Open House - 2:00 to 4:00Cressy & Everett Real Estate20509 Isabella20509 IsabellaCassopolisMI49031https://propertyimage.leadingre.com/44281/0x81DDE8A581A0D5EEEEF4A106484CC807/1.jpgNOT FOR RENT! DIAMOND LAKE WATERFRONT- 1020 acre, all sport lake. 5,220 square feet. Huge home with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths. Entire second floor is Master Suite with a study. Enjoy fantastic views of lake from your room or on the open deck. Master bath features wonderful large walk-in shower, heated mirrors and towel heater. Cedar closets throughout. Amazing lot with beautiful lake front. Great sandy swimming, boating and fishing right out your door - and plenty of room to store your gear in the lower level walk-out and 4-car heated garage with water.
Cass County, Michigan, was established in 1828 during the presidency of Andrew Jackson and named after Lewis Cass who served as territorial governor of the area at the time. Cass was known for his ability to establish treaties with the Native Americans which enabled the white man to settle in the area.
Cities and villages within this county include Dowagiac, Edwardsburg, Cassopolis, Vandalia and Marcellus. Boasting a population of more than 51,100, this region is rich in history and resources.
In the early to mid 19th century, Cass County residents became known for their anti-slavery position. The Underground Railroad ran through Cassopolis village (currently the county seat), assisting slaves to freedom. One story reveals how, in 1947, a group of Kentucky slave owners came to Cass County to reclaims runaway slaves. The group was overcome by farmers and residents who surrounded and threatened them.
Today the area provides more than 250 lakes for waterfront living and water sports. The nature preserves scattered throughout present opportunities for hiking, camping and bird watching.
Over the course of time, the county’s industry has slowly transformed from agricultural to tourism. In May residents and visitors can enjoy the Dowagiac Dogwood Fine Arts Festival featuring dancers, storytellers, novelists and songwriters, then in August experience the Cass County Fair with livestock auctions, Bullmania and a demolition derby. The Pioneer Log Cabin Museum located on M-60 at Stone Lake was constructed from logs in 1923 and contains a historical collection of the region’s first settlers and preserved animals, including the now extinct passenger pigeon.
Cassopolis Home inventory breakdown by property type
Of the 46 homes for sale in Cassopolis, the breakdown of property types
is as follows: 96% Single Family, 2% Condo and 2% Other.
96% Single Family
Area details, home facts and figures
Homes for sale
Average Home Size
2,623 ft² / 244 m²
($37,900 - $1,985,000)
Weather in Cassopolis
The average high temperatures in Cassopolis range from 32 in January to 84 in July
Average home income in Cassopolis
The average household income of a Cassopolis resident is $61,323 with an average home value of $157,902
Population of Cassopolis
Cassopolis has 8,365 residents.
Home ownership in Cassopolis
The average level of home ownership in Cassopolis is 80%.
Education breakdown of Cassopolis
Education levels of residents of Cassopolis include: highschool 42%, associate 8%, bachelor 10%, graduate 4%.
Households in Cassopolis
Cassopolis has 3,281 homes, built on average 44 years ago.
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You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 46 homes for sale in Cassopolis. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Condo and Other. The average list price of these property results is 579,431. Prices are shown as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Cassopolis please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.
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