Just two miles north of the Village of Leland and adjacent to popular Whelden's Shores subdivision, this beautiful wooded parcel is one of a select few properties with direct adjacency to the Leelanau Conservancy's Clay Cliffs Natural Area. At approximately 8 areas of land, this vacant parcel shares its northern boundary of nearly 600' with the Conservancy's preserved acreage. Purchased in the early '80s by the current owner, this property has remained largely untouched. This land is accessed by a dedicated easement, inclining upward off of McLeod Drive to the mostly level acreage beyond. Fully wooded, this property boasts a forest of mature beech, maple, and cherry trees, among other types. In the spring, this acreage is blanketed by a sea of trillium, ramps, and other wild flowers (and mushrooms!). The southern tip of this parcel abuts a small vineyard, and it is here at this corner that the parcel offers peekaboo views of North Lake Leelanau. Lovely in so many ways, this Leland acreage would make for a beautiful single family home site, or divisible acreage for future development.
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