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Kendall County was one of the fastest-growing counties in the United States from 2000-2009, with a growth rate of 110.4%. According to the 2017 Census of Agriculture, there were 313 farms in Kendall County, spanning 137,899 acres, with an average farm size of 441 acres. The population of Kendall County was 131,869 (based on 2020 census). Kendall County was named after Amos Kendall, who was an important advisor to President Andrew Jackson and, in 1835, was the U.S. Postmaster General. Kendall County’s temperatures range from 10°F during January to 84°F during July. Average monthly precipitation ranges from 1.52" during January to 4.39" during July. If you're looking for land for sale in Kendall County, IL, check out Land Pro LLC's current listings below. If there are no current listings in Kendall County, take a look at land for sale in neighboring DeKalb County, Grundy County, Kane County, LaSalle County, and Will County. You can also view all the Illinois land offered for sale by Land Pro LLC.

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