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Warsaw, IN 46582
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Kosciusko County is bursting with a diverse tapestry of enriching community involvement. Physical activites abound with multiple lakes, sports venues, walking & biking trails, parks and more. Numerous festivals, art exhibits, concerts and theater performances provide weekend entertainment. We live in an incredibly generous community that provides opportunities to give of you time, talent or treasure through many different philanthropic organizations. Contact us to schedule your free, no obligation consutation today!
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Warsaw is a city in and the county seat of Kosciusko County, Indiana, United States. Cradled among Winona Lake, Pike ...
Leesburg, Indiana is the oldest recorded town in Kosciusko County and was laid out in August, 1835 by Levi Lee. The town maintains its old world ...
Syracuse is a resort town boasting not only Lake Syracuse but also Lake Wawasee, the largest natural lake in Indiana. This town features parks, fine ...
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Acres: 414 Maximum Depth: 39 feet Average Depth: 13.7 feet Thermocline (summer): 24 to 36 feet Fish Population: Bluegill, ...
Lake Tippecanoe is the Deepest Natural Lake in Indiana! With nearly seven miles of shoreline this lake is popular for fishing, skiing, ...
Acres: 585 Maximum Depth: 52 feet Thermocline: 16 to 26 feet Fish Population: Bluegill, gizzard shad, yellow perch, redear, brown ...
Acres: 414 Maximum Depth: 34 feet Thermocline: 18 to 28 feet Fish Population: Bluegill, redear, black crappie, borwn bullheads, ...
Dewart Lake is a 551 acre natural lake, most likely created by a glacier during the last ice age, located three miles south of Syracuse. It lies within ...
Exclusive Lakeside Living A truly one-of-a-kind beautiful exclusive neighborhood with private deeded access to Big Chapman Lake. This upscale ...
One mile east of Beaver Dam in the southwest portion of the county, Beaver Dam Lake covers 150 acres with a sand bottom, maximum depth of 75 feet and average ...
Acres: 69 Thermocline (summer): 14 to 18 feet Fish Population: Bluegill,perch, black crappie, redear, largemouth bass, pumpkinseed, longear,warmouth, ...
- 2007 9 Million Dollar Club
- 2008 7 Million Dollar Club
- 2008 Coldwell Banker International President's Circle
- 2009 5 Million Dollar Club
- 2010 11 Million Dollar Club
- 2011 7 Million Dollar Club
- 2011 Coldwell Banker International President's Circle
- 2012 15 Million Dollar Club