Upper Peninsula Log Home with tillable acreage in Western Delta and Northern Menominee Counties. Over 6000 square feet of living space with top notch features and finishes to every room. This locally crafted and constructed Hiawatha Log Home is set on hard to find tillable acreage in the U.P. The total acreage is about 215, with over half of that being tillable in a very neat configuration that provides many edges, corners, and superb transitions for both scenery and Whitetail habitat. The exterior of the home is beautifully landscaped with flowering trees and shrubs. A grand entrance from the highway leads you to the huge attached garage that has double doors and plenty of storage for recreation and daily driving vehicles. Step around the side yard into a large and well maintained apple orchard. Continue around the back where the landscape opens to the fields behind the home for a breathtaking scene. Inside you'll find a large office/den with an entry way from the garage. This flows into the kitchen with hickory cabinets and tile floor. A formal entry from the front covered porch makes a grand entrance. A half bath and laundry room are off to each side for convenience. The kitchen opens to a nice dinner area with views and direct access to the back deck area. From here you enter into the great room complete with cathedral ceiling and floor to ceiling stone fireplace. This is not just a show piece as it has a wood burning insert with blower. The stone is the real deal, hailing from the Lake Superior shoreline. The master bedroom and bath complete the main level. Head upstairs to a large main sitting area which lies between two private bedroom on each wing with their own baths and one with another fireplace of its own. Lastly to the basement where there is a huge rec-room area that is split by the stairs and main chimney. Excess exterior brick was used for accent along with tongue and groove. This space is carpeted and cozy. The fourth bedroom with egress windows is on one end and a huge bonus non-conforming bedroom lies on the other. All of this is set on 215 acres of land bordering and lying in both Delta and Menominee Counties. The fields roll and lead into thick woods. Two ponds that are like hidden gems among the landscape add another dimension to the wildlife and scenery. One is 16 feet deep, while the other is 28 feet in depth and can be stocked. The deer hunting here is second to no area in the Upper Peninsula. Deer numbers are high and doe permits are available. Large bucks are seen and harvested here regularly. There is also a huge turkey population here and big black bears. All together this a supper North woods getaway that could be your new hunting lodge, hobby farm, and dream home.