Your Ultimate Guide to Real Estate on Chicago's North Shore


The Village of Deerfield is located about 28 miles from downtown Chicago, just west of Highland Park and north of Northbrook. It is the home to some large companies like Walgreens, Baxter Health Care and Fortune Brands, as well as the Berto Center, training facility for the Chicago Bulls.

The population is around 18,500 and the median family income is $118,683.


Architectural styles include colonials, Cape Cods, ranches, split levels and many other styles. Large custom homes can also be found in virtually every neighborhood. Housing prices range from $150,000 to $2,500,000, with a median price of $407,500 and an average price of $437,854.


Deerfield is served by District 109, which has four elementary schools: Kipling, South Park, Walden and Wilmot. There are two middle schools: Caruso and Shepard. High school students attend District 113’s Deerfield High School.


Acres of parkland, swimming pools, a golf course and tennis courts are just a few of the recreational amenities.


Commuters enjoy excellent transportation links via the Edens Expressway (I-94) and the Tri-State Tollway (I-294), Rail communters use the Milwaukee Road North Line to reach the Chicago Loop.

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