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The Gilded Age railway marketers of northern Michigan called Petoskey “the land of million dollar sunsets” in 1874. That sentiment still rings true today. With a population of 6,000, Petoskey is the largest town on Little Traverse Bay, maintaining an active year-round community. Here you’ll have a wide variety of property types and aesthetics to consider: from historic downtown Victorians to tucked away cottages and luxury waterfront homes.
The Historic Gaslight District shines with Italianate and Classical Revival architecture. You’ll find detailed brickwork, decorative cornices, and stylized tin roofs among countless downtown businesses, including the eclectic antique shop August, gourmet grocer Symon’s General Store, and one of Hemingway’s favorite watering holes, City Park Grill. Beer lovers flock to Beards Brewery, Tap 30, and Petoskey Brewing Company, while the classic pub spirit can be found at the Perry Hotel’s Noggin Room and Mitchell Street Pub with its peanut shelled floor. From upscale dining at Chandler’s to stand out sandwiches at Julienne Tomatoes and Parkside Deli, Petoskey boasts an abundance of dining experiences.
A pedestrian tunnel connects downtown Petoskey to Bayfront Park for easy access to the Little Traverse Wheelway, the city’s Marina, and green spaces for a lakeside picnic. Warmer months welcome a wealth of opportunities to enjoy the water and woods, while winter skiers and snowboarders frequent the slopes at the Highlands and Boyne Mountain. Petoskey’s Winter Sports Park provides ample opportunities for ice skating, sledding, and hockey surrounded by towering pine trees.
Crooked Tree Arts Center provides regular year-round programming, including art exhibitions, lectures, and classes for all ages in music, theater, visual art, dance, and the culinary arts. Just north of downtown Petoskey sits Bay View, a lovely summer cottage community resplendent in Victorian architecture. As a historic Chautauqua community, Bay View offers lectures, classes, and concerts that are open to the public. For the perfect balance of gorgeous natural scenery, charming architecture, friendly neighbors, a wide variety of activities and events, and laid-back small town vibes, look no further than Petoskey, Michigan.
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