Located between Munising and Marquette is where you'll find one of Michigan's most unique-looking homes.

This 10,000-square-foot home in Au Train towers 50 feet above Lake Superior. With its 52' skywalk, you'll get the most incredible panoramic views of Michigan's greatest lake. The skywalk sits between two sections of the home.

The 3-story office/gallery space (north wing) sits on one side of the skywalk, while the 4-story residence section (south wing) sits on the other.

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Underneath the skywalk, you'll find a private 20x70 boat launch that was installed in 2021 and a 31x26 cement patio. A boat launch under a skywalk? yeah, this house really is amazing.

The home was intended to have seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms.  As you can see from the photo below, the home isn't finished yet.


I didn't see anything about the home being completed before they sell, so I assume it's being sold as is. If you have $5M to buy the home, you can afford to finish it. According to Zillow, there is a guest house that sits on the property that was originally built in 1945 but was completely remodeled in 2010.


You can see photos from inside the guest house in the gallery below.

Zillow Listing:

Truly live the best of all worlds--Great as well as Inland Lakes--because at the end of the driveway is 266-acre Deer Lake. Located between Munising and Marquette, this property is a year-round mecca for fishing as well as world-class hiking, biking, kayaking, skiing, ice climbing, and snowmobiling. We are truly blessed with 5 Great Lakes but only ONE named Superior.

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