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Arterra Realty - The fastest growing real estate company in Michigan

  • Price$949,000
  • SQ. Feet4,120
  • Acres147.40
  • Built1960

9090 Armstong, BERLIN TWP

Lilac Golf Course is a very challenging 18 hole golf course for a variety of golfers. Lilac provides 5 tee choices to meet any golfing needs: Black for more professional golfers, Blue for more experienced golfers, White for average golfers or above average senior golfers, Gold for average senior golfers or experienced women golfers, and Red for average women golfers and beginning golfers. Course Length from the black tees is a whopping 6,941 yards, making it one of the longest golf courses in Michigan.

Essential Information

  • MLS® #57031382491
  • Price$949,000
  • Total Sq. Ft4,120
  • Acres147.40
  • Year Built1960
  • TypeCommercial
  • Sub-TypeBusiness&real Estate
  • StatusActive

Amenities

  • Utilities220V Available, Employee Lunch/Lounge

Exterior

  • ExteriorFrame
  • Exterior FeaturesDisabled Access

Listing Details

  • Listing OfficeHoward Hanna-Monroe

Community Information

  • Address9090 Armstong
  • Area06051-Berlin Twp
  • CityBERLIN TWP
  • CountyMonroe
  • StateMI
  • Zip Code48166

Interior

  • HeatingForced Air

Additional Information

  • Short SaleYes
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