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Welcome to Pine Hollow, a northern Michigan waterfront estate, located on the shore of East Grand Traverse Bay, near the village of Elk Rapids. The 7 acre property, situated on 600 feet of lakefront, is home to a main residence, meeting barn, orchard garden & tennis court. The 15,000 square foot main residence is an architectural masterpiece designed by Roger Hummel with local stone and timber (local granite, limestone, white oak timbers, teak windows and doors) and built to last more than 500 years. With twenty-seven rooms and eleven bedrooms, the main house can host parties of several hundred people & has overnight accommodations for more than thirty people. Other highlights include seven fireplaces, a wine cellar and two service bars, four private meeting rooms, a library, a theatre room, an indoor pool with a 25-meter lap lane and glacier-scraped stone floors, heated from within. The architecture creates a beautiful flow between indoors and outdoors, with deep eaves that shelter 12 different intimate terraces that open to seven acres of restored native habitats of forest, meadows, ponds, dunes and the Lake Michigan shoreline. Other outdoor features include bridges and a moat, lighted walkways, a beach terrace, full tennis court and practice wall, upper and lower ponds with a waterfall and flowing streams. The Meeting Barn features a large gathering space that will host 100 for dinner, or more for meetings, supported by a full commercial kitchen. Pine Hollow is easily accessible via plane and car - it is within 30 minutes of nearby Cherry Capital Airport in Traverse City, and is easily accessibly via lower Michigan's major highways. Pine Hollow is an outdoor enthusiasts dream retreat: bike ride/tour into the village of Elk Rapids, hike or walk the beach, sail, kayak, swim, fish, drive a short distance to one of the world-class trout streams to enjoy fly fishing or canoeing, cross-country ski, snowshoe, hunt mushrooms or enjoy one of the local ski resort