Naperville Real Estate
Welcome to Naperville! Naperville was voted the 2nd best place to live in the United States by Money Magazine in 2006. In 2013 Kiplinger rated Naperville the 1st best city for early retirement.
Joseph Naper and his family arrived on the west bank of the DuPage River in 1831—which would be known as Naper’s Settlement. Naper’s settlement was incorporated as the village of Naperville in 1857. It was then reincorporated as a city in 1890.
Arts/ Entertainment: Things To Do
The city of Naperville hosts different special events/ festivals throughout the year—like the Naperville Winter Ale Fest in February or the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in March.
Naperville Public Library (ranked #1 in the U.S. each year from 1999-2010)
Naperville Independent Film Festival
DuPage Children’s Museum
The Naperville Park District manages/ provides over 2,400 acres—including 130 parks and 4 sports complexes.
Naperville Farmer’s Market Association
Famers Market at St. John’s
Springbrook Golf Course
Naperbrook Golf Course
Naperville has 3 different tracks that belong to the BNSF Railway. Passengers can catch the Metra (Aurora to Chicago Union Station and Amtrak (travels to different parts of the country).
Naperville gives access to many different major roads/highways that lead to Chicago and other areas. I-88 runs near the north edge of Naperville, while i-55 runs south of the city.
Naperville’s Educational Opportunities
Naperville Community Unit School District 203
Indian Prairie School District 204
Community Unit School District 200
Plainfield Community Consolidated School District 202
North Central College
Northern Illinois University
College of DuPage
Governors State University
Naperville Area Healthcare
Good Samaritan Hospital
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