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Six Bedrooms, Three Bath Home

Great Downtown Pentwater Location

Between Beach and Downtown.

Friday to Friday Rentals

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Prime Pentwater Location! Accommodates 14.

Step into a designer home fit for a magazine cover. This entire house has been remodeled to pay tribute to its historic past while keeping in time with modern advances. Prime location, between Hancock, Pentwater's downtown street and the beach, this house is only one block to town, one block to the Village Green, two blocks to the Channel, and only three blocks to the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan at the State Park; with six bedrooms and large open living areas, this newly restored home is perfect for an extended friends and family vacation in the beautiful Village of Pentwater!

Featuring a large open floor plan on the main floor and separate spaces such as the screened in porch, den, and deck, this home has space for gathering all together as well as space for finding quiet alone time. A table that seats 10 – 12 people, family and friends will not have to eat on the go. Casual seating for 8 can be found on the barstools around the counters as well as four additional seats along custom-built tables adjacent to the new extra-large sectional.

This house was built in 1866 and was used as a boarding house at one time. It has been renovated with the idea of accommodating large groups of people like it once did.

Other highlights of this property:
Six bedrooms : 1 bedroom on the main floor with a queen bed, 3 bedrooms upstairs with king beds in each, 1 room upstairs with two queen beds, 1 bunkroom upstairs with 4 single beds and 1 double bed.

6 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms

Gas stone fireplace

Large new sectional

Hardwood floors

New washer and dryer

All new appliances

All new appliances
2 indoor full-size refrigerators and freezers

Large pantry with a variety of spices


Coffee maker

Dish disposal
Large water heater
Play Station II
Outdoor shower with hot and cold water

Two new Smart Flatscreen Television

Free Wif

Blu-Ray Disc Player
Fire pit
New washer and dryer
Six folding camping chairs in bags
Four beach chairs
Screened in porch with cushioned wicker seating
Space to store your bikes in the shed
Large partially covered deck

Inside Entertainment: DVDs, puzzles, toys (army men, My Little Ponies, Lincoln Logs), board games, cards
Outside Games: Corn hole, bocce ball, frisbee, bat and balls, croquet, badminton net and accessories
Yard Amenities: Hammock and hammock stand, Two outdoor tables with chairs, Large new grill
Beach Items: Sand toys, Beach umbrella, Beach Wagon

Rent $4200         Deposit $1000 - ($500 can be transferred towards rent payment)

Linens Needed: 3 king, 3 queen, 1 full, 4 twin (full and 4 twin are built in quality bunk beds).

One block to town, one block to the Village Green, two blocks to the Channel, and only three blocks to the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan at the State Park, with six bedrooms and large open living areas, this newly restored historic home is perfect for an extended family vacation!

With your first step into the quaint screened in porch, you will already feel like you have been transported in time, but with all of the modern amenities of today. Sink into the cushioned wicker furniture for a relaxing cup of coffee to enjoy the peaceful sounds of this quiet corner, or journey into the house by turning the old-fashioned doorbell to be let inside.

Inside, looking around, your eyes will be drawn to the spacious, modern kitchen with enough counter room to serve food for large groups of people while not feeling crowded. Positioned under the home’s original chandelier, the large custom-made wood table, fashioned from lumber found in the walls of the home, is a stunning piece that will fit ten adults comfortably or 12 if children would like to share the two benches. If one would rather not join the big group, sit at one of the 8 barstools around the counters. To get a closer view of the big game on the flat screen television over the mantle of the intricately designed gas fireplace, take your plate and drink to one of the four additional seats to sit at the rustic tables behind the new large extra cushioned sectional. “Standing room only” is not something you will have to think about when having a meal all together in this home. Nor will you have to think about having enough dishes as the home is stocked with extra dinnerware.

Go through the original antique stained-glass doors to your left into the den where you will find a cozy carpeted room with a foosball table, comfortable couch, and flat screen television with a blue ray disc player and PlayStation II. The accent wall with think planked wood helps to create a serene environment as well as buffer the sound of laughter. Children will be delighted to find a well-lit secret room under the stairs to play in as well as cupboards full of DVDs, games, puzzles, and toys.

Adjacent to the den is the main floor bedroom which is light and airy with enough space for a dresser an area to hang your clothes as well as enough space to fit a new queen bed.

Down the hallway is a full bathroom with smooth brick floors and fun décor. Wrapping its way back to the kitchen, the mudroom, complete with a new washer, new dryer, original farmhouse sink, retractable clothes line, shelves to store odds and ends, and an extra refrigerator/freezer is the perfect entry and exit via the screened door to the deck when heading to the beach.

The expanded deck on the other side of the mudroom is partially covered and extends out into the yard to allow vacationers to catch the sun or stay cool in the shade. The new large gas grill will be able to accommodate everything the chef throws on it to feed the masses. Take the food inside or sit and enjoy it at one of the two outdoor tables.

If one prefers to cook over an open fire, grab the chairs out of the shed and set them around the firepit in the yard. Don’t forget to snatch a metal roasting stick from the shed for the marshmallows! Other goodies you can find in the shed to enjoy in the spacious yard are croquet, frisbee, bocce ball, a badminton net and accessories, and corn hole. If you prefer to do some more relaxing and don’t want to lay out in a lawn chair in the sun, sway in the nice lake breeze in the comfy hammock.

Being within walking distance of the beach, you will want to load your towels into the beach wagon with chairs, an umbrella, and sand toys, all of which are provided for you at the house. After a fun day of playing in waves, climbing Old Baldy, and playing in the sand, you will want to use the outdoor shower with hot and cold water to find the perfect temperature to rinse off all of the sand and hang your towels on the outdoor clothes line.

Heading upstairs you will notice the original banister of smooth white pine. At the top of the stairway you are greeted by two large window and a magnificent antique toile chandelier draped over your head. The floors are all original to the home and finding the oddities throughout the upstairs is like a treasure hunt! The railing around the stairway is original and although it isn’t the height required when building a structure today, it is too pretty to change.

Upon inspection of four of the bedrooms upstairs you will notice that they all have brand new mattresses and pillows for the perfect night’s sleep. The ceiling fans with lights overhead will keep you nice and cool. The doors are all solid wood designed to keep sound from traveling when closed and each room has clothes storage for folded items and hanging items. You also will not have to wait for a bathroom to get ready because each room has a mirror and a small make-up mirror.

The master bedroom has soothing light green walls and feels as if you are in an elegant hotel room with high ceilings, a new large king bed, sturdy dresser, desk, custom closet with original doors and antique knobs, and a love seat. The built from scratch headboard is one of a kind and pulls all of the elements of the exposed brick and rustic wood together to create a superb room you may not want to leave.

Across from the master in the front of the house is another masterpiece. This room has a fun story to tell if you look closely enough. The new king bed is placed under two windows across from a large dresser and a petite desk. The colors of the room are complementing hews of blue to remind you of the lake which you can catch glimpses of out of your window. Bringing it all together is the old door made into a shelf in the corner and the pipes made into a rod to hang your clothes. The slant of ceilings pay homage to the past while creating an inviting space.

Down a short hallway behind the master is a bathroom with two sinks, a tub, and a shower. The original window can swing open to expose new windows with screens behind. The thick planks of wood adorning the wall behind the toilet look to be straight out of a magazine as does the new tile floor covered in a unique hexagon pattern reflecting the age of the house. Across from the bathroom is a linen closet which houses cleaners, a vacuum, buckets, and extra supplies behind an original door on a sliding track.