The Sanctuary

The Sanctuary at St. Lazare is designed to provide all the amenities of the nearby towns and cities while offering the incredible seclusion of private, wooded properties along the Spring Lake lakeshore.

Homes from $760,000
Spring Lake, MI Spring Lake School District

A Spring Lake Waterfront Community: Only 8 Building Sites Remaining

With access to West Michigan’s extensive bike path system, nearby nature trails, and sidewalks throughout, residents are able to enjoy the outdoors just beyond their doorstep. Each building site – lakefront, lake-view, or forested – is connected to all municipal services and range in size from 1⁄2 to 1 acre. Lakefront sites boast up to an acre of waterfront property, inviting the peaceful serenity of lakeside living.

A nature trail runs through the community nature preserve along the edge of the Sanctuary at St. Lazare, allowing residents to enjoy deep ravines and creekside walking opportunities. The Northwest Ottawa bike path system, at the entrance, connects our residents with the many parks and surrounding areas.

The Sanctuary at St. Lazare, within the Spring Lake Public School district, has endless opportunities for shopping, dining, and entertainment with up to 30 popular restaurants and the Lakes Mall just a short distance away, as well as the vibrant downtown entertainment areas of Spring Lake and Grand Haven. In addition, all of this is only 30 minutes from downtown Grand Rapids.

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The Sanctuary at a Glance

  • Homes with site starting at $760,000
  • Located in Spring Lake, Michigan
  • Connected to over 25 miles of bike path
  • Lakefront, Lake- view and naturally wooded home sites
  • Sidewalks and Streetlights
  • Custom designed and built by David C. Bos Homes
  • 1/2 to 1 Acre sites
  • Natural rolling terrain
  • Community nature trail

It is our hope that those who choose to live here will find “Sanctuary” within their homes amid the natural beauty this landscape has created, for those who tread its paths and water’s edge, for years to come.

— David J. Bos

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