MHome: Luna Pier Lovely

. August 14, 2017.
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Just a short drive up I-75 there is a small town, Luna Pier-incorporated in 1963, that reminds you of areas you might find in the Northeast. After owning a condo and a cottage and considering a move to Florida, Bob and Bonnie Boes decided that Lake Erie beckoned. They built their dream lake house in Luna Pier– close to Toledo, yet with all the amenities of being on the water.

Built by Jim Moline, their spacious stone house at the water’s edge features a lake patio and an upstairs outdoor porch that is accessed from the den. A sea of windows along the back of the house allows them to have the perfect view. Nautical touches are prevalent in this gorgeous home, decorated with shades of the sea and natural accompaniments.

The kitchen is fabulous– the island is massive and the open concept flows well into the dining area. The bathrooms are artfully painted with decorative touches and the sink area is a unique blending of furniture and glass.

Living on a lake is always comforting and this home would be hard to leave– it is a nautical dream.

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