Friday, April 5, 2013
Every week, Patch profiles a luxury home currently for sale in the Tri-Cities.
Cost: $1,399,000 Bedrooms: 5 Baths: 6—Five full, one half Square footage: 6,280 Built: 2006 Details: Located on a private acre and cul-de-sac lot in Tanglewood Hills, the custom home at 1052 Schonback Court in Batavia has much to offer prospective owners—both inside and out. Outdoor extras include an inground pool with slide and waterfall, spa, fireplace, kitchen, terraced hardscape patios, and irrigation and mosquito misting systems. Interior amenities aren't too shabby either, including Brazilian cherrywood floors, stone tile and trimwork and other high-end finishes throughout the home's four complete floors. The home has a total of four fireplaces and a four-plus car garage, as well as a finished lower level with private access, a …
Monday, November 19, 2012
While the price of homes sold in Batavia and St. Charles went up for the month of October, Geneva's median sale price dropped almost 24 percent from a year ago.
- REAL ESTATE
Monday, November 19, 2012
Home prices for Geneva took a dive year over year for the month of October, a sobering statistic especially when you consider the median prices went up in Batavia and St. Charles during the same time period. Overall, the market for detached, single-family homes in the Tri-Cities area saw growth in October, according to the Mainstreet Organization of Realtors (MORe). MORe gets its statistics from Midwest Real Estate Data. St. Charles experienced the most dramatic percent change in the number of homes sold, with an uptick of 38.5 percent in October 2012 over October 2011. The number of actual homes sold this October was 54, compared to the 39 sold during the same period last year. Across the Chicago suburbs, sales of single-family detached …
Sunday, July 22, 2012
New developers plan to begin sales of 33 new townhomes next month.
After more than a year of inactivity, the Remington Glen development in St. Charles will move forward under new ownership. The activity signals what appears to be a bit of a warming in the Tri-Cities home-building market, including the multi-family category. Sho-Deen Inc. recently opened new neighborhoods in Mill Creek and is adding apartments, as well. The Remington Glen property, located near Peck Road and Route 64, fell into foreclosure in 2010. A few weeks ago Chicago-based Meritus Homes acquired the property and will begin selling townhomes next month. The new developer plans to build 33 townhomes priced from the upper $100,000s. Approximately two-thirds of Remington Glen’s original 100 home sites had been sold before Meritus Homes …