Designed by architect Roger Hummel, Pine Hollow Country House was built to last a thousand years. The foundation is massive with walls that are thirteen inches of load-bearing local granite and limestone. The frame is Michigan white oak timber post and beam. The floors are Michigan glacier scraped limestone. The roof is zinc. Honest, enduring materials and finishes were used throughout. We call it a vernacular architecture because it is the embodiment of the geography and climate of our region’s fundamental elements. It’s clean and natural.
Pine Hollow is situated on one of the last remaining continuous stretches of privately owned waterfront. The 15,000 square foot house offers twelve bedrooms and 15 bathrooms. It is ideal for vacations and retreats for 10-22 people.