Lakeshore

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There’s More to Michigan than the Lakeshore | Andrea Crossman Group

At more than 3200 miles, Michigan has more coastline than any US state except Alaska. Often called the Third Coast, Michigan’s shoreline features towering dunes, beautiful harbors, and waterfront towns both large and small.

The Michigan shoreline, and especially West Michigan, are often the draw for homebuyers looking for waterfront property along Lake Michigan stunning beaches, or on of the many smaller lakes that dot it’s coast.

However, Michigan has so much more to offer homebuyers moving within the state or those relocating to Michigan from somewhere else. West Michigan boasts several of the most popular destinations for homebuyers, including Lansing, Holland, and Grand Rapids.

Grand Rapids and the surrounding area includes artsy

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Big Red - Lake Macatawa Lighthouse 

There are quite a few ports around the Michigan coastline, each with it’s own distinct personality. Some are more industrialized, others provide a central hub around which small, waterfront towns thrive and vacationing families go to relax on the beach.

Located on the West Michigan shore, Lake Macatawa gives Holland, Michigan more than 1700 acres of watery back yard. At 6 miles long and 1.2 miles across at it’s widest point, Lake Macatawa is not the largest port in Western Michigan. However, it is one of the most picturesque, with an active boating community, stunning sunsets, access to the Big Lake, and beautiful waterfront homes.

Lake Macatawa is surrounded on all sides by the town of Holland, with the north side ending on the Holland State

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The West Michigan Lakeshore is one of the most beautiful places in the United States. With its towering dunes, sugary beaches, and wooded parks, the Michigan shoreline has no shortage of natural beauty.

Recently, some homes along the Lake Michigan shoreline made headlines due to issues created by rising water levels. However, beachfront erosion may have put some homes in danger of damage, but not all of them. Much of the gorgeous Lake Michigan waterfront real estate in West Michigan is not under any threat.

In areas where high water levels may become an issue, there are solutions that can prevent erosion from damaging lakefront homes and properties. Depending on characteristics of the shoreline and surrounding environment, different solutions

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Buying a West Michigan Home When You Own a Boat | Andrea Crossman Group

When purchasing a new, or new to you, home, it’s pretty common to have a list of Wants, and list of Must-Haves. The perfect home in an ultimate location might be given a pass if it’s missing a 3-car garage or a Michigan Room.

For boat owners moving to a new home, the list of must-haves can be unique. They may include a larger dock or substantial sea wall depending on the body of water or the size of the boat.

Or, the purchase may depend upon the ability to build the necessary accommodations for a bigger boat. If the structure isn’t already present, permitting, zoning, or other limitations may make or break the sale.

For the owner of a vessel 30- to 40-feet in length or larger, many standard docks are not strong enough to handle the vessel if

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