This modern designed home is located on a wooded 4.8 acre parcel with 175+/- feet of frontage on the Paint River in Michigan's Upper Peninsula! It was the last home designed by Judith Chafee, a brilliant award winning, Yale architect. The home features a kitchen/dining area designed within the retained walls of an ancestors settler's cabin. Surrounding the Settler's Kitchen is a sleek, modern designed home, with contemporary open spaces. The sitting room, which features an enormous 2-Sided fireplace that soars to an 25' ceiling, is at the central core of the building. Two wings off this space each contain 2 bedrooms, & baths. One wing is designed to be barrier free, and has it's own barrier free private entrance. Contemporary materials, woods & metals are used throughout & all rooms have specially designed lighting systems on slide dimmers, & views of the surrounding landscaped yard, or the river.