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Batavia, Illinois Real Estate

The Batavia real estate market is diverse. Home styles include traditional, Cape Cod, colonial, ranch, bungalow, cottage, Victorian, early American, Georgian, contemporary, farmhouse and raised ranch. Homes are available in neighborhoods such as The Knolls, Prairie Trail, Cherry Park, Colonial Village, Woodland Hills, Weaver Landing and Braeburn, Pheasant Ridge, Harvell Farms, Wild Meadows, Johnson Woods, Kirkland Chase, Woodland Hills, Canterbury Woods, Davey Farm, Tanglewood Hills, Weaver Landing, Trout Farm, Grove Hill, Prairie Trail, Windmill Cove, Fox Trail and 14th Colony.

Townhouses and condominiums for sale in Batavia are available from $150,000 to $400,000. Amenities include handicap features, screened porches, balconies, decks, fireplaces and central air conditioning. Batavia properties featuring water frontage can also be found. Single-family detached homes are available from $130,000 to over $1 million. Some homes offer spas and hot tubs, professional landscaping, central air conditioning, fireplaces, skylights, patios, wet and dry bars, gazebos, swimming pools and hardwood floors, and a few feature scenic water views. Land lots are available for custom real estate development.
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Batavia Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Illinois

Living in Batavia is akin to living "in a town like towns used to be." Part of the Batavia-Geneva-St. Charles tri-cities area, the city is nestled by the Fox River in the center of the Fox River Valley less than 40 miles from the delights of Chicago. This idyllic location is just one reason why business, commerce and numerous young families call Batavia home.

Families will find that the Batavia School District - aided by the Foundation for Educational Excellence - more than meets their needs. In addition to six elementary schools, a middle school and a high school, students also have access to the Sugar Grove campus of Waubonsee Community College and numerous nearby centers for higher education.

The Batavia Park District offers more than 1,045 recreational programs and services annually, and oversees more than 300 acres of land encompassing 29 parks. Batavia's rich history can be explored in the Depot Museum, a collaboration between the Batavia Park District and the Batavia Historical Society.

With their proximity to Chicago and other Fox Valley communities, Batavia residents have convenient access to a world of entertainment, sports and culture. From concerts by the Illinois Symphony Orchestra to the numerous golf courses in the valley, there is always something to do.

Batavia real estate offerings are many and varied. Spacious and affordably priced townhouses, condominiums and single-family homes for sale line the streets of the city's quiet neighborhoods.

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