The Village of Elburn is still a rather small community with a focus on agriculture. Many of the original homes in this community were located around the downtown area along Rt 47 between Keslinger Road and Rt 38 and are not located in specific subdivisions. You can find many century-old farm houses and historic properties around Downtown Elburn. Between 1960 and 2000, there were several subdivisions built in the same area both north and south of downtown.
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In the early 2000s Elburn was poised to be the next big residential community in the western suburbs of Chicago. Several new subdivisions broke ground in the village and are located farther away from downtown. Much of Elburn is still farm fields so many of the new subdivisions in Elburn are somewhat divided from other communities by open fields. One of the big things you’ll notice about Elburn subdivisions is that most of them include detached homes or a mix of detached and townhomes or condos. There are very few communities that are strictly attached-style homes. While new construction has nearly stopped in Elburn, the community is still an ideal place for expansion.
If you’d like to learn more about Elburn subdivisions, select from the above list to learn about each individual community. Also, I would like to welcome your help with this project. If you have first-hand knowledge of any of the subdivisions in Elburn and would like to contribute your information, I would be glad to include any helpful information on the appropriate subdivision page. Please contact me directly with any information you may have – I’d love to work together to build this Elburn real estate resource.