New residents moving to the Southland area are attracted by its diversity in housing. Whatever the type, style, size, or price of the home being sought, Chicago Southland communities offer the best home values to be found in the entire Chicago metropolitan area. The region has it all!
Grandly styled and meticulously restored turn-of-the-century homes can be found
in older communities such as Blue Island, Frankfort, and Homewood. Many of these fine old homes were designed by the most famed architects of their day.
For a contemporary brand of elegance, turn to the lavish executive-style homes in communities such as woodsy Flossmoor and sport-oriented Olympia Fields. Mokena, the fastest-growing community in Chicago Southland and second-fastest growing in the Chicago metropolitan area, has fine new executive homes, as does quiet Palos Park.
Lansing, Matteson, and Orland Hills attract young families with comfortable, affordable homes, as do the "Parks": Park Forest, Richton Park, and University Park. Those who desire a secure, rural atmosphere look to Beecher, Lynwood, or Peotone. The half-acre-plus lots and quiet neighborhoods of Palos Heights also have wide appeal.
New, mid-priced homes are found in many Chicago Southland communities experiencing rapid growth, among them are Chicago Heights, Manhattan, Matteson, Orland Park, and Tinley Park.
Chicago Southland has a home suited to every lifestyle. There are complexes of rental apartments wrapped around recreational amenities; for those who enjoy home ownership without maintenance responsibilities, there are smartly styled condominiums and townhomes. South Holland and other communities offer retirement villages, reserved exclusively for seniors.
Without question, Chicago Southland is the perfect place for comfortable family living.
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