|4o block of 7th Street La Grange... steps from a Starbucks!|
Most houses maintain the distinct original character of the well established Chicago suburb. The majority of the houses look as they have always looked (mind for expansions and interior renovations). Home owners often opt to live with sometimes quirky lay outs in exchange for great location and "city life".
|Home sales in the downtown La Grange area roughly West Ogden Ave to West 47th Street and North Gilbert/Willow Springs to East Ave.|
104 homes have sold in the greater downtown La Grange area over 2016. The median price of a sale is $655,000. The many restaurants, bars, services and transportation options attribute to the relatively high median home price. Several friends and colleagues take the La Grange Metra stops to downtown Chicago in 20 mins.
311 6th Ave , La Grange, Illinois 60525 for $1,250,000 cash. The 1914 built grand renovated home sits on a huge lot. The lowest sale from 2016 was 119 Hayes Ave , La Grange, Illinois 60525 sold cash at $71,359. The bank owned (REO) home looked in need of tear down.
In 2015, 109 homes sold for a median price of $550,000.
2014, 95 homes sold for a median price of about $550,000.
2013, 86 homes sold for a median price of about $510,000.
The increased median sales price in 2016 mimics the housing recovery for many transit orientated ares and the introduction of more new construction homes for sale over the last couple years. The red hot Chicago market over the last couple years has afforded growing families to sell city condos and buy their suburban homes in areas like La Grange downtown area. Many of our clients are taking advantage to buy their "move up" house.
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