In the beautiful Lake County, just thirty-five miles northwest of Chicago, you’ll find the affluent village of Long Grove, Illinois. In the 60047 and 60060 zip codes, Long Grove is home to approximately 6,700 residents in the Chicago Metropolitan Area and is a remarkable community with strict building ordinances to maintain and preserve the village’s charming country ambiance. Composed of roughly 18 square miles, 0.2 being water, Long Grove is known for its laidback lifestyle and gorgeous natural beauty.
Once at the heart of the nation’s gateway to the west, Long Grove was originally a trading center, but all of that changed with the arrival of the Europeans. Today Long Grove is a multicultural city that boasts upscale shopping opportunities, award-winning restaurants, world-class museums and a vibrant culture and arts scene. Long Grove has a beautiful, historic downtown in addition to hosting several annual festivals that keep its residents engaged and entertained throughout the year.
Because of the community’s desire to maintain its relaxed, rural lifestyle, residential properties tend to have large lots and lush landscaping. Homes for sale in Long Grove vary in age, architectural style and size. While some single family homes in the village can have listing prices over $2 million, the price range is so broad the average listing price is around $800,500. Whether you are a young professional, retiree or someone in between, Long Grove is a wonderful place to buy a home in the Chicago Metro Area.
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