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Family Oriented Midlothian, IL

Named after a city in Scotland, suburban Midlothian parlays ethnic pride into endless plaid-waving festivals. The Scottish Fair is an annual October event, and the Scottish theme continues with plaid city logos on the village vehicles' However, Midlothian not only honors the past-it plans for the future with a blueprint for quality growth and expansion. The housing selection ranges from well-kept older homes to upscale new construction surrounded by meticulous landscaping. In most neighborhoods, the prevailing architectural styles are Chicago-style bungalows, Cape Cods, ranches, and split levels. As one of the village landmarks, the Midlothian Country Club invested $2 million in remodeling to recapture its former glory. The village was incorporated in 1921 and actually took its name from the country club. This family-oriented community offers a new library, an excellent park district, good schools, an abundance of youth groups and sports programs, and the natural beauty of forest preserves. Other advantages include low taxes, fine services, easy access to public transportation, and many opportunities for shopping and entertainment.

Weather in Midlothian

The average high temperatures in Midlothian range from 31 in January to 84 in July

Average home income in Midlothian

The average household income of a Midlothian resident is $68,082 with an average home value of $183,805

Population of Midlothian

Midlothian has 26,293 residents.

Home ownership in Midlothian

The average level of home ownership in Midlothian is 79%.

Education breakdown of Midlothian

Education levels of residents of Midlothian include: highschool 38%, associate 8%, bachelor 11%, graduate 5%.

Households in Midlothian

Midlothian has 10,193 homes, built on average 47 years ago.