What happens when you take the charm and comfort of a community with historic ties and add the benefits of modern amenities? You get the Village of Frankfort. Located in Will County, Frankfort is home to approximately 22,523 Illinois residents. With award-winning schools, an economy that is thriving, and incredible real estate opportunities, it’s easy to see why so many people choose to live, work, and play in Frankfort.
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Students in the Frankfort area are served by the Summit Hill School District #161 and the Frankfort School District #157-C.
Elementary schools in the area include Julian Rogus School, Indian Trail School, Arbury Hills School, Grand Prairie Elementary School, and Chelsea Elementary School. Other area schools are Walker Intermediate School, Summit Hill Junior High School, and Hickory Creek Middle School. High school students attend Lincoln-Way East Community High School, which is part of the Lincoln-Way High School District #210.
Historic Downtown Frankfort
You don’t need a time machine to travel back to the past in Frankfort. Simply visit the historic downtown area to enjoy a day full of relaxation and excellent shopping opportunities. You’ll find everything from specialty boutiques to pet shops in this part of town. Soak in the nostalgic feelings of days gone by as you pick up a bag of penny candy and visit the local butcher’s shop.
There are also plenty of services offered throughout the downtown area. Services you’ll find include photography, spa care, pet grooming, nail care, and music lessons. You’ll want to get a taste of the area by visiting the amazing restaurants downtown. Restaurants include White Street Café, Trail’s Edge, Francesca’s Fortunato Restaurant, and Fat Rosie’s Taco & Tequila Bar.
We have good news for those who are environmentally conscious. The pollution index for Frankfort comes in 69% better than the nation’s average. The average high temperature is 73 degrees in July. The average low temperature is 28 degrees in December. Of course, things can heat up with the maximum high of 99 degrees in July. Or, they can cool down with a minimum low of -6 degrees in December.
During the spring, summer, and fall you’ll find residents visiting the Frankfort Country Market. Vendor space is only open to growers in the area, which means you’ll find the freshest produce, baked goods, and plants. Other vendors provide gourmet and prepared foods. This isn’t just a place to come shop for fresh goods. Each week, there are events that include live entertainment and chef demos. Hours vary depending on the season.
The Old Plank Road Trail Bike Path provides residents with a 22-mile nature trail that is perfect for walking, running, and biking. You’ll see wildlife that includes beavers, egrets, and an occasional eagle. Keep in mind that all pets must be leashed, and those people who are riding bikes must yield to walkers.
Frankfort Real Estate
Whether you’re searching for a 4-bedroom luxury estate or a modest 2-bedroom home, you’ll find amazing real estate opportunities in Frankfort. Many homes are well-maintained and feature landscaped lawns, paved driveways, and additional acres. Frankfort has homes with vintage charm and properties that feature modern architectural styles. Wanting to put your unique flair into a home? There are lots and land parcels available, as well.
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