Granot Loma II
Granot Loma is decorated throughout with an American Indian motif, reflecting a deep love for Indian design and material. It was once a get-away for guests, such as Fred Astaire, Lionel Barrymore, George Gershwin and Cole Porter.
The lodge was built as close to Lake Superior as possible and the entire basement was constructed of stone, which flows without interruption into the chimneys. Efforts were made so that each room in the lodge stands apart from the rest, utilizing horizontal or vertical logs, logs of different diameters and varying ceiling treatments.
This work was featured in the Log Home Guild for Builders and Buyers in 1987.. The article is Granot Loma, Michigan's Log Masterpiece.
Year Built: 1926
Year Repaired: 1994
Repair(s) Completed: Log Repair / Replacement, Sand Blasting, Staining