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Geneva Details

With numerous Chicago suburbs and communities to choose from, the quaint and picturesque Geneva, Illinois is often neglected by consumers searching for the ideal residential location. Geneva is the county seat of Kane County, one of the oldest and most important counties in the state of Illinois. Geneva is one of the cities in the Tri-City Area, and it shares this title with St. Charles and Batavia. Located to the west of downtown Chicago, Geneva is experiencing a population boon because of increased urban sprawl. The current population of this quiet community is around 24,000 residents, but this number is projected to grow drastically in the next decade.

One of the biggest appealing factors of Geneva, Illinois is its beautiful scenery. Numerous bike trails and walking paths crisscross the entire city, and tourists are drawn to Geneva because of its views of the Fox River, quaint downtown area, charming shops, and highly recommended restaurants. Access to the Fox River Trail and Illinois Prairie Path are located in Geneva, so individuals looking for Homes in Geneva will be able to enjoy the beautiful scenery without having to travel.

Geneva real estate is moderately priced, especially when compared to exorbitant Chicago real estate. Residents of Geneva are proud of this charming and undeniably beautiful Chicago suburb.

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