Matterport 3D Virtual Tour: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=wqe2Fvavx7V SPECTACULAR CUSTOM RETREAT. Surrounded by secluded privacy, this Clough custom home masterpiece offers features and amenities galore. The exterior is low maintenance vinyl, shake and stone w/tasteful landscaping, composite back deck, 3 car attached garage, walk-out area with a patio and fire pit and is adjacent to the serene Grever's Nature Preserve (see additional remarks). On the interior, the open concept modern lodgedesign gives a sharp custom look. The main floor boasts hickory/quartz/tile kitchen w/walk-in pantry, butcher block island that leads to the formal dining w/Brazilian Cherry Hardwoods, and a lovely great room highlighted with a wood fieldstone fireplace and plenty of natural light. (Continued)... off the living room is a guest bedroom/office/den, full bathroom and a spacious main level laundry. Upstairs features a generous master suite w/large walk-in closet, a bathroom oasis w/double sink, whirlpool tub and a huge six-head tile walk-in shower as well as two additional nice sized bedrooms and an additional full bathroom, complete with its own dual sink configuration. In the lower level walkout, one will enjoy the gas log fireplace in the family room with custom built-in entertainment center, a recreation room/4th bedroom, a large bathroom, a dry bar, workout area and steps that lead privately to the garage. A Generac full-home generator is also on-site and hooked up seamlessly for power outages to the LP tank, which is owned and buried on the property to remain out of view and not distract from the amazing natural views, plaster walls throughout including in the garage, insulated garage doors, solid 6 panel doors throughout, underground Invisible Fence brand pet protection, and a remotely-accessible irrigation system. Grevers Nature Center is a 1.5 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Marshall, Michigan that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, birding, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Trails have been established throughout the wooded site. Hiking, cross-country skiing, snow shoeing, dog walking and nature study are popular uses. This 90-acre park was donated to the Marshall Public Schools by Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Grevers who emigrated from Holland, purchased the land in 1941. The couple raised perennial flowers on some of it, planted seedling pines on the hilly portions, and maintained over six miles of trails through the acreage. The western portion of Mud Lake lies within the center. All areas, except the narrow strip of swamp land at the north end, are accessible by trail. One point of interest is that the swamp directly north of the Center is the headwaters of Dickinson Creek, which flows through the Historic Bridge Park at Battle Creek.