Whether you like your water in a pool, a hot tub, or a big ol' lagoon, this exquisite Michigan home with its own boat house is a water lover's dream home.

The home is located in Harrison Township, just north of St. Clair Shores on Lake St. Clair. It's not that far from Uncle Kracker's stunning Harrison Township home, which has its own pub, tunnels, and plenty of neon lighting fit for a rock star.

A Water Lover's Dream Home

Technically, owning a boat (or multiple boats) isn't required, but it would really help, as this $3.4 million mansion includes its very own 55 foot boat house and seven additional boat wells. Take a look at the pics below to see a real boater's dream.

A water enthusiast's home wouldn't be complete without an in-ground pool and hot tub too. It's built on the shore of Black Creek Lagoon and it's just minutes from Lake St. Clair.

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Luxury on the Inside Too

On the inside, you'll find nearly 7,600 square feet of luxury as well. The main bedroom suite has an attached screened-in porch and one crazy designer bathroom. (You'll have to see the pic below.)

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There's a gourmet chef's kitchen, four bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a second-floor apartment suite with its own kitchen, bathroom, and living room.

The Technical Stuff:

This water lover's dream home is located at 38374 Huron Pointe Dr. in Harrison Township, Michigan. The listing is being handled by Thomas Zibkowski of Real Estate One Inc. in Shelby Township.

Harrison Township Home Has Its Own 55' Boat House

Take a look at this beautiful home just minutes from Lake St. Clair in Harrison Township. Whether you like your water in a pool, hot tub, lake, or just your very own luxurious bathroom, it's a water lover's dream.

Gallery Credit: George McIntyre

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