Naperville Real Estate
I am not the only ones who think Naperville, Illinois is an amazing spot to settle down. The city has been named time and again as one of the “best places to live in the U.S.” by Money Magazine. Unbeatable beauty, high-ranking public and private schools, positive job growth, low crime, rising home appreciation, thriving entertainment and leisure industry (including several world-class golf courses) and close proximity to Chicago have earned this suburban community top desirability.
While downtown Naperville is a vital and active destination. On the weekends as folks from surrounding suburbs come for the exceptional shopping, dining, and outdoor amusement. The rest of the city’s neighborhood streets remain quiet and peaceful homesteads. Never compromised by the outside interest in its sights and attractions. The curving residential blocks are set back in subdivisions, protected from busier main roads and the traffic of Naperville’s popular business district. Bordered by immaculately maintained lawns, towering trees, and healthy hedges, most Naperville homes sit on sizeable lots with attached garages and mature vegetation. Fanned around cul-de-sacs and winding, sidewalk-lined lanes, Naperville properties offer homeowners prime outdoor space with the privacy of individual yards and that comforting unity of close-knit neighbors.
For the most part, homebuyers find real estate is concentrated around single-family and detached homes. The majority of these houses are good-sized, four-bedroom properties that start in the high $200,000s for an older split-level or ranch; while newer two-story “McMansions” can easily cost over a million dollars. These days, the average sale price for a two-bedroom house in Naperville is about $295,000. With an average market time of 66 days. Three-bedroom properties sell for around $334,000 on average, although there are some that go for between $700,000 and a million dollars. The average sale price for a four- or five-bedroom place in Naperville is approximately $530,000. With countless listings in the million-dollar to 4 million dollar range — mostly for recently constructed, luxury homes.