*Written by Marina Angèle
This 1930s English Tudor, located in the charming town of Harbert, Michigan, was owned by the late film critic Roger Ebert and now is for sale for $4 Million. Situated on just over an acre of woodland atop a dune, the home boasts views of Lake Michigan from nearly every room. And The Most Expensive Homes is ready to show you everything!
On the main level, the kitchen, formal dining room, and living room all have fireplaces and vaulted wood-beamed ceilings.
There is also a large den with built-in shelving. On the lower level, the recreation room features an original stone fireplace, which was constructed with the help of horses, who dragged the stones up the dunes.
A covered stone porch provides outdoor living space to take in the scenery, and just down from the main house is a quaint guesthouse by the beach.
Behind the original fieldstone façade, the interiors have plaster walls with wood trim.
Vaulted wood beamed ceilings add character to the living room and the den has a stone fireplace and wood-beamed ceilings.
Therefore, the formal dining room is partially open to the kitchen, and wood paneling and cabinetry lend a rustic touch to the kitchen.
The guesthouse living room opens onto a spacious deck overlooking the lake.
Stats: 4 Bedrooms / 4.5 Baths / 4,140 sq. ft. / $4 million