Composed of roughly 10 square miles in beautiful Lake County, the village known as Mundelein, Illinois, is a wonderful place to call home just thirty-five miles northwest of Chicago. This northern suburb of Chicago serves as home to around 31,100 residents in the 60060 zip code. Mundelein is a charming community with great opportunities for shopping, dining, entertainment and recreation, which is why Mundelein is a must-consider destination when looking to relocate in the Chicago Metro area.
There are numerous wonderful neighborhoods and subdivisions located in Mundelein, each with its own unique character and amenities. A few of the most noteworthy neighborhoods include Ambria, Barnhill, Cambridge Countryside, Colony of Longmeadow, Diamond Lake, Fairhaven, Hampton Reserve, Holcomb, Lakewood Village, Loch Lomond, Steeple Chase, Sylvan Lake, Tullamore, West Shore Park, Woodhaven, and the active adult community of Grand Dominion.
This family friendly community is served by four public school districts including Mundelein Elementary District 75, Diamond Lake School District 76, Fremont School District 79 and Mundelein Consolidated High School District 120. In addition to great schools, Mundelein residents also enjoy an easy commute via the village’s Metra station that provides weekday rail service between Chicago and Antioch. Real estate in Mundelein includes condos, townhomes and single family homes of varying ages, sizes and architectural styles. While there are sometimes exceptions, the highest listing price for a condo or townhome is usually around $469,000, while the average listing price is nearer to $187,100. Single family homes in Mundelein can have listing prices near $1.6 million, but the price range is so broad, the average listing price for a Mundelein single family home is nearer to $341,000.
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