with properties that reflect their nature.

    Houghton Lake is Michigan’s largest inland lake, with a huge variety of shallow-lake fish for fishing nearly year-round. Waterfront property on Houghton Lake is still affordably priced but is being bought up quickly.

    Higgins Lake feeds into Houghton and has over 21 miles of shore. It’s one of the most staggeringly beautiful bodies of water in the entire state, and available properties on Higgins are also going at a fast clip.

    Lake James, located in Iron County, is a fisher’s paradise, around 212 acres in total size. For years it’s been a popular attraction for its boating, water-skiing, and fishing. Waterfront property in James Lake blends seamlessly with its small surroundings.

    Each of Midge & Co.’s Higgins, James, and Houghton Lake homes for sale rests in a picturesque, stirring setting.

     

    Benefits of owning lakefront properties

    Perhaps the most attractive feature of lakefront living is the natural sense of tranquility and privacy each home affords. The surrounding beauty is an antidote to hectic urban living and conventional suburban homes. With easy access to lakes, state parks, wildlife, and recreational activities, waterfront property in Higgins Lake, Houghton Lake, and James Lake is the very picture of shoreline contentment.

    Even with their relative affordability, Michigan’s waterfront properties appreciate in value very quickly. Their location makes them intensely sought after, and longtime owners of homes on the waterfront stand to build equity rapidly.

    Residents on the lakefronts don’t have to travel far for all the amenities they need in the nearby towns of Prudenville, Denton Township, or Grayling. There’s easy access to hospitals, health care, shopping, and schools. Owning waterfront property in Houghton Lake, Higgins Lake or James Lake gives residents the perfect balance of nature and civilization.


    Waterfront recreation

    Houghton, Higgins, and James Lake all offer versatile options for lovers of water activities and recreation—and waterfront properties allow for year-round, unobstructed lake access to all their residents.

    Houghton and Higgins Lakes are ideal locations for water skiing, swimming, and jet-skiing, with an abundant number of marinas and amenities around the coastlines. All three lakes are must-visits for anglers, with a wide range of fish including trout, perch, bass, walleye, pike, and more within lake waters.


    Other reasons to love Houghton, Higgins, and James

    With these lakefront properties, residents also get friendly small towns in the bargain. The local communities all combine a neighborly spirit with all the conveniences and amenities you need. These safe, cozy hamlets also have superior school systems, shopping, quality restaurants, and service establishments that make living a quiet life more possible.