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Homes for Sale in Frankfort, IL
Like many surrounding communities in the Chicago area, the Frankfort real estate market offers the chance to live in luxury at a price you can afford.
Most of the homes for sale in Frankfort are brick and stone-built cottages, with many bungalows and modern styles for sale as well. Two-story homes with foyer entrances are typical for the area, as are hardwood floors, trey ceilings, and a custom-built staircase.
There are two, three, four, and even five-bedroom layouts available in Frankfort, ideal for any family size. Also ideal is the ample square footage, with many properties here reaching well higher than 4000 square feet.
From Affordable To Luxury Listings
Because this area has experienced rapid growth recently, many of the residential properties in the neighborhood are quite new with modern and/or updated finishings. Hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, gourmet kitchen, finished master bathroom, and expansive yards are common in most homes in Frankfort.
Not only are there incredible single-family homes for sale in Frankfort but luxury country estates as well as vacant land for sale. The impressive country lots offer the chance to live in enormous homes on several acres of land, many of which are located with direct water access on the pristine lakes here.
The vacant land available in Frankfort is the chance to build your dream home on land that perfectly suits your lifestyle. Whether you want to live in the prairie, waterfront, or on one of Frankfort's exquisite golf courses, the opportunity is made available here.
Frankfort, IL, has much to offer for people of all ages. Use the search features below to browse the homes for sale in this amazing village. If you have any questions or want to learn more about the real estate for sale in the area, call 708-514-5723.
Explore the Frankfort Community
Frankfort, one of the furthest south communities within the Chicago area, is still only about 36 miles away from the downtown core of the windy city.
In 2010, the number of residents had nearly doubled in just ten years to reach a population of just under 20,000 people. This was because of the fantastic real estate market, safe streets, quality schools, and the allure of Chicago being nearby. Today, that growth and excitement continues, with the community of Frankfort being well known for its incredible lifestyle.
Life in Frankfort means having everything you need while appreciating the small-town life. The residential streets are safe and quiet, with many residents even choosing to explore and commute on their bikes. The Trails of the Southland is a series of biking trails designed to connect people to other communities within the area as easily as possible.
The Old Plank Bike Trail is a great example of that, a 21-mile recreation and nature trail. It’s also a chance to explore the surrounding area, a lush landscape that has everything from drylands, wetlands, oak wood forests, and open prairie. It’s another example of small-town living, ideal for retirees and families looking to settle down.
The residents of Frankfort celebrate new ideas, and much of what makes Frankfort special is the appreciation of their rich history.
History of Frankfort
The first permanent non-Native settlement established Frankfort in 1831. The area was mainly inhabited by those of English and Scottish descent. Before them, the area was home to Potawatomi and Sac and Fox tribes.
The area was indeed named after the German city of Frankfort, after one of the early settler’s favorite cities. Shortly after being first established, a railroad was built and running by 1879. A residential grid, schools, and a business district plan were put in motion.
Today, many of the old roads and railroads can be seen today, and the same goes for the interesting historical buildings that still stand. The Historic District is a popular destination by many, and a fun way to spend the day for the residents here.
Besides the blast from the past on a self or guided tour, there are also eclectic boutiques, eclectic shops, and amazing dining options in this significant part of the city.
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