- ZONING/USE/RESTRICTIONS: Bldg & Use Rest
- ZONING/USE/RESTRICTIONS: Platted Subdivi
- WASTE AVAILABLE: Private Septic
- UTILITIES AVAILABLE: Telephone
- UTILITIES AVAILABLE: Cable TV
Sweeping Lake Leelanau Views provides a beautiful half acre building site for a primary or vacation home. Motivated sellers will look at all offers. Close to Lake access and wonder-ful Leelanau County Magic. You can count on great water views! A quality neighborhood, nice size parcels, lots of elbow room. Gorgeous moon rises and sunrises. Complete control of your views. Get your plans ready.Coldwell Banker Schmidt, Realtors
Cedar, Michigan is located in Leelanau County. Nearby cities and towns include Maple City, Greilickville, Hardwood Acres, Lake Ann, Maple Grove, Lake Leelanau, Glen Arbor, Traverse City, Suttons Bay, Leland, Empire, Chums Corner, Interlochen, Grawn, Bendon, Honor, Omena, Elk Rapids, Beulah, Northport, Benzonia, Kingsley, Nessen City, Thompsonville, Crystal Downs Country Club, Buckley, Crystal Mountain, and Rapid City. Cedar is a rural community with a population of 93. The median household income is $47,499. In Cedar, 67% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 30% of the households. Half the population of Cedar commutes 22 minutes or less to work, with 57% of residents holding white collar jobs and 43% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Cedar, MI is 21 years, with 72% of those homes owned, 12% rented, and 16% not occupied.Learn More About Cedar, MI
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