If you are searching for new construction homes in Hawthorn Woods IL, we’ve got them all here in our gallery below.
This expanding village in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, shares the zip code of 60047 with Lake Zurich, Long Grove and Kildeer. All of these villages still have some new construction options. The type of real estate is country suburban; mostly single family homes, there’s a golf course community and limited townhomes in The Country Club. The majority are 1 acre lot sizes and well and septic systems are common.
Gallery New Construction Homes in Hawthorn Woods IL
Hawthorn Woods has a reasonable selection of new homes both built and to build for buyers to choose from. The village still has some undeveloped land, even vacant lots for custom construction. There are luxury homes here but the majority of real estate is more median in size for medium to large families. Whether you want a built to order or custom home you can choose your finishes. Select siding, brick and stone for exteriors, and any combination of cabinetry, lighting, decorative fittings inside. Make your home exactly how you dream it to be.
Start a custom new home by browsing the vacant lots or let us connect you with builders in the area. We can also help you secure financing if need with lenders that have great programs for building. Then just wait f0r the weather to be ready to start your project. Meanwhile you can start on project details in winter and permits at the beginning of the year. Watch a home be built from spring through late fall. We can help with your timing and any existing home sale.
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At the time of writing there are a few builders with new houses under construction. The village has some very nice ranch homes in Illinois.
Pulte Homes Illinois
Almost sold out at time of writing there is only 1 ranch home left at Hawthorn Hills. (Oct 2018). Located off Midlothian Rd just south of Gilmer Rd, there are still choices for single family homes.
William Ryan Homes Illinois
Stonebridge neighborhood. Located just south of Old McHenry Rd, close to Lake Zurich, consider these new construction homes in Chicagoland.
Taylor Morrison Illinois
Closing out their neighborhood of Countryside Meadows – Oct 2018
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When choosing a lot, if you are interested in finding out which schools children are going to attend, please always call the district offices to confirm the boundaries. Hawthorn Woods spans several school boundaries. New subdivisions have the information but always check before you plan a build if it is important to you.
Builders I have worked with that are building here today are Icon Builders and Dartmoor Homes. They have a large presence in Chicagoland for custom homes. I am happy to put you in touch with either or both. I also have other builders you can talk to about your building plan.
Things you should consider when buying vacant land. There is no guarantee when buying a lot from anyone, and that includes builders, that you can build what you want. First there’s the soil. It may not support standard construction. Are you ready for additional costs with sub standard foundations? Most buyers would prefer to know and be able to walk away. A budget can be exceeded otherwise. The best advice is to have soil tests done. Have a chat with the village building department as well. They won’t give you a permit but you can at least get an idea if your plan is on the right track.
When Should You Start To Build?
If you are buying direct and choose from an on site builder it will be easier to know when. You need to factor in how many homes are left to choose from or how many available lots. If a builder owns the neighborhood and rights to build you can be sure other buyers are looking. You should find out about financing soon and make your decision based on all of these aspects. If you will have a house to sell it can be tricky aligning it all.
For a custom build you may need to buy the lot outright before you engage the services of a builder. The last thing you want is to lose a lot because you think no one else is buying, or that no-one will buy “your” lot during winter. Lot purchases for the most part will be cash. There are a few lenders that will lend for a year term. If you wrap up a lot purchase with a build there are more lenders willing to jump in. The loan is a combination loan, it releases the lot purchase when you close and the remaining funds are released in stages throughout the project. Most interim installments as they are known as released only after permit inspections are completed and passed. This protects you and the lender at the same time.
Building custom may make it harder to time an existing sale. Inevitably your build is going to take longer than anticipated. They always do! You’ll need to consider the current state of market, a potential sale time for an existing home, the average time on market for your neighborhood or village. Get an honest opinion on location, presentation, curb appeal and condition and price accordingly.
Gallery of Popular Interior Finishes and Designs for Today’s Buyer.
The photos in this gallery have been provided by one of the builders I work with to show the styles of todays new builds. He used a variety of marble, tiles and pale palettes in this house which offsets the darker hardwood floors beautifully. The kitchen is two tone and the house is open plan. These photos come from of his most popular models in 2018 and are used with his permission.
Todays new home buyer is looking for a good sized family home but the days of the bigger the better are long gone here in Barrington and the North West suburbs of Chicago. Four bedrooms are the minimum, on-law suites or main level bedrooms with full bathroom are high on the list. Puja’s or temple rooms are often requested. Landry mudroom combinations are out. Laundry rooms are preferred upstairs in a two story house. The entrance from the garage is now considered a drop zone or locker room and highly desired.
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Experienced REALTOR® Corinne Guest
Before choosing your lot to build, engage the services of your new construction specialist. Corinne Guest specializes in new construction and vacant land purchases and sales. As your buyers agent she’ll make sure of the following:
- Do not over pay for any vacant lot. Sellers still have inflated price ideas; land just has not recovered as well is existing houses.
- Make sure you buy the best vacant lot for your building project, both now and for re-sale.
- Understand all about well and septic systems for your lot as applicable.
- Present good purchase offers in a timely manner, and follow up your contract as it progresses.
- Help you through the process of buying your lot and choosing your builder if you need guidance.
- Suggesting lenders who are ready to lend for a lot a house or both!
- We’ll even talk re-sale, because one day you will.
- Guide you through the purchase of a new home including the contract, financing from start to finish, even help with making choices as long as it pertains to future sales and not personal preferences.
To see more real estate and learn more about this country suburban village visit the community page. You can also find out about neighbors Lake Zurich, Long Grove and Kildeer or explore the Barrington villages and Inverness. And don’t forget Palatine, especially if you prefer a smaller yard.
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