The April 27 auction will entertain bids for Rowleys Bay Resort in Ellison Bay, Wis., which overlooks Lake Michigan and features a 65,000-sq. ft. main lodge.
Online auctioneer Micoley.com has announced the upcoming auction of the Rowleys Bay Resort in Ellison Bay, Wis., a property that overlooks Lake Michigan in the state’s popular Door County region.
The list price for the property (Lot 101479) is $3,750,000, with an opening bid of $2,850,000. The online auction is scheduled for April 27, 2016.
The property features include 700 feet of Lake Michigan shoreline, as well as a 65,000 sq.-ft. main lodge that includes rooms and suites, with some featuring two or three bedrooms and full kitchens. Lakeside and non-lakeside accommodations are available in the lodge, and all rooms are smoke-free.
Additional lodge features include the Rowleys Bay Restaurant, Grandma’s Swedish Bakery, Rowleys Pub, a library stocked with books and magazines, fitness room, game room, indoor pool, whirlpool, and more. The property also features five cottages.
The area provides multiple opportunities for water sports and related activities, and other recreational options include hiking and cross-country ski trails, a playground, zipline, basketball and volleyball courts, and a marina and launch.
Nearby activity options include segway tours through Seaquist Segway, paddleboarding and kayaking through DC Adventure Center, charter fishing through Reel Addiction, and more. The surrounding area in Door County is renowned for its nature reserves, beaches, camping options, cherry trees, boating and fishing, and arts and culture. The area also features numerous performing-arts venues, art galleries, arts and crafts classes, and more. as residents are all about “culture in the country.”
Wade T. Micoley, founder & CEO of Micoley.com, considers the resort to be one of the most exciting properties in his company’s auction portfolio. “This resort is something out of the movies, with jaw-dropping views every day of the year,” Micoley said. “The beauty of Lake Michigan really has to be seen to be believed.”