Luxury Motorhome Resort Marks Opening

April 18, 2008 by   - () Comments Off on Luxury Motorhome Resort Marks Opening

Hearthside Grove developers plan a summer grand opening for the luxury RV resort near Petoskey, Mich. The resort caters to Class A motorcoach owners and offers five-star amenities and concierge service, according to a press release.
This grand opening will mark the opening of Phase I in the fall of 2007 and the scheduled June completion of Phase II – totaling 71 lots. The $30 million resort is being developed locally by Craig and Kirk Rose of Petoskey, a popular resort city located on Lake Michigan in the northern tip of the state’s Lower Peninsula.
The property rests on 140 acres and will feature a total of 340 landscaped, 58 foot by 106 foot lots to be constructed in six phases. Motorcoach owners interested in purchasing are able to choose from a variety of scenic views ranging from $89,000 to the mid-$100,000s. Those looking to rent can do so for upwards of $80 per day depending on the time of year.
“We are experiencing a tremendous response from motorcoach owners across the nation,” said Craig Rose. “To date, sales have been brisk and are continuing to exceed expectations. This is a true testament to the need for a luxury product in a northern resort destination area which caters to this upscale owner.”
Currently, sales numbers continue to escalate with over 75% of Phase I and 25% of Phase II sold out to date.
The resort features a full list of amenities including a community clubhouse, resort-style pool, stone-laid hearth fireplaces, laundry facilities, fully appointed fitness center, recreational activities, complimentary on-site Wi-Fi and first-class concierge service.
A signature of the Hearthside resort, owners are able to upgrade to a bungalow for additional storage, office use or entertaining. These Arts and Crafts style-inspired structures are 12 feet by 16 feet, support all utilities, including water, sewer and natural gas, and come with a choice of exterior designs.


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