There's history and then there's HISTORY. Randall's Point on Walloon Lake is pure Michigan history. From the moment the property was purchased until today, the century-old homestead in Boyne City has been a family treasure and it's now on the market.

The legendary homestead with a distinct peninsula sits on 15.5 acres with an expansive 2,170 feet of the waterfront was purchased by the Randall family back in 1900s. Patriarch Bo Randall, who would go on to found Randall Made Knives, spent countless hours hunting the property with his good friend Ernest Hemingway according to stories.

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Currently offered for $18 million, making it one of the most expensive properties offered in the state, the compound comes with a total of four cabins. Three of the cabins were built in the 1920s and the main log home was built in the 1970s and went through a major renovation in 2001. Although the original home on the compound burnt down in 1920, the original boathouse and barn still remain. 

With a total of 14 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms, the property is perfect for large families to enjoy. The main house is modernized with all the extras including a master suite, and a  chef's kitchen which includes stainless steel appliances and a granite island. There's also a stone fireplace, and multiple sitting areas making it perfect for entertaining.

The additional cabins are pure nostalgia with the simple accommodations being much as they were back in the early years of the homestead. The new owners will also love the sandy beach with a fire pit for those relaxing Michigan summer nights by the lake.

There is no doubt that the Randall's Point Homestead is a huge piece of Michigan history looking for a new family to enjoy for years to come.

Take a look at all the homestead has to offer below!

$18M Historic Randall's Point Walloon Lake Homestead

Currently offered for $18 million, making it one of the most expensive properties in the state, the compound comes with four cabins. Three of the cabins were built in the 1920s and the main log home was built in the 1970s. The original boathouse and barn remain. The homestead was founded by Bo Randall who was the founder of Randall Made Knives and a good friend of Ernest Hemingway who frequented the property for hunting. With over 5700 square feet of living space amongst the cabins, the compound is perfect for large families. A mix of modern and timeless history, this is truly a slice of Michigan history.