Lincolnshire : Illinois

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What it's Like to Retire in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire is an extremely affulent suburb northwest of Chicago. The population is about 7,000, the median HH income is over $130,000, and the average age about 45. The village of Lincolnshire hosts several festivals in City Park, the Village Green, and in one of its nine public parks. The city is home to several large corporations including Hewitt Associates. Photo of the Village Hall courtesy of Wikipedia and Racaris.

Where to Retire in Lincolnshire and Home Prices

There are active communities in the area. The median price of a home in 2010 was just under $500,000, which makes a statement for what a desirable town this must be.

What is special about Lincolnshire

The many festivals and parks make this a fun place to live.

What is not special about Lincolnshire

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Who will like retirement in Lincolnshire

People who want to live in an affluent town in the Chicago area.

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Climate and Physical Environment

Average January low is about 20.  The Des Plaines River bisects the town.

Restaurants & Cultural Scene

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Medical facilities

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