It’s no wonder that Deerfield has appeared on lists of the top cities to raise children. The economy in and around Deerfield is steady, making real estate here an excellent investment. Because Deerfield keeps an eye on the future while protecting its history, you can always find a wide range of homes for sale. From properties built in the Victorian and Colonial styles of the past to the brand new town homes and condominiums, there is a home to suit every taste. Use the dream home finder to see what homes are on the market today in one of our tree lined neighborhoods. You can search by feature or simply browse the areas you’re interested in.
There are four elementary schools, two middle schools, and a Catholic school that make up Deerfield’s School District 109. Most students go on to attend Deerfield High School, though there are a few neighborhoods that are zoned to Highland Park High School. Both of these High Schools are in school District 113. Additionally, there are several private school options available in Deerfield. Take a look at our featured listings to see what homes are available and then you can look into the local schools in those neighborhoods. It’s always a good idea to know all the facts about your future home before you buy.
The Deerfield Historic Village is a must see in Deerfield. Among other buildings, the oldest building in Lake County can be found here. The Casper Ott House was built in 1837. You can also find the George Luther House and the Bartle Sacker Farmhouse here. You can easily see the architecture and building style that inspired many of the older buildings of Deerfield. You can also see a replica school house and carriage house. The Deerfield Historical Society is committed to maintaining Deerfield’s history.
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