Tuesday, July 29, 2014

A house close to the land


The Eastman homestead at 2954 County Road 405, Old Engadine Road, Newberry, Mich.

It's the house where Kissy Missy grew up. This is a home about 7 miles outside of Newberry in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, and it's a really cool place. It features 20 acres, woods and fields, a two-bedroom house and outbuildings.
It has definite signs of the family history here. It was built largely by Kissy Missy's father, who lived close to the land, and it's the perfect place for someone who also wants to live close to the land. It's now up for sale. Take a look.

The living room of the Eastman homestead.

It's a snug house, and kept the family warm during cold Upper Peninsula winters.

The kitchen of the Eastman homestead.
The rear bedroom features plenty of closets and built-in storage.
The front bedroom has great cross-ventilation. New carpeting also has been installed since this photo was taken.
The entire Eastman homestead features plenty of closet space and built-in storage.
The lower-level den.
The barn at the Eastman homestead features enough clearance to park a recreational vehicle or a tractor with a tall stack.
That's in addition to a two-vehicle garage and shop - and there's even a root cellar.
A total of 20 acres of land, a combination of woodland and fields.
The Eastman homestead includes an orchard, where apples, plums and other fruit trees grow.
 While the orchard is old and needs work, it still could be productive.
The price? $69,000. More photos and details here from Realtor.com.
The MLS ID is 14-592

  • Coldwell Banker Schmidt Newberry


  • (906) 293-5055


  • Agent:LuAnn Scheerer


  • If you've ever considered an up-north place, or a place to get close to the land, you might have found it. Call LuAnn.

    1 comment:

    Tony Judnich said...

    It looks quite cozy and peaceful.