Originally crafted by Ed Knabusch, one of the founders of the La-Z-Boy furniture company, this 760-acre property featuring four lakes in Michigan has hit the market with an asking price of $1.75 million.
Aptly founded as the La-Z-Boy Club in 1951, the lodge located in northern Michigan supports a wide variety of wildlife including bears, coyotes, deer, turkeys and more.
The current owner, Todd Taylor decided to list the property with Whitetail Properties for another sports-minded owner.
“I love it up there, I just don’t get to use it like I used to,” Taylor told M Live.
Aside from excellent hunting opportunities, the property also boats three acres of fenced land close to the lodge with tow horse hitching trails, a heating automatic waterer, separate water hydrant and RV plugs for a camper or horse trailer.
The La-Z-Boy Club is also equipped with over six miles of groomed snowmobile trails and is completely self-sufficient, operating using the on-site generator, a geothermal heating system and high-speed wireless internet.
The lodge is situated closely to I-75, two airports and the shores of Lake Huron and the Straights of Mackinaw.
Check out the listing here.