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Dream House – The Jewel of Bay Harbor (25 Photos)

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Skillfully designed and built in 2011, this remarkable estate in Bay Harbor Michigan was originally listed with a price tag of $15 million, but it is now scheduled to be put under the hammer with no minimum bid and no reserve on June 24 courtesy of the Grand Estates Auction Company. With 15,000 square feet of living space, this home is spacious and welcoming, but its endless array of amenities and high-end facilities also contribute greatly to its overall appeal.

The home’s exterior was sketched out by Alexander V. Bogaerts & Associates, while its interior design was handled by Tom Stringer Design Partners. Constructed by Thomas Sebold and Associates, this epitome of sophistication features its own saltwater infinity pool, 6 fireplaces, an elevator, a home theater, a gentleman’s lounge and luxurious accommodation options based on 6 bedrooms, 6 full bathrooms and 3 half bathrooms.

Another highlight is the large dock that is able to accommodate a 120′ Yacht, but we should also mention the 2 boat lifts, since they can often come in handy. Perfect for an automobile enthusiast, the residence boasts with a special auto showroom that features its own turntable. The interiors are leaden with conveniences of all sorts, including Crestron and Lutron Systems, heated floors, oak flooring and a superb kitchen by Liz Firebaugh of Signature Kitchens.


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