In Cook County, Illinois is a northwestern residential suburb of Chicago known as the Village of Palatine. Situated on 13.76 square miles, Palatine is home to approximately 69,000 residents making it the 7th largest community in Cook County. Conveniently located just 30 miles from Chicago’s Loop and 14 miles from O’Hare Airport, residents can enjoy the rural feeling of this seemingly small town while not being too far from the advantages offered by the city.
Palatine boasts a long, rich history and heritage dating back into the 1800’s. There are many beautiful neighborhoods located here with real estate options ensuring there is something for everyone. You will find single family homes, townhomes, condominiums, and more in this lovely area. Residents have the opportunity for shopping, dining, entertainment, nightlife, and outdoor recreation throughout the area. There are a number of great events you’ll want to check out in Palatine including Streetfest, an event similar to Taste of Chicago, as well as 4th of July celebrations such as fireworks, a parade and similar festivities.
The gorgeous groves and prairies of Palatine give tranquility to the landscape and give residents access to many open spaces and parks. In addition to numerous parks, the Palatine Park District also operates numerous swimming pools and recreation centers for residents throughout the area to enjoy. Property is in very high demand in this hometown of friendly neighbors. Prices for homes in Palatine average around $166,800 but can be much higher for luxurious estate properties. Students in Palatine are served by 2 award winning school districts, the Community Consolidated School District 15 for public elementary and the Township High School District 211 for public high schools. If you are looking to relocate to the northwest Chicago area, you would be remiss not to consider the scenic Village of Palatine.
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