Cobbler's Crossing is a hidden gem in Elgin. But it is a totally different community. Yes, the townhomes in Cobbler's Crossing offer private entrances, the natural setting available in some of those units is a nature lover's dream. Some units back to a huge pond. They allow fishing in the pond. Some residents and would-be buyers find that attractive, others find it offensive. Other units back to wooded and grassland preserves. It is a community built in the early '90s. Some units have been totally updated. Some have been allowed to decline. Overall, the association does a great job of maintenance at a very reasonable assessment. So, at least on the exterior, it is a neat and tidy community. There is no sense of history. Construction is typical modern frame, aluminum siding with a token amount of brick veneer thrown in. A good combination of new construction and historical feel can also be found in Elgin. There are townhomes closer to downtown Elgin that are recent construction but incorporating many of the classical architectural motifs of the old buildings in Chicago. Call me for further details. It is a matter of taste and preference. I always strive to determine my client's taste and work for their 100% satisfaction. I specialize in Elgin. Whatever your tastes and preferences are, I will find the right property for you. Elgin has it all. I won't try to sell you something else.
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