The quest for treasure—and trouble—will return when the seventh season of “The Curse of Oak Island” airs on the History Channel on Tuesday.
We don’t know if the crew will excavate the treasure vault in the “money pit” on Oak Island this season, but fans of the show will continue to watch the team dig and dig through the island off the coast of Nova Scotia.
However, we do know producer and resident engineer Craig Tester is ready to part with his own piece of treasure. He just listed his custom Michigan mansion for $3.75 million.
The waterfront home doesn’t boast a chest of gold coins and jewels, but it’s special in its own right. The 5,048-square-foot property is covered in windows, which means incredible West Bay views from any room.
And custom might be an understatement when describing this estate. From the front doors to the finishes in the living spaces to the spiral staircase to the sleek kitchen, everything was custom-built. These unique details make the mansion feel special. It’s a work of art, and it shows in the chandeliers, tiles, floors, and finishes.
The kitchen is definitely something else, with futuristic Snaidero cabinets in a lilac shade, speckled slate countertops, and Miele appliances.
There are four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, all of which feature a different style. Two of those bedrooms are found on the bottom level, which also includes a second kitchen and a pool and spa. Which means you can easily take a dip during cold Michigan winters.
Perhaps Tester is moving to Nova Scotia for good, or maybe he’s just ready to move on from this stunning house. Either way, this Michigan mansion is on the hunt for a buyer who treasures a waterfront gem.