This week we see just how far our money will go in Holland, Michigan. The lakeside enclave ranks among one of the most beautiful places to visit in spring, after all.
Blooming With Tulips
In fact, “Each May, more than four million tulips come into bloom in Holland, Michigan, which welcomes the blossoms with its annual Tulip Time festival,” reports Reader’s Digest. “The festival celebrates the state’s Dutch heritage and features three parades, carnival rides, and traditional Dutch food.”
Of course, there’s more to love about Holland than its springtime pursuits. The town is situated on the shores of Lake Michigan, offering the best beaches and outdoor adventure.
A Charming Downtown
It also has a charming downtown. An abundance of dining, shopping, and fun-filled annual events will keep you busy. But Windmill Island is a must-see! It’s home to a 251-year-old windmill named De Zwaan and comes surrounded by vibrant gardens. For those looking to buy near the water, Holland’s home values aren’t too shabby either.
Holland’s Historic Gem
Enter 958 S. Shore Drive. This stunning estate sits on 2.8-acres near the crystal blue waters of Lake Macatawa. And its prime position on distinguished South Shore Drive, make it a real catch!
Original Oak Trim & Floors
According to the listing description, “You will step into a captivating retreat, boasting original oak trim and flooring, 9-foot ceilings, and antique blown-glass windows.”
Grand & Spacious Entertaining
The six-bedroom, three-full-and-one-half-bathroom estate is also a relic. Built in 1906, it has been meticulously maintained for modern-day living. The mansion affords over 6,483 square feet, plus a maid’s quarters and whopping seven fireplaces.
A Poolside Retreat
Here you can relax pool-side, entertain on the patio, or enjoy a number of dramatic indoor spaces sure to wow your guests. Historic and timeless, this is a second shelter one you can’t afford to miss.
Andrea Crossman Collection with Beacon Sotheby’s International Realty has listed 958 S. Shore Drive, Holland, Michigan for $1 million.