Downtown Naperville Homes for Sale

Naperville is the fifth largest community in Illinois and is comprised of 32 neighborhoods that are full of quality real estate. The entertainment hub of this wonderful community is Downtown Naperville. It is home to many shops, restaurants, bars, and more. It is also a great place to raise a family, making Downtown Naperville homes for sale ideal for those who want to be right next to the excitement while still enjoying a quaint atmosphere.

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Those living in Downtown Naperville real estate are just 30 minutes from Chicago, but residents don’t have to travel outside the neighborhood for entertainment. A wide range of shopping options is available here including national retailers like Pottery Barn, Banana Republic, Apple, Anthropologie, Sephora, Lululemon and J.Crew, as well as unique local boutiques like Anderson’s Bookshop, Little Luxuries, Naperville Running Company, and Dean’s Fine Clothing among others. Downtown Naperville is a shopper’s paradise!

There are also incredible restaurant options just a short walk from Downtown Naperville homes for sale. You’ll find Italian, Mexican, American, Irish, and more. Popular dining spots include Naf Naf Grill, Ted’s Montana Grill, Hugo’s Frog Bar & Fish House, Q-BBQ, Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria, Egg Harbor Cafe, and Jackson Avenue Pub. The dining possibilities are endless in Downtown Naperville.

Residents of Downtown Naperville real estate can also enjoy a variety of delightful events held throughout the year. There’s the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the Memorial Day Parade, and the Riverwalk Fine Art Fair to name a few. Downtown Naperville events are fun for all ages, lending family-friendly charm to this vibrant community.

Also located near Downtown Naperville homes for sale is the beautiful Riverwalk. This exquisite riverfront parks features tranquil fountains, covered bridges, and gorgeous landscaping. The Riverwalk is amazing natural retreat nestled within the city.

The majority of Naperville IL real estate is single-family detached homes with a few rowhouses and high rise apartments. Many Downtown Naperville homes for sale are established homes that were built between 1970 and 1999, while others are newer, contemporary homes. Home prices range from about $80,000 to $2,350,000.

If you would like more information on available homes for sale in Downtown Naperville, please contact area expert Jodi Heifner-DiVietro, REALTOR today!

 

 

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Aurora, IL – The City of Lights

There are many reasons to look at homes for sale in Aurora, IL!  It is a great location for residents commuting to the city.  It is accessible through five interchanges on the East/West Tollway Corridor. Corporate offices and commercial growth on the City’s east and west sides continue to expand the City’s boundaries, now stretching from Route 59 on the east to portions beyond Orchard Road on the west.  There are also 2 Metra stations for easy transportation into the city of Chicago.

The Far East Side of the City includes the regional Westfield Shoppingtown at Fox Valley (formerly known as Fox Valley Mall) and residential areas and is projected to house 60,000 people within the next twenty years. The Near East side includes the internationally known Chicago Premium Outlets.

 

There is always something to do in Aurora, IL. The City is also home to The Paramount Theater, Hollywood Casino and River Edge Park!  

The City Extends Into Four Counties:

There Are Six School Districts And Seven Townships Covered Within The City Limits.

There are four historic districts and a large number of individual landmark designations for many of the City’s buildings.

The City of Aurora is rich in history and pride. The future for the “City of Lights” looks bright as the community continues to grow and prosper.

Aurora History – A Rapidly Growing City

Joseph McCarty, a pioneer from New York State, came west seeking a new home. Reaching the Fox Valley, he built the first campfire in April of 1834 on the island, which is now the site of downtown Aurora. He thought that the Fox River location was an ideal place for a new community and told his brother, Samuel. It was not long before Samuel arrived, family was sent for, and a permanent settlement was taking roots. The settlement was named McCarty mills for the brothers’ grist mill and sawmill. In 1837, when a Post Office was established, the village became Aurora, goddess of the dawn. Later, when the City was the first in the United States to use electric lights for publicly lighting the entire City, it achieved the nickname of “City of Lights”.

The modest camp of 1834 has grown into a teeming city. With a population of 197,899 according to the 2010 census, the City has steadily grown throughout the years to become the second largest city in the state. For an in depth look into our history, please visit our historic preservation section.

 

If you would like more information on available homes for sale in Aurora, please contact area expert Jodi Heifner-DiVietro, REALTOR today!

 

Source: https://www.aurora-il.org/index.php

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Looking to buy a home in Oswego, IL?  I am a long time resident and absolutely love this growing community with a small town feel.  Let me tell you all the reasons why it’s a great place to live!

 

Oswego, IL, located 50 miles west of Chicago, is a town it’s residents are proud to call home. The community is continuously growing, yet it maintains a small town feel. Oswego is well situated at the southern end of the Fox River Valley in Kendall County, IL, just south of downtown Aurora.

The Village of Oswego also has a rich history.  In 1833, the first permanent European settlers arrived in the Oswego area.  The Village was platted in 1835 and incorporated in 1852.  Oswego is a Mohawk Indian word meaning “mouth of the stream.”

The community strives to maintain it’s small town character and it remains a great place to raise a family. Many new residents cite our quality schools as the reason they moved to Oswego.  Even though enrollment has increased over the past decade, Community Unit District 308 has an excellent reputation and has maintained its high standards.

There is no shortage of healthcare options in Oswego.  The nearest ER and hospital is Rush-Copley Medical Center, a 183-bed hospital offering inpatient and outpatient care and progressive technology.  Rush-Copley is a member of the Rush-System for Health.  In addition,  Edward Hospital has a Immediate Care center, Advocate Dreyer offers a clinic with a variety of specialties, and Provena Mercy Medical Center is within twenty minutes of Oswego.

The Oswegoland Park District offers residents an abundance of recreational and preschool programs. A new aquatic center, miles of bike trails, and hundreds of acres of parks provide Oswego area residents with clean and safe recreation.

Oswego is home to the Fox Bend Golf Course, rated as one of the top twenty public courses in the Chicagoland area. The Illinois Open was held at Fox Bend in 1997 and in 1999. For the ninth year in a row, the pro shop at Fox Bend has been recognized by Golf Digest as one of the top 100 golf shops in America.

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Located along the Fox River, our historic downtown includes shops, restaurants and the Oswego Public Library, which is a community center for learning, culture and recreation.  The Oswego Chamber of Commerce is truly an active one, and supports local businesses like no other.

Finally, there is always lots to do around Oswego, IL such as the annual PrairieFest, Wine on the Fox, Movies in the Park, Farmers Markets and more.  Here is a full 2017 list of Oswego Festivals and Community Events.

For more local news and village information, visit www.onlyoswego.coor the Village’s webpage at  www.oswegoil.org.

Oswego. It’s a town it’s residents are proud to call home.

If you would like more information on available homes for sale in Oswego, please contact area expert Jodi Heifner-DiVietro, REALTOR today!

Source:  http://www.oswegoil.org/

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