Midlothian Real Estate Market Conditions

  • Median sales price

    $161,000
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  • # Active listings

    78
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Midlothian Schools and Demographics

Education near Midlothian, IL

City County
College Degree - 2 year 11 6
College Degree - 4 year 13 21

Elementary Schools near Midlothian, IL

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Central Park Elementary School PK - 08 700 15 60445
Childs Elementary School KG - 03 170 22 60472
Fieldcrest Elementary School KG - 05 275 12 60452
George Washington Elementary School KG - 05 300 11 60803
Gordon School KG - 03 400 22 60469
Hazelgreen Elementary School PK - 06 300 14 60803
Kerkstra Elementary School 01 - 05 430 19 60452
Kolmar Elementary School KG - 08 600 14 60445
Lane Elementary School PK - 06 243 12 60803
Lee R Foster Elementary School 01 - 05 404 17 60452
Meadow Lane School 03 - 05 235 15 60803
Morton Gingerwood Elementary School 01 - 02 230 17 60452
Nathan Hale Intermediate School 04 - 05 232 16 60445
Nathan Hale Primary School KG - 03 400 16 60445
Posen Elementary School 04 - 05 347 15 60469
Ridge Early Childhood Center PK - KG 248 16 60452
Scarlet Oak Elementary School 03 - 04 300 19 60452
Spaulding School PK - 03 95 13 60445
Springfield Elementary School PK - 06 370 14 60445
Stony Creek Elementary School PK - 06 650 14 60803
Turner Elementary School PK - KG 200 26 60472
Walter F Fierke Ed Center PK - 05 355 13 60452

Middle Schools near Midlothian, IL

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Arbor Park Middle School 05 - 08 650 18 60452
Hamlin Upper Grade Center 06 - 08 280 16 60803
Jack Hille Middle School 06 - 08 500 14 60452
Kellar School 06 - 08 500 16 60472
Nathan Hale Middle School 06 - 08 404 10 60445
Prairie Jr High School 07 - 08 385 15 60803

High Schools near Midlothian, IL

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Bremen High School 09 - 12 1,439 18 60445
Delta Learning Center 09 - 12 75 5 60472
Oak Forest High School 09 - 12 1,290 18 60452
Project Challenge 10 - 12 35 12 60452

Ungraded Schools near Midlothian, IL

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Braun Educational Center 02 - 12 78 6 60452
Care Program KG - 08 50 7 60445
Developmental Learning Program Dlp PK - 08 150 5 60445

Demographics near Midlothian, IL

City County
Population 14,037 5,228,637
Population Density 4,979 5,531
Median Age 36.9 37.2
People per Household 2.8 2.6
Median Household Income 53,838 49,964
Average Income per Capita 24,864 32,527

Midlothian Real Estate

Midlothian is located in Illinois. Midlothian, Illinois has a population of 14,037. Midlothian is morefamily-centric than the surrounding county with 33% of the households containing married families with children. The county average for households married with children is 28%.

The median household income in Midlothian, Illinois is $53,838. The median household income for the surrounding county is $49,964 compared to the national median of $49,877. The median age of people living in Midlothian is 36.9 years.

Midlothian Weather

The average high temperature in July is 84.7 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 16.2 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 38.35 inches per year, with inches of snow per year. No weather information available.

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Until the turn of the century, the area now known as the Village of Midlothian - was little more than a milk stop along the Rock Island Railroad serving a few area farmers.  In 1900, a group of wealthy Chicago industrialists, looking for respite and retreat from the crowded city, discovered the green knolls and rolling fairways of the new Midlothian Country Club and golf course. Deciding they needed faster transportation, they petitioned the Rock Island to build a spur track, and soon passenger trains were speeding people from Chicago to the quiet little village.

The Rock Island also built a depot - complete with a potbelly stove to provide heat - and traffic to Midlothian began increasing.  By 1915, land developers who saw opportunity in Midlothian began arriving, purchased land from farmers and subdivided the farms into tracts of land for housing developments. Soon the first general store opened, then a school, and then more businesses offering goods and services to serve the community's fast-growing population. The Midlothian Fire Department was organized in 1924.

In the Midlothian Meadows Forest Preserve, which stretches from 152nd Street to 159th Street and Pulaski Road, there is a 3.1 mile biking / hiking trail through the woodlands, which connects by a foot path to other trails in the Tinley Creek Division of the Cook County Forest Preserve District. The Midlothian Meadows trail is accessible at 152nd Street on the west side of Pulaski Road and on Pulaski Road at 149th Street, via a spur trail to the main trail.

The Midlothian Park District owns 59 acres of park land located throughout the Village of Midlothian.

Midlothian Public Library located at 14701 Kenton Ave., offers services that include adult programs, computers, laminating, small conference / study room, a reader for the visually impaired and telesensor to name a few.


Please visit http://www.villageofmidlothian.net/ for more information on this community.

 

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