Highland Park

Location: 26 miles north of Chicago
Neighborhoods Nearby: Northbrook, Kenilworth, Glenview, Highland Park, Wilmette
Zip Code: 60093

If you’re looking for a home located in a lovely area where the sounds of music abound as do the diverse housing opportunities, say hello to Highland Park. The famous outdoor Ravina Musical Festival has its home here. Parks abound; there are two, white beaches to enjoy and lots of yachts happily moored at the exclusive North Shore Yacht Club. There’s a lively downtown area with many delicious shops, restaurants and hot spots for Saturday night and other venues and opportunities enjoyed by the over 29,000 residents. If you like architectural landmarks, take a drive-by tour of several structures listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Or make history in your own home by chatting with realtor, Michael Kaufman, who knows that Highland Park will have you at “hello.”

Divine Dining
Mike’s favorites include Nortons for bbq chicken and cheeseburgers, Abigails for upscale American dining and Tanoshi for great sushi.

Browsing Highland ParkHousing
With Frank Lloyd Wright setting the pace, how can you go wrong with housing in Highland Park? Yes, there are plenty of lakefront mansions and multi-million dollar estates, but there are many more modest opportunities for those seeking housing at more realistic prices. Ask Michael Kaufman to guide you on an exploration of new luxury-condominium developments with beaucoup amenities, including walking distance to downtown. Affordability is not only in residence here, it’s a must thanks to the community forefathers’, who created the first land trust in Illinois committed to developing and preserving, quality housing with affordability built in.

 

Property Type: Price Range:
One bedroom condo $81,000 to $335,000
Two bedroom condo $134,000 to $1,470,500
Three bedroom condo or TH $432,500 to $3,800,000
Detached single family homes $158,000 to $3,650,000

 

 

Highland Park Neighborhood Listings