The Essence of Charlevoix

Twenty-five years ago, the homeowners had a dream: to build a home in Charlevoix, a special place where they had vacationed for years. They hoped this home would become a haven for their blended family to gather and enjoy everything the area had to offer. Today their dream is a reality and the welcome mat is out for extended family, including 10 grandchildren, as well as guests.

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Off-the-Charts Water Views

The new homeowners of this Charlevoix gem found it in great shape but, built in the early 2000s, it was dated. Beyond that, this couple who love to entertain, wanted to add their own style and transform it into a haven for elegant relaxation that revolves around its spectacular water views.

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Rebuilding a Brand

In celebration of its 45th anniversary milestone in 2017, Birchwood Construction Company invested in an extensive re-branding initiative to update the company’s logo and communication to accurately reflect its values and dedication to a relationship-based approach to the homebuilding process.

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Retiring ‘Up North’ in Grand Style

When it’s time to make the move, some northern folks retire to warmer climes, trading snow for sun. Terry and Jeana Rosebush are not some folks, however. Instead of a condominium somewhere in the balmy south, the Rosebushes have made a permanent move to Northern Michigan, trading their long-time Saginaw home for a spacious Boyne Mountain area home where they can enjoy their family, their cats and expansive views overlooking Deer Lake below.

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A Burt Lake Home Gets a Beautiful Renovation

Ann Doman has spent many Christmas holidays skiing Up North—at several resorts, including Boyne Highlands, where eventually she purchased a condo. But once her two sets (yes two sets!) of twins were grown and starting families of their own, she started searching for a standalone home big enough for her family to gather during both winter and summer vacations.

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