Conservation Properties for Sale
Listed below are available properties from private sellers who either have a conservation easement on the property or are seeking a conservation-minded buyer. Please contact the seller for more information.
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80 Acres on Guernsey Lake Road in Barry County
Located on the north side of Guernsey Lake Rd. between Enzian and Norris Roads. Property is approximately half way between Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids and seven miles south of Yankee Springs Recreation Area. All bordering properties are protected from development by conservation easements and the property has ½ mile frontage on a designated Natural Beauty Road. There are only eight residences on 2.5-mile-long Guernsey Lake Road and all are at least 10 acres in size. Fish Lake and the surrounding state-owned lands are about ½ mile west of the property.
The land features glacial ridges broken by outwash channels. There is a diverse wildlife population including white tailed deer, wild turkey, small game and non-game animals. Eastern box turtles inhabit the property and the Eastern massasauga rattlesnake has been observed in the wetland. At the west side, there are several acres of brushy wetland with a spring-fed brook. A mix of hardwood and pine covers approximately 64 acres. There is an 8-acre area of grassy, open field. The current owners are looking for a conservation-minded buyer who will help keep this road naturally beautiful.
Frances Doezema, Time Line Realtors
Kalamazoo, MI 49053
Open Concept Home on 64 Conserved Acres, Cass County
57225 M-62 Highway, Cassopolis, MI 49031
This single family home located at 57225 M-62 Highway, Cassopolis, MI 49031 is currently listed for sale by Cressy & Everett Real Estate, with an asking price of $259,000. This 1776 sq. ft. open-concept home was built in 2006 and has 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths, plus a full basement with additional space for family or recreation room. The 64-acre property includes approximately 3800 feet on the Dowagiac Creek and is under a conservation easement through Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy (click here for more information about conservation easements). Great property for hunters, fishing, canoeing or kayaking. M-62 Highway is located in the Lagrange Twp, North Half subdivision within the Dowagiac school district. Near downtown Dowagiac, Southwestern College, and Borgess Hospital.
Bruce Springsteen, Cressy & Everett Real Estate