Viola is a quiet town located a half-hour drive directly south of Davenport. At the intersection of 17th Ave and 13th Street, there’s a small downtown area with a smattering of local businesses, including a BBQ restaurant, a coffeehouse, a salon, and a small grocery store. Miles Memorial Park, with a baseball diamond, several playgrounds, and picnic shelters, is a great place to expend some energy. Summers are glorious here, thanks to an abundance of lush greenery and blue skies punctuated by fluffy, white clouds. For living an unhurried life amid the splendor of rural Illinois, Viola is hard to beat.
Day-to-day living in this sleepy town is fairly quiet and uneventful. When the urge to enjoy some shopping, dining, or nightlife strikes, it’s easy to get to Davenport in the north or Galesburg in the south. A short drive to the waterfront town of New Boston gives access to all the wonders of the Mississippi River, where you can enjoy boating, fishing, and other activities.
Most Viola real estate is located near the downtown area on tree-lined streets offering space and privacy. You’ll find a wide array of home types, especially well-maintained historical homes with all the fine details and unique character they’re renowned for.
Reference the Viola Neighborhood Guide below for up-to-date real estate market trends, nearby school profiles, community demographic information, and more.
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