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The Most Expensive House in Michigan Wants $40 Million

Granot Loma, a fancy-pants named beachfront estate on Lake Superior, hit the market this week at a staggering $40 million. The self-described "largest log cabin in the world," built over the course of four years and completed in 1923, this 26 thousand square foot mega mansion originally cost $5 million to build—nearly $70 million in 2015 dollars. The home's original owner, financier and bank president Louis G. Kaufman played a key role in the founding of General Motors and served on the automaker's board for over 20 years, giving this home a Detroit connection.

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