Regional Feature: A Grand New View
Good bones, scenic property and a Lake Michigan view fueled the imagination of the homeowners to create a significant expansion and remodel of an existing home.
Focus On: Antler Ridge Farm Sleigh Rides
For 41 years, Dave and Sandy Hoxsie have been helping families and friends alike to create everlasting memories at Antler Ridge Farm in Williamsburg.
Building Community: Rise Above a Wintry Wonderland at Whiting Forest’s Canopy Walk
A quintessential winter wonderland located above an outdoor botanical garden may be a surprising destination during Michigan’s frosty wintertime, but the snow-covered Whiting Forest on the campus of Dow Gardens in Midland invites visitors to explore the nation’s longest canopy walk every month of the year.
Regional Feature Northern: Grantham Build & Remodel — History Restored from the Ground Up
When the owners of this stately home decided to retire up north, they had two requirements: be close to the water and walk to downtown. When they came upon this Petoskey treasure built in 1899, it was in rough shape.
Focus on Northern — Kelly’s Antiques
Back in 1989, after 35 years at the Big Rock Nuclear Plant in Charlevoix, Don Kelly was ready for retirement and looking for something new in his life.
Planting the Seeds: Finding Inspiration for Your Garden
We in the Great Lakes State celebrate the beauty of nature throughout the four seasons. While spring and summer are generally considered the ideal time to visit gardens, many nature centers across the state are open year-round, offering spectacular displays of flowers, plants, waterways, and more.
Building Community Northern MI: ART in the LOFT
ART in the LOFT celebrates the power of the arts and outreach in the Alpena community, running the spectrum from creative children’s crafts to important exhibits. The gallery invites the community to enjoy indoor activities until they’ve navigated through the final months of winter in Northern Michigan.
Regional Feature: Young & Meathe
“When you see it from the lake, you ask, ‘Is this a remodel or is it new?’ It is intended to feel old, that it’s been there forever,” said Jim Meathe, owner and builder with Young and Meathe. “An old, inviting cottage. That was the objective of the project.”