River Forest Homes Less Than $600k

Oak Park and River Forest are amazing sister villages that combine to make a unique and highly successful multicultural gem to Chicago’s neighborhoods. These villages have a wonderful variety of home styles, neighborhoods, parks, theaters and over 1000 small businesses, making it one of the best suburbs in Illinois to live and raise a family.

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The downtown business district of Oak Park and River Forest creates a vibe, a community, multicultural and inclusive environment like few others in the United States. Turn of the 19th century charm abounds throughout the streets. It is a warm and friendly village with parks and recreational areas placed strategically throughout the homes so that all the residents enjoy numerous activities ranging from outdoor plays and concerts to soccer and baseball for the children – always just a short walk or bike ride away.

The Villages are “people centered”. The streets have bike paths, there are nature trails in the parks, two public swimming pools, an Olympic style ice-skating/roller-skating rink, a conservatory, a number of breweries, wineries, coffee shops and boutique businesses, and nearly 100 restaurants providing a wide variety of food, entertainment, and meeting places.

Population of the villages is around 62,000 people. There are over 14,000 condominiums and 10,000 homes to choose from with a wide variety of turn-of-the-century architecture, some iconic. Village planning centered around “walk ability” with parks, multiple business districts, and easy access to public transportation to the city (two CTA trains and two Metra trains).