Priced at $40 million, Michigan’s most expensive home for sale is like a giant cabinet of curiosities

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The homeowner is a fan of taxidermy, among other interesting home décor.
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Granot Loma

A hunter’s paradise just came on the market in Michigan.

It’s called the Granot Loma, and according to the listing, it may be the largest log-cabin lodge in America.

With a private marina and 5,000 acres of surrounding woodlands, the 26,000-square-foot house is listed for a staggering $40 million.

Bob Sullivan of Northern Michigan Land Brokers has the listing.

Keep scrolling for a tour of its taxidermy-filled interiors.


Called Granot Loma, this gigantic log cabin sits on the shores of Lake Superior, north of Marquette, Michigan.

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It was built and named in 1923 by its original owner, financier Louis G. Kaufman.

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Kaufman played a pivotal role in the founding of General Motors, where he was on the board for 20 years.

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The 26,000-square-foot main home originally cost $5 million to construct.

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The mansion was placed on the National Register of Historical Places in 1991.

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Inside, the cozy cabin makes full use of its space with wall-to-wall taxidermy. The main attraction is this 60-foot long great room.

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There are also totem poles …

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… portraits of Native Americans …

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… teepees …

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… and many statues.

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A huge bear rug cushions your walk into the stone-filled bathroom.

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The kitchen is up to professional standards.

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Check out those chef-grade pizza ovens.

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The home is made from Oregon pine, cement, and stone on a steel frame.

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But you’d never know that it isn’t a “true” log cabin. Both the exterior and interior of the mansion carries the theme heavily.

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The bedrooms are especially cozy and woodsy.

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There are 23 bedrooms in total.

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An excellent man cave, the bar area is festooned with taxidermy.

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There’s room for a full-size pool table.

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The dining room is predictably grand, and overlooks the lake.

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The mansion’s generous square footage allows for numerous sitting areas.

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The views of Lake Superior continue in this dining room.

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Among the estate’s outbuildings is this guesthouse with four apartments.

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A 3,000-gallon hot tub abuts the pool house.

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Out back, there’s a place for boats to dock inside a private marina.

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The estate’s best amenity is its 5,000 acres of timbered land and trail system, with 3.7 miles of Lake Superior shoreline.

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