My niche is the country suburban homes in the outlying Barrington Villages, those that are on 1 acre to 100. I love selling these homes because they are my perfect home and I live in one. Country suburban homes in Barrington on acreage and offer many opportunities from horse properties to having your own ski-doos and 4 wheelers or just enjoying a large yard for the kids to play, fly kites or have a swimming pool. If you want the peace and quiet afforded by the countryside, you can find it here but not have to travel too far for shopping, schools, transport etc. There’s plenty of green space and conservation areas too.
Here’s a list of 20 posts I will be writing about living in country suburban Barrington. I hope you enjoy them.
Barrington Country Suburban Homes
- Definition of a country suburban home.
- Lot sizes for country suburban homes.
- How to keep your dogs safe when no fences are permitted.
- Where do we get our water from & why we don’t use the public waste systems.
- Should you get 1 acre or 10?
- How to take care of your acreage.
- Horse properties are part of Barrington’s countryside.
- The difference between village homes and country homes in Barrington.
- Our country homes are NOT out in the farmlands.
- Luxury country homes.
- All about our wildlife – Chickens, Emu’s, Sheep, Coyote’s, Deer, Fox, Owls, Sand Hill Cranes, Kestrels, Hawks and Mice.
- Shooting is not an option (Critter invasion).
- Teaching the kids to drive in the country and why speeding is the worst choice.
- Where are all the streetlights and what are Dark Skies.
- Which Country Village of Barrington is right for you?
- Leisure in the country villages.
- Why you cannot fell any trees in Barrington.
- Relocating to the country from an urban location.
- Let’s go for a walk and bring the dog!
- Country Barrington is not Borrington (A phrase I heard at the dentist!)
At first I thought 20 posts would be hard to come up with right off the bat but the more I started typing the more ideas came into my head. As I think of more I’ll add them and if there’s anything you would like to know, please just ask.