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1940 Arnold Road
Snover, MI 48472
This is the perfect opportunity to own your own hunting camp! This home sits on 38 beautifully wooded acres, which the Cass River runs through. Cross the bridge and you will find approximately 15 acres located on the other side of the Cass River with a nice open clearing. Nice large pond located just behind the house. This property has several outbuildings also, a 40x26, 40x24, 24x12 and 12x10. The 40x26 outbuilding has 8' ceilings, overhead door and 220 amp service. The 40x24 outbuilding has 10' ceilings. The home offers 5 bedrooms, two of the bedrooms are located just 3 steps up off the main level of the home and the other 3 are located upstairs. Partial basement with laundry facilities.
Listing courtesy of REALCOMP / Donley Realty
Last updated Jan 13, 2022
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MLS# 2210065329 —
Ground Level w/Steps
1 1/2 Story
Interior Access Only, Unfinished
Financial & Terms
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Sanilac Rd (M-46) to Germania North to Snover Rd, East to Arnold Rd, North to address
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