Highland Estates is a desirable neighborhood located just southwest of Rt 12 and Spring Grove Road in Spring Grove, IL. The nice thing about this particular location within Spring Grove is that Jewel-Osco, McDonalds, Wild Crab Boil, Midwest Breakfast and many other commercial amenities are located within a 2-minute drive away. Most homes in Highland Estates are ranch floor plans and were built in 2007 and 2008, however, there are still buildable lots available. Homes here are typically between 3,900 and 5,600 square feet with 3-6 bedrooms, 2.5 to 3.5 bathrooms, and full basements. Lot sizes range from 1 to 2 acres and the vast majority of homes in Highland Estates have 3-car and 4-car garages. Highland Estates is served by Spring Grove Elementary School, Nippersink Middle School, and Richmond-Burton Community High School. Highland Estates FAQ
Available Real Estate For Sale in Highland Estates
1. What types of homes are available in Highland Estates?
Highland Estates is made up mostly ranch-style homes with a couple of 2-story floor plans as well.
2. What is the Location Like for Highland Estates?
Highland Estates is located south of Route 12 and west of Spring Grove Road in Spring Grove, Illinois. There are restaurants, grocery stores and several other commercial properties located within a 2-minute drive away along the Rt 12 corridor. Spring Grove as a whole is a great location for anyone who loves fishing, hiking, or biking around the many parks, lakes, and nature preserves of northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. Richardson Adventure Farm is only ten minutes away and offers year-round festivals and activities. Highland Estates is also close to the town of Wilmot, WI--home of the Wilmot Mountain Ski Resort, as well as local restaurant favorite: The Wilmot Stage Stop. The Chain O' Lakes State Park is only about 10 minutes away, and Lake Geneva, WI is only about 25 minutes away. There are also some great golf courses nearby on both sides of the border, including the Grand Geneva golf courses and Hawk's View in Wisconsin, and Chapel Hill, Oak Grove, and Prairie Isle in Illinois.
3. Are there any homeowner association (HOA) fees in Highland Estates?
Yes, there is an HOA fee in Highland Estates. For current information on dues and fees, please call a Northwest Suburban Real Estate agent.
4. What Schools Serve Highland Estates?
•Elementary: Spring Grove (2)
•Junior High: Nippersink (2)
•High School: Richmond-Burton (157)
5. What Do We Like About Highland Estates?
We like the fact the median lot size here is about an acre and that most of the homes have 3-car garages or larger. We can tell you from personal experience that when you drive through the neighborhood it has a pleasant rural vibe to it.