SISTER BAY (WLUK) -- If $8.55 million is burning a hole in your pocket, perhaps you'd like to buy Little Sister Resort and Pebble Beach.
“My wife and I started running it in 1974. This is our 44th year or 45th season," said Gregory “Fuzzy” Sunstrom, Little Sister Resort co-owner.
Gregory Sunstrom, better known as Fuzzy, is one of the owners of the 100-year-old resort which has 22 rental units.
"It’s a family resort, the resort part of it and for us, we’re actually seeing the grandchildren coming back, you know, staying with their kids. We saw all the different families for 44 years," Sunstrom said.
"This place is near and dear to all our hearts," said Martha Luber Pelrine.
She is co-owner of the resort and bar.
"I started working here at age 12 washing pots and pans," she said.
She also co-owns Pebble Beach with a different family.
“Pebble Beach is a totally unique beach in that it’s all bright white limestone pebbles the size of eggs," she said.
If you include the resort, bar and beach, that adds up to about 30 acres of land, according to NAI Pfefferle, the agency working on the sale.
The beach is selling for $3.6 million while the resort and bar are listed at $4.95 million.
The agency also adds the properties could be subdivided or redeveloped.
The owners told FOX 11 their family members don’t want to take over the property so it’s time to move on.
“I think I’m just looking for a lifestyle change to have some time off in the summer, on the weekend." Sunstrom said.
If the property sells, he also shared what he’ll miss most.
“I enjoy people. I think that’s the biggest asset is that I enjoy being around people, working with people and so I think that’s been the best part of it.”
For now, business will continue as usual.