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Last updated September 17 at 07:05 AM
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558 Bowline Boulevard
558 Bowline Blvd, Branch County, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,050
1088 sqft
Very quiet residential neighborhood. Access to the lake. Attached garage parking. Washer/Dryer hookup in utility room.
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City GuideColdwater
Coldwater, Michigan, is home of Tibbits Opera House, the second-largest theater in Michigan, and is a popular destination for culture addicts.
Coldwater, Michigan, is home of Tibbits Opera House, the second-largest theater in Michigan, and is a popular destination for culture addicts.

If you are looking for an interesting place with a bit of history, then you will really enjoy living at Coldwater. This place has a really long history, starting from its early days as part of Coldwater Township, before it was incorporated as a village in 1837, then as a city in 1861. As at the 2010 census, the population of Coldwater was 10,945. Did you know that Coldwater is at the very center of Coldwater Township? It is also the county seat of Branch County.

Moving to Coldwater

Coldwater has plenty of rental houses, including apartments for rent, duplexes for rent, studio apartments for rent, and townhouses for rent. If you're lucky, you might even be able to rent a place month-to-month in Coldwater, Mich.

Most people like to make a comparison of the cost of living in several cities before they make the final decision to move to the area. This is a good move, because a lower cost of living saves you a lot money at the end of the day. The good news is that the cost of living in Coldwater, MI, is lower than both the national average and the average for the state of Michigan. The average rent here is also more than 30 percent lower than the national average, meaning you can definitely get the best bang for your buck. If you are ready, let us explore the neighborhoods in Coldwater.

Coldwater Neighborhoods

Coldwater has plenty to offer, whether you're looking for suburban or rural, so review the list below to see which neighborhood is your cup of tea.

City Center: Coldwater's City Center is best described as a suburban neighborhood, with very low home and rental prices, and plenty of choices for those looking for apartments to rent. The available options include high-rise apartments, apartment complexes, smaller apartments, and small to large single-family homes. The homes are also not so old, with houses dating back from the 1970s to the late 1990s.

Crystal Beach / Canada Shores: This part of town is more expensive than the City Center, but still well-below the prices in expensive cities. This area has a bit of a rustic feel to it, and you will not find any options for high-rise apartments, large apartment complexes or other similar housing that do not fit into the plan for this neighborhood. You'll find Barefoot Grill and Clays Family Restaurant here.

Gilead / East Gilead: This is another rural community with low rental prices. Those looking for high-rise apartments or large apartment complexes will also strike out here because the options here are limited to mobile homes and single-family homes.

Things to Do in Coldwater

One of the most popular attractions in Coldwater is its Tibbits Opera House. It is the second-oldest theater in the state of Michigan, and is a center for so many social activities. Those who enjoy learning about the past can always visit the Museum Gallery down on Chicago Street, or they could visit the Grosvenor House Museum at Jonesville. Golf enthusiasts will find plenty to love in this city, with the numerous golf clubs, including Quincy Golf Course, Game of Your Life Foundation and Bella vista Golf Course.

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City GuideColdwater
Coldwater, Michigan, is home of Tibbits Opera House, the second-largest theater in Michigan, and is a popular destination for culture addicts.
Coldwater, Michigan, is home of Tibbits Opera House, the second-largest theater in Michigan, and is a popular destination for culture addicts.

If you are looking for an interesting place with a bit of history, then you will really enjoy living at Coldwater. This place has a really long history, starting from its early days as part of Coldwater Township, before it was incorporated as a village in 1837, then as a city in 1861. As at the 2010 census, the population of Coldwater was 10,945. Did you know that Coldwater is at the very center of Coldwater Township? It is also the county seat of Branch County.

Moving to Coldwater

Coldwater has plenty of rental houses, including apartments for rent, duplexes for rent, studio apartments for rent, and townhouses for rent. If you're lucky, you might even be able to rent a place month-to-month in Coldwater, Mich.

Most people like to make a comparison of the cost of living in several cities before they make the final decision to move to the area. This is a good move, because a lower cost of living saves you a lot money at the end of the day. The good news is that the cost of living in Coldwater, MI, is lower than both the national average and the average for the state of Michigan. The average rent here is also more than 30 percent lower than the national average, meaning you can definitely get the best bang for your buck. If you are ready, let us explore the neighborhoods in Coldwater.

Coldwater Neighborhoods

Coldwater has plenty to offer, whether you're looking for suburban or rural, so review the list below to see which neighborhood is your cup of tea.

City Center: Coldwater's City Center is best described as a suburban neighborhood, with very low home and rental prices, and plenty of choices for those looking for apartments to rent. The available options include high-rise apartments, apartment complexes, smaller apartments, and small to large single-family homes. The homes are also not so old, with houses dating back from the 1970s to the late 1990s.

Crystal Beach / Canada Shores: This part of town is more expensive than the City Center, but still well-below the prices in expensive cities. This area has a bit of a rustic feel to it, and you will not find any options for high-rise apartments, large apartment complexes or other similar housing that do not fit into the plan for this neighborhood. You'll find Barefoot Grill and Clays Family Restaurant here.

Gilead / East Gilead: This is another rural community with low rental prices. Those looking for high-rise apartments or large apartment complexes will also strike out here because the options here are limited to mobile homes and single-family homes.

Things to Do in Coldwater

One of the most popular attractions in Coldwater is its Tibbits Opera House. It is the second-oldest theater in the state of Michigan, and is a center for so many social activities. Those who enjoy learning about the past can always visit the Museum Gallery down on Chicago Street, or they could visit the Grosvenor House Museum at Jonesville. Golf enthusiasts will find plenty to love in this city, with the numerous golf clubs, including Quincy Golf Course, Game of Your Life Foundation and Bella vista Golf Course.