Location: 186 S Division Avenue, Holland, MI

Square Footage: 17,500

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 5 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms

Price: $18,900,000

This 25 acre lakefront estate is located at 186 S Division Avenue in Holland, MI. Dubbed the Hazelbank Estate, it is situated on Lake Macatawa and was built in 1998. The shingle style mansion was designed by John Tilton and features approximately 17,500 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 6 full and 1 half bathrooms, hardwood floors and pinewood paneling throughout, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, 3-story great room, library, gym, indoor spa, expansive front and rear porches, 3-car garage and swimming pool. The grounds feature a horse barn, pastures, paddocks and a 10-acre pine wooded area for riding and hiking.

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  • Daniel

    Exterior ain’t bad. Pretty lake view and rear elevation. Interior feels like a common area in a dorm. Hate the cheap porcelain tile on the stairs and hallway – looks like something you’d see in a 1-star hotel bathroom.




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  • Puresouthern

    The decor of this house sucks, with a capital “S” ,but I LOVE this house. This feels like a home bad decor and all.




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  • Grrrowler

    I generally like it. The exterior is attractive and will still look classic in 100 years. The interior is great, from an architectural point of view. Decoratively, it’s a mess, but that could be fixed.




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    • Puresouthern

      So, agree.




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  • Venom

    $19 million, in Holland, hah. You can’t even get half that on the lake in Charlevoix or Traverse City. This is a pipe dream and a half.




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    I really do not care for the exterior, I am glad to see some cheerful decor, and the separate areas are inspiring.




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  • Doug

    I Love the exterior, but shingle style (when done properly) is my favorite architectural style. But it’s definitely overpriced. I’m sure it’s a perfectly nice area, and certainly worthy of a price tag in the millions, but it’s still MI. The entire state is more of a “buyers market.” It’s gonna be a tough sell. The economy is bad enough everywhere and it’s especially bad there. It seems to me clearly a vacation property. I would imagine most people from Michigan with around $20 million to drop on a vacation property would prefer to do so somewhere outside of the influence of the Michigan economy, or on the Great Lakes at least. Meaning somewhere that the property value would be more stable.




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  • Sam

    Stunning house, stunning location, I’d just rip out the interior and start afresh




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