Ann Loeb Bronfman's Mackinac Island Mansion Asks $2.9M

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Location: Mackinac Island, Mich.
Price: $2,900,000
The Skinny: A former fur trading outpost now known as a favorite summer destination, Michigan's Mackinac Island has its fair share of classic waterfront architecture, including the official summer residence of Michigan's governor, and has drawn prominent summer residents for more than a century. This shingled manse, known as Lakewood, was the summer home of the late Ann Loeb Bronfman, daughter of a Lehman Brothers heir and ex-wife of Seagram distillery billionaire Edgar M. Bronfman Sr. Prior to her passing in 2011, Bronfman split her time between Washington, D.C. and the Lakewood estate, where she enjoyed sailing on Lake Huron. Following her death, the Bronfman heirs opted to sell this eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom Victorian for $2.9M.
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