Discover the hidden treasure in Chicago’s northern suburbs, the village in Lake County, Illinois known as Long Grove. Located just 35 miles northwest of Chicago, and only 1 hour from Milwaukee, Long Grove is a splendid and diverse community situated on approximately 12.71 square miles and home to roughly 7,000 residents. Full of historic homes, some dating back to the 1800’s, Long Grove is a prestigious place to call home. There are numerous real estate options in this open-space countryside community named for the grove of oak and hickory trees which once existed along the banks of nearby creeks and highways. This strictly zoned oasis is committed to preserving its relaxed and rural lifestyle so residents can enjoy the country while being minutes from the city and all its amenities.
Long Grove is bursting with lush trees, seasonal gardens and breathtaking views. In addition to an abundance of natural beauty, residents can also enjoy the myriad of one-of-kind shops, galleries and dining options. Long Grove is conveniently located within 40 minutes of O’Hare Airport, 25 minutes from Six Flags/Gurnee and 20 minutes from Woodfield Mall.
Long Grove’s Historic Downtown is popular among residents and a tourist favorite as well. Full of village landmarks, such as the signature covered bridge, you will find grist mills, dairies, general and specialty stores that now house chic shops and first-rate restaurants. Their annual chocolate, strawberry and apple festivals draw in large crowds and are a few reasons why Long Grove was named one of Chicago’s Best Public Spaces by the Metropolitan Planning Council. Elementary students residing in Long Grove are served by 3 school districts and high school students attend either District 120 or 125. Regardless of what you are looking for in a new home, Long Grove has the perfect place for you.
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