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This Michigan Lodge is the 'Largest Log Cabin in the World'

No word on whether or not this sprawling Michigan lodge can back up its boast to be the the "largest log cabin in the world," but it's certainly impressive for the differing sizes, types and sheer amount of logs that went into building this 34,000-square-foot historic structure now on the market for $40 million. Known as Granot Loma (it says it right there on the roof), it has everything you could possibly want from a lodge: too many stuffed dead things to count, wood in every direction you look, multiple stone fireplaces, an assortment of tusks behind the bar, some Native American artwork we're still trying to process — it's just a lot to take in.

Get the full scoop on Granot Loma at Curbed Detroit >>