A suburb of Chicago, the village of Wheeling, Illinois, is in both Lake and Cook counties in the 60090 zip code. Home to approximately 40,000 residents, composed of roughly 8.74 square miles, Wheeling was named after Wheeling, West Virginia. Wheeling is found in the heart of Chicago’s northern suburbs and is a dynamic and diverse community. This remarkable community has a perfect balance of commercial development, industry and residential neighborhoods.
In addition to these great features, Wheeling is known not only regionally, but nationally, as the home of the “Restaurant Row” of Milwaukee Avenue. Wheeling not only has great dining, but great shopping, entertainment and recreation options as well. All of these great amenities make Wheeling a wonderful place to buy a home. The real estate options in Wheeling include luxurious condos, townhomes and single family homes. At the other end of the spectrum you can also find great starter homes for the first-time homebuyer. Situated on beautiful tree-lined streets, the homes for sale in Wheeling are sure to impress even the most discerning of home buyers.
Homes for sale in Wheeling vary in price depending upon the property's age, size, style and location. Condos and townhomes in Wheeling rarely have listing prices over $500,000 and have an average listing price around $188,800. Single family homes in Wheeling also top out around $500,000, but have an average listing price around $261,200. With a great location, easy access to major thoroughfares that make commuting a breeze, and wonderful real estate options, Wheeling is a must-consider destination when looking to relocate in the Chicago Metro area.
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