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You can also call or email Associate Broker Bryan Beckwith anytime to
ask questions regarding any Arcadia property or to set up a tour to
see properties that you are interested in. Buying Arcadia
Real Estate or property is made easy by using this site. Making any
novice a quick study of the 5 county Real Estate Market. This
site can also be used as an important tool for sellers as they can
quickly compare all the current Arcadia Real Estate
properties. Please call Bryan anytime to discuss marketing for your
property 231 631 2913.
Bryan Beckwith is an Expert Guide when it comes to buying Arcadia Real Estate. Bryan Beckwith has many years of
Arcadia Real Estate experience which enabled him to close on many
Arcadia Real Estate properties for both buyers & sellers &
is ready to do the same for you.
Bryan will help you understand the difference between shared access &
private frontage. He will explain traditional septic systems versus
engineered systems versus holding tanks. He will discuss the value
considerations between "waterside of the road" versus "across the road"
when it comes to Arcadia. He will explain the big
differences between "manufactured" & "modular". He will happily guide
you through the Land Division Act guidelines & important steps to
consider in turning a property into a condominium development. Today
will always be the best time to move forward on Arcadia, so give Bryan
Beckwith a call today at 231 631 2913.
European settlement in Arcadia dates to 1866, when Dr.
W. L. Dempster, G. W. Boss, and H. Huntington settled on
Bar Lake, so named because a large sandbar separates it
from Lake Michigan (the lake is now called Arcadia
Lake). The township was organized soon after, in 1870.
The village of Arcadia was founded in 1880.
Arcadia's early history was dominated by Henry Starke, a
Milwaukeean who established a lucrative lumber mill.
Starke also established Trinity Lutheran Church,
Arcadia's most prominent structure and a Michigan state
historic site. The town thrived as a lumber town through
the early 1900s. In 1906 Starke's lumber mill burned to
the ground and was replaced by the Arcadia Furniture
The town is the birthplace of Harriet Quimby, America's
first aviatrix. This is memorialized by a Michigan