About La Grange, Illinois.

Settled in the 1830s, La Grange, Illinois lies thirteen miles from downtown Chicago and contains over one hundred years of history. As a part of Cook County, La Grange was established by residents looking to move away from the city and the area developed when the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroad established a line of trade that brought even more residents into the town. The town's name stems from one of La Grange's original settlers, Franklin Dwight Cossitt, whose Tennessee roots caused him to name the town after La Grange, Tennessee. Although it's not the South, modern La Grange homes for sale place buyers in a community rich with history and a neighborhood with a distinct small town charm right in the heart of the city.
Busy families will want to look at La Grange three bedroom and four bedroom homes for sale. Meanwhile commuters looking for something smaller will appreciate the great deals on La Grange condos for sale. Transportation is not a problem in La Grange as the area contains two major highways, the BNSF Railway, and Pace buses, all of which are readily available to La Grange residents. La Grange's desirable location has drawn over 15,000 residents into the area, and all of them call La Grange home.
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