The Village of Wauconda, in Lake County, Illinois, has a population of approximately 13,600 on 5.73 square miles. Settled in 1848 and incorporated in 1872, Wauconda boasts a rich history still apparent throughout the community. Residents can enjoy all Wauconda has to offer and enjoy the amenities of neighboring communities like Island Lake, Lakemoor and Volo.
Buy a home in the Village of Wauconda and you’ll never be bored, as this charming community has a number of shops and restaurants to enjoy. This community also has an abundance of natural beauty and resources to be enjoyed. In addition to Bangs Lake, a 306 acre recreational lake, Wauconda also has numerous parks to enjoy and is home to a national natural landmark, the Wauconda Bog Nature Preserve.
If you delight in community events, you will love living in the Village of Wauconda. Wauconda hosts the IPRA Championship Rodeo annually. They also have a Farmers Market where you can purchase all sorts of delicious produce and products. Other events include Wauconda Fest, Jammin’ on Main Street, Main Street Cruise Night and the Annual Holiday Walk.
Students in Wauconda attend in the Wauconda Community Unit School District 118 which means as a resident you can rest easy knowing your children are getting an excellent education. Another source of pride in Wauconda, for 3 years in a row it was voted the “Best City/Town to Live” by the Daily Herald’s Readers’ Choice voters. For these and countless other reasons, if you are looking to relocate to Illinois, you will certainly want to consider all the home options and amenities available in the scenic Village of Wauconda.
If you would like more information regarding buying a home in the Village of Wauconda, please contact us today.
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