Breathtaking views from every room! Lakefront home on Lake Woodhull can comfortably accommodate one family or two with walk-out basement living space. Four comfortable queen beds and an inflatable mattress just in case. Every.thing you need is here! Fish from the dock or take the paddleboat for a ride. Just don't forget to watch the sunset!
Our home is situated on private Lake Woodhull off Sashabaw road in Waterford, just a few miles from the I-75 ramp. We are in a quiet neighborhood with the feel of Up North, but close to the many destinations in the Oakland County area and less than an hour to metro Detroit. The home is completely stocked for short-term or long-term bookings, with ample parking in the driveway for 6 cars. Grocery and shopping nearby. Gas grill, paddleboat, kayak, fishing poles and firepit available for guests.
Guests have the entire home to themselves.
I am available for questions by phone/messaging at any time.
We allow only 8 guests in the home and children/infants are considered guests. We do not allow smoking, pets, loud music, large parties or fireworks.
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My husband, Steve, and I love our homes and spending time with family. Steve is in the software business and I am an artist who loves to entertain family and friends. With 3 grown children, 3 grandchildren and our daughter in high school, we stay very busy. We live most of the year in Florida, and bought our lake house in Waterford 9 years ago with the plan of retiring and splitting our time in FL and MI. I grew up on Lake Woodhull and still have family and friends in Waterford. But we have called Safety Harbor our home for 20 years, and couldn't imagine living anywhere else in Florida. It's the best kept secret on Tampa Bay. We love to travel in the US and out of the country as well. I am thrilled to have found Airbnb and plan on being a guest as well as a host home. Being a craftsman/artist, I have laid tile, painted furniture, murals and hung my art and photography on the walls of our homes. And like the sign hanging in the dining room says, may my heart always "Be Thankful".