Live in one of the best neighborhoods in Illinois.
Naperville is a city in DuPage and Will counties in Illinois, with the majority of Naperville residents living on the DuPage County side. It has been consistently recognized as an excellent community in which to live, raise children and retire. It also has a place designated as “Safety Town” where safety lessons are given to residents and children.
Naperville was originally founded as a small farming town on the banks of DuPage River. It is composed of six different townships which include Winfield, Milton, Naperville, Lisle, Wheatland, and DuPage.
It has since developed into an affluent community. In 2010, it was recognized as the wealthiest city in the Midwest and the 11th wealthiest city in the entire nation.
This city is home to acclaimed public and parochial schools. Naperville also has the best public library system in the country and boasts of world-class parks and an array of healthcare options. It is the fifth largest city in the state of Illinois behind Chicago, Aurora, Rockford, and Joliet.
Wonderful school districts make this the ideal city for families.
Residents of Naperville have ready access to a variety of public transportation, housing, and employment options. This premier community has all the amenities of a modern city and all the charms of a small town.
Naperville’s humid continental climate has cold winters and warm summers. During spring and fall, residents experience comfortably warm sunny days and a crisp breeze.
Naperville has regular commuter rail and bus services. Passenger rail service is provided by Metra and Amtrak. There are also three other railways which belong to BNSF Railway.
Naperville is home to many interesting sites, including those that are on the National Register of Historic Places like the Naperville Historic District, the Moser Tower, and the Millennium Carillon.
The downtown area also is host to some fantastic restaurants.
The Naperville Public Library is also another landmark and has been voted the number one public library in the entire nation each year since 1999. It is composed of three libraries and has an average annual circulation on five million items.
Naperville Independent Film Festival is an annual event that showcases the works of independent filmmakers. The event attracts thousands of people from all over the state of Illinois.
Market Report for June 2017
Currently, there are 40 homes for sale in Naperville, with prices ranging from $108,900 to $5,000,000. The living spaces vary from 1,000 to 5,267 square feet.
Homes for Sale in Naperville IL:
- 40 Homes — Traditional Sales — Average Listing Price: $529,768
- No Short Sale Properties
- No Bank Owned/REO Properties
Call me, Teresa Ryan at 630-718- 0424. With my many years of experience as a premier real estate broker, I can help you find your Naperville real estate dream property.