6787 116th Avenue – Fennville Farmhouse and Guesthouse

Offfered by Kevin Putnam - Coldwell Banker Woodland Schmidt

  • Price $349,000
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Full Baths 2
  • Partial Baths 1
  • Square Feet 1,986
  • Lot Size 2.6 acres
  • Built 1890
  • School District Fennville
  • Garage 4 car detached
  • Current Taxes $1787
  • Zoning Res/Ag

Main House

Farmhouse and Guesthouse:

This property is “awesome” to say the least. This 1890’s Farmhouse has been taken down to the studs and renovated from Foundation to Roof. 3 bedroom; 2.5 bath; den (or 4th bedroom option); walk-out basement; 1986 sq ft; 2.56 acres; 4 car detached garage; a nice guest house (500+ sq ft); fully screened large porch (pine 17’x25’); new large pole barn (30’x40’) ; two small sheds and more. While the outside shows its history and charm, the inside gives a nice new modern feel with a completely open floor plan. There are high-end finishes throughout this home in every room. Among some of these are hickory wood floors; cedar beams; quartz countertops; and ceramic tile kitchen and bathroom floors/showers.

Many of the mechanicals (furnace, a/c, hot water tank, sump pump) and appliances are newer and will come with transferable warranties on most of them. There is also a brand new hard-wired generator for the home and guest house. Not only can you relax and enjoy the large screened porch on a nice summer day, you will be able to pick fresh blueberries from your own blueberry field. Lastly, for all your guests/visitors, this property is right off exit 30 on I-196 and only minutes from all surrounding cities (Saugatuck/Douglas; South Haven; and Fennville).

Guest House (12×15 bedroom; 13×15 kitchen/dining; 9×13 living; 5×6 bathroom) has a new mini-split heating & cooling system (w/ 10+ yr warranty); new septic & new field; appliances stay (refrigerator/freezer; range; and microwave); hardwired and shared with the home generator; & electric is metered separately should this be used as income generating.

For more information, contact Kevin Putnam at Coldwell Banker Woodland Schmidt