Firefighters quickly extinguish a house fire in the 5500 block of Chancery Way in Lake in the Hills Friday evening. | Photo: Alex Vucha / Lake and McHenry County Scanner

Residents of a Lake in the Hills house were displaced from their home after a fire that caused $100,000 in damage Friday evening, fire officials said.

The Huntley Fire Protection District responded around 5:56 p.m. Friday to the 5500 block of Chancery Way in Lake in the Hills for a report of a structure fire.

Huntley Fire Protection District Battalion Chief David Eeg said firefighters arrived to find a two-story home with smoke showing from the front.

Crews completed an initial fire attack utilizing a hose line from their engine and secured water from a nearby fire hydrant.

All occupants were able to self-evacuate prior to the fire department’s arrival.

Firefighters quickly extinguish a house fire in the 5500 block of Chancery Way in Lake in the Hills Friday evening. | Photo: Alex Vucha / Lake and McHenry County Scanner

Eeg said that a search was completed to verify that the home was clear of all occupants.

The main body of the fire was in a second-floor bedroom at the front of the house.

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The fire did not extend beyond the bedroom and was brought under control quickly, Eeg said.

Firefighters performed an overhaul to verify that the fire did not spread beyond the drywall of the bedroom.

Firefighters quickly extinguish a house fire in the 5500 block of Chancery Way in Lake in the Hills Friday evening. | Photo: Alex Vucha / Lake and McHenry County Scanner

Heavy smoke damage was found throughout the second floor of the house. No injuries were reported at the time of the fire.

The home was equipped with working smoke detectors that alerted the occupants, Eeg said.

Firefighters from Algonquin, Crystal Lake, Fox River Grove, Hampshire, Woodstock and Marengo either responded to the scene to assist or covered calls in Huntley.

The cause of the fire is under investigation and the initial loss estimate to the structure and contents is $100,000.

The home was deemed uninhabitable due to the smoke and fire damage.