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This English Country home, named Hemlock Hall, was built by an auto executive and his wife after they were transferred to Detroit; no expense was spared in its design and construction. Avid sportsmen and conservationists, they purchased this unique lakefront lot on Island Lake and Lower Long Lake from the George Foundation.
The foundation was set up to fund the development of the Kirk in the Hills Presbyterian Church. Edwin S. George who deeded his expansive 1,100 acre / multi lake estate to the foundation, planned to build his next home here because of its unique access to the private lakes. Unfortunately, he passed away prematurely and this lot was the first one to be sold in this area.
The area's beauty and central location was quickly realized by others and Bloomfield Hills and Island Lake became the home of many automobile executives during the industry's golden age. In fact, two of the three CEOs lived on Island Lake.
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