Located near Marquette on the shores of Lake Superior in the state’s Upper Peninsula, Michigan‘s most expensive home is a private refuge that measures in at 36,000 square feet.

With miles of shoreline, beaches, and bluffs, it offers plenty to do outdoors. There’s also room for many indoor activities when the weather gets chilly. Read on for more reasons to plunk down $40 million on this Paul Bunyan–esque getaway.

“Largest log cabin in the world”


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