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Welcome to Westmont, IL

The village of Westmont is located only 23 miles west of downtown Chicago, IL, and is situated between the neighboring villages of Downers Grove and Clarendon Hills. The area of Westmont played a crucial role in Chicago’s recovery from the Great Fire of 1871; although it was largely undeveloped at the time, it was the location of the William Gregg Brick Company that supplied a majority of the brick used in rebuilding the city. By 1890, bricks were no longer needed in such quantities, but the location remained a stop (referred to as “Gregg’s”) along the CB&Q Railroad. It wasn’t until after the end of WWI that a land speculator named Arthur T. McIntosh showed interest in the area, and began buying up land with hopes of creating a new town. McIntosh divided his land into lots and sold them for $5 down and the rest in monthly payments. By 1921, there were enough new residents to band together and incorporate as the Village of Westmont, the name so chosen because the location had the highest elevation west of Chicago along the CB&Q. Today residents of Westmont celebrate their history by preserving the house that was built by William L. Gregg in 1871; it currently serves as the home of the Westmont Historical Society.

Despite its close proximity to fast-paced Chicago, Westmont is worlds away from the traffic and noise. The village’s over 25,000 residents enjoy being part of a caring community in a small town atmosphere. Westmont has a Special Events Corporation that plans year-round events for the public to enjoy, including a “Cruisin’ Nights” Car Show every Thursday night during the summer, the “Taste of Westmont” food festival, a 4th of July Celebration, Oktoberfest, as well as various Halloween and Christmas events. Westmont has a vibrant arts community that supports public artworks and music performances. The blues legend Muddy Water lived in Westmont for the last ten years of his life (from 1973-83), and every year the village takes part in a Muddy Water Blues Tribute following the “Taste of Westmont.” Also, the Westmont Special Events Corporation hosts the Concerts in the Park series that takes place at Ty Warner Park, featuring a wide range of music from rock ‘n’ roll to big band. The Westmont SEC also teams up with the Westmont Area Friends of the Arts to coordinate Artists in Action events that let the public interact with local artists while they create. In addition to festivals, art, and music, the Village of Westmont Park District maintains more than 20 parks and playgrounds throughout the village, as well as recreation and sports facilities for children and adults.

Westmont Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 12 homes for sale in Westmont, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
100% Single Family.

100% Single Family

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 12
Average Home Size 1,623 ft² / 151 m²
Price Range ($105,000 - $639,900)

Weather in Westmont

The average high temperatures in Westmont range from 30 in January to 85 in July

Average home income in Westmont

The average household income of a Westmont resident is $86,725 with an average home value of $344,084

Population of Westmont

Westmont has 24,006 residents.

Home ownership in Westmont

The average level of home ownership in Westmont is 56%.

Education breakdown of Westmont

Education levels of residents of Westmont include: highschool 21%, associate 8%, bachelor 29%, graduate 17%.

Households in Westmont

Westmont has 10,126 homes, built on average 42 years ago.

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You are Viewing 1 to 12 of 12 homes for sale in Westmont. These homes are comprised of Single Family. The average list price of these property results is 295,483. Prices are shown as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Westmont please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 12 homes for sale in Westmont, IL are represented by 1 member brokerages serving the Westmont area. Member brokerages representing the 12 homes include Baird & Warner.