About Inverness, Illinois.

Located in Cook County, Illinois, Inverness is a small, but dynamic community containing over 7,000 residents. Settled in 1836, Inverness was originally known as Deer Grove. In 1854, the town received a railway system and four years later the railway line was merged in to the Chicago and Northwestern Railway system. However, the town really began to flourish in 1926 when Arthur T. McIntosh purchased a large number of acres and the Cudahy Company Golf Course. Due to McIntosh’s heavy interest in the area, Deer Grove's name was changed to Inverness after the McIntosh home in Scotland.
Today, Inverness homes for sale reflect much of the town's history. Families might purchase Inverness four bedroom homes for sale and three bedroom home for sale located near the famous Four Silos town hall. Meanwhile, builders may look at lots near the town’s public golf course or find a perfect lot in one of Inverness; top subdivisions where they can build their Illinois dream home. Buyers looking for smaller accommodations should look at Inverness condos for sale or at homes in the great McIntosh and Braymore Hills subdivsions.
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