Located in both Cook and Lake counties, the village of Deer Park is a wonderful place to call home in the Chicago Metropolitan area. Deer Park boasts a green belt bordered by two expansive natural areas providing residents with an abundance of recreation and open space. Home to around 3,200 residents, Deer Park doesn’t only have picturesque natural beauty, but it also boasts excellent shopping and dining opportunities at Deer Park Town Center and the Town Center Promenade.
Composed of around 3.8 square miles, most of which are land, Deer Park is a great place for commuters who desire a quiet, small-town life with easy access to the big cities. Deer Park residents can easily access the Metra/Chicago and Northwestern train line via the stations in neighboring Barrington and Palatine. In addition to abundant natural beauty, Deer Park is home to the Historic Vehe farm and is in close proximity to the Historic areas of Long Grove and Barrington. Other neighboring communities include Lake Zurich and Kildeer.
Residential zoning in Deer Park is primarily single family homes with lot sizes of one acre or larger. However, there are upscale townhomes in close proximity to the Deer Park Center that afford prospective home buyers options beyond the traditional single family homes. The average listing price for a condo or townhome in Deer Park is around $445,600, while the average listing price for a single family home is around $571,700. While there may sometimes be exceptions, typically the highest listing price for a single family home in Deer Park is around $1.3 million.
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