Cassopolis, MI is a friendly lakeside community located in Cass County on Michigan's Lower Peninsula. The quintessential Midwestern small town, Cassopolis has an urban center surrounded by residential neighborhoods with about 1,774 residents. It is the County Seat for Cass County and many of the local government offices are located within its borders. Much of the government activity takes place at the historic limestone courthouse, built in 1899, that still stands in the downtown region.
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Cassopolis real estate options are quite diverse appealing to a large number of buyers. Because Cassopolis has room to expand, you will find a number of large homes on spacious lots here. Estate homes in newly developed subdivisions are possible, as are established properties in comfortable neighborhoods. Home buyers who want to build their dream home in Cassopolis will also find a number of undeveloped land lots. Search the newest Cassopolis homes for sale.
Cassopolis students attend schools in the Cassopolis Public School District. The schools are small, offering the students many one-on-one opportunities with their teachers. Young students attend Sam Adams Elementary School and older students attend Ross Beatty Junior/Senior High School. Many of the smaller communities around Cassopolis bus their students in to the schools in the Cassopolis Public School District. Search homes for sale in Cassopolis by school district.
In many ways, Cassopolis is a bedroom community, with residents traveling to one of the larger cities in the South Bend-Mishawaka metro area for employment. With M-60 and M-62 both intersecting in Cassopolis, travel into South Bend and Granger is simple. The county government and the local school district provide a number of job options to area residents.
With Stone Lake on the southwest side and Diamond Lake on the southeast side, Cassopolis offers ample water-based recreational opportunities for those who purchase homes within its borders, providing a relaxing, friendly place to live. Residents can often be seen boating, fishing and simply enjoying the lakefront location. When they are done spending time in and around the water, a number of local restaurants, including the Full Bull Tavern, Broadway Cafe and Smokin' Good BBQ, provide a place to grab a bite to eat and reconnect with neighbors.
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