Batavia Details

Batavia, Illinois is a popular residential area for consumers who work or attend school in the Greater Chicago Area. This charming city is the earliest founded city in Kane County, and the city itself has expanded since its founding in 1833. Today, Batavia spans two counties: Kane County and DuPage County. Batavia is usually referred to as a part of the Tri-Cities Chicago suburb along with its counter parts, St. Charles, IL and Geneva, IL. In the past decade, the population of Batavia has increased to over 27,000. The size of Batavia makes it a perfect escape from the fast-paced city life without requiring homeowners looking for homes in Batavia to sacrifice important amenities, restaurants, businesses, and shopping centers.

There are over 6,000 family units living in Batavia, and family-style housing accounts for a huge percentage of Batavia real estate. This community is a huge beacon for the emerging middle class, and median incomes in the area range between $35,000 and $55,000 annually, so homes are comfortable yet affordable.

While many residents of Batavia commute to the Greater Chicago Area for employment, large companies such as Fermilab, Suncast, AGCO, and Eagle Concrete employ thousands of workers who reside within the Batavia city limits. This moderately-sized Chicago suburb is a great place for families, young professionals, and students looking to escape the high prices and hectic pace of Chicago.

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