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Midlothian Real Estate
The Midlothian real estate market consists of many mid-century single-family homes particularly in garrison-house style layouts with a raised front entry.
Vinyl siding, brick, and simple windows complete the look for these spacious homes on even more spacious properties. Other homes blend in more new-traditional elements like exterior shutters and other window adornments
With the older housing stock, the garage space is smaller, but this can be made for with the wide streets that provide space for on-street or driveway parking. Many of the yards in Midlothian have a lot of space for pools, decks, hot tubs, and sheds.
About Midlothian, IL
Midlothian is part of Bremen Township in Illinois's Cook County just a few miles southwest of downtown Chicago.
Midlothian is an older suburb of Chicago and, as such, has a rough grid pattern to its streets. The main thoroughfares through Midlothian are 147th Street (running east to west) and Cicero Avenue and Pulaski Road (running north to south). These roads also provide the main commercial centers of Midlothian, complete with restaurants, stores, services, and other businesses.
At the intersection of 147th and Cicero, there are large shopping plazas, home to a number of chain eateries and stores. Midlothian also has a good mix of unique local restaurants, cafes, and bars. The large Rivercrest Shopping Center is a few minutes north of Midlothian.
A light rail line runs diagonally through central Midlothian, connecting the area to central Chicago and southwestern communities like New Lenox and Joliet. The Interstate 294 Highway runs just past Midlothian’s northeastern corner and connects with the I-57 a short distance east at one of the area’s major intersections.
From Midlothian, central Chicago is approximately 25 minutes away by car.
Neighboring communities around Midlothian include Oak Forest, Crestwood, Blue Island, Harvey, and Country Club Hills.
Amenities Near Midlothian
The area around Midlothian is known for its many large green spaces and parks.
Some of the wilderness areas near Midlothian include the Burr Oak Woods, Rubio Woods, St. Mihiel Woods, Oak Forest Heritage Preserve, Sundrop Prairie Nature Preserve, and Paintbrush Prairie Nature Preserve.
Just south of Midlothian is an eponymous park, Midlothian Meadows. This expansive park includes greens, forests, and trails with picnic facilities.
Within Midlothian, there are a number of smaller community parks like Memorial Park, Bremen Heights Park, and Kostner Park. Memorial Park has a large sports complex with ball fields and playgrounds, as well as other sports facilities.
For golfing enthusiasts, there is the Midlothian Country Club in the western portion of the community. This club has been in operation since 1898, providing world-class golfing, amenities, event spaces, and membership benefits.
As for community events, perhaps the most well-known in Midlothian is the St. Christopher Fiesta which is held annually.
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