East Peoria’s Most Expensive Homes Offer Privacy, Convenience


The five most expensive homes in East Peoria are listed by five different real estate agents. Other than two of the homes located along Illinois Highway 116, overlooking the Illinois River Valley, there does not appear to be a specific concentration area for these homes. One common feature is that all five are adjacent to freeways like Highway 116 and US Highway 24, or major surface streets like Meadows Avenue and Springfield Road.

While a person looking for a multi-million dollar estate may look elsewhere than in central Illinois, it is possible to spend $ 1 million or more on a new home in East Peoria.

$ 1,150,000: 179 Illinois Highway 116

The most expensive home currently on sale in East Peoria combines privacy and convenience. This five bedroom, 5 ½ bath home is located on 15.68 acres of land. According to Marilyn Kohn, broker of RE / MAX Traders Unlimited, the property includes a stocked pond with a dock and fountain, an outdoor shooting range, an outhouse with a full bathroom and a basketball court, as well as a swimming pool. interior. But one of the home’s most important selling points can be its location.

“What’s really unique is that he’s really close (to Peoria),” Kohn said. “Usually to get 15 acres you have to be further away. It’s literally 10 minutes from downtown Peoria.

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$ 950,000: 409 Neumann Drive

This four bedroom, five bathroom home occupies 3.67 acres of land just off Meadows Avenue. Discount real estate broker Leslie Baugh urged potential buyers to “relax, entertain and play in your own private luxury resort paradise”.

Listed outlets include two driveways, nearly half a mile of decorative iron and metal fencing, an eight-vehicle garage, a garden with two stone waterfalls, stone streams and bridges, and a separate guest house. In addition to the rural charm, the property offers easy access to amenities such as schools, parks, shops and restaurants.

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$ 674,900: 2812 N. Main St.

East Peoria’s third most expensive home for sale is about 4.5 miles from the most expensive. Joos Realty Company broker Cara Green has promised future homeowners “privacy, luxury and convenience,” which seems to be a common theme. The five-bedroom, three-bathroom home on 11 acres of land features 6,000 finished square feet, an oversized concrete driveway with a professional-grade basketball hoop, a full home gym, a fire pit. woods and nature trails.

“This house literally has it all,” Green said in a listing to realtor.com.

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$ 599,900: 301 Brookstone Drive

Located near the Illinois Central College disc golf course, this five bedroom, 3 ½ bath home on a 1.3 acre wooded lot offers easy access to Hwy 24, Interstate 74 and Hwy 116, 150 and 29. In the realtor.com ad, Jim Maloof Realtor Morton broker Shelly Rigelwood noted that the house was custom built with attention to detail and includes three levels, decks, a fireplace, air conditioned wine cellar and “Many top-of-the-range equipment”.

“This five bedroom home is exquisite, warm and inviting,” said Rigelwood. “(It’s) great for entertainment. You will immediately notice the quality of the craftsmanship and its meticulous maintenance.

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$ 559,000: 103 Floss Mar Court

The fifth most expensive house in East Peoria differs from the other four in that it is not a single-family home. The 4,621 square foot building on 0.28 acre land is a six unit apartment building consisting of four two bedroom units and two one bedroom apartments. The property is located just off Springfield Road and Caldwell Banker Real Estate – Morton broker Cheryl A. Showalter has assured potential buyers that it offers “quick access to highways and shopping.”


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