What lies beneath.

What is now a five-mile stretch of luxury homes, a yacht club, golf course and more, looking out over Lake Michigan’s Little Traverse Bay, was once home to the a limestone quarry and cement plant.

Northern Michigan has long been well known as a vacation destination, popular for its natural beauty and many opportunities for outdoor enjoyment, far away from the hustle and bustle of big city crowds, traffic and noise.

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