This 1900 farmhouse in northern Michigan combines rustic details with modern amenities. The house's original exterior is well-maintained. A porch and patio provide relaxing views of the surrounding farmland and garden. Inside, the owner updated everything. The kitchen has been outfitted with anything a home chef could want: convection oven, SubZero refrigerator and freezer, and two stainless steel sinks.
The refrigerator and freezer are covered in chalkboard paint.
But despite the updates, the home's original details, including built-in bookshelves and wood floors, have been maintained to striking effect.
The living room even has a working wood-burning stove. It's complemented by simple, clean-lined furniture.
The seating area is cozy, with amazing farmland views. No wonder writers' retreats often rent the house.
In the evening, the whole home is bathed in soft light.
Upstairs, the three bathrooms are clean and modern. There's even a sauna with a rain shower!
In keeping with the rest of the home, the bedrooms are very simply decorated, but feature luxurious details. This one has a felted wool headboard and a memory foam mattress.
Outdoors, the home includes vegetable gardens, free-range chickens, an outdoor kitchen and a farm table dining with seating for 12.
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