Encompassing an area between Ogden Avenue, Kingery Highway, Richmond Avenue, and 55th Street, Clarendon Hills is a commuter village that sits along the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad. Before the railroad came along, the small village was used as a milk stop by the local farmers. Nevertheless, the president of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad loved the scenic terrain in the Clarendon Hills area. Walker decided that the location would make for a lovely commuter village, so he platted an area in DuPage County in 1873 and hired Frederick Law Olmsted to design the principles of the landscape. The village was named after a Boston suburb and incorporated in 1924.
The main thing that attracts potential home buyers to the Clarendon Hills area is its close proximity to Chicago, Aurora, Arlington Heights, and Des Plaines, as well as the vast array of restaurants, nightclubs, golf courses, shopping centers, museums, and other cultural attractions available within the Chicago metropolitan area. Another alluring aspect about owning a home in Clarendon Hills is the vast array of natural spaces, such as Morton Arboretum, covering 1,700 acres and featuring 200,000 cataloged plants, 4,100 different plant species, along with hiking trails and roads for vehicles. Then there is Waterfall Glen Forest Preserve located in southern DuPage. Its most striking feature is the waterfall as well as the 740 native plant species, most of which grow specifically in DuPage County and nowhere else. Furthermore, there is a number of shopping centers near to Clarendon Hills. There is Burr Ridge Village Center located at 701 Burr Ridge Parkway in Willowbrook featuring a wide range of brand-name shops and dining locations. Then there is Yorktown Center located at 203 Yorktown Shopping Center in Lombard with stores that include Carson's, JCPenney, and a flagship Von Maur.
Homes for sale in the Clarendon Hills area reflect the large assortment of residential architecture commonly seen throughout Illinois. This sort of architecture includes Traditional-style, Tudor-style, Bungalow-style, Colonial-style, Craftsman-style, European-style, and various other styles of home plans. These homes can range in size from three bedrooms, one bath, and 1,400 square feet to six bedrooms, seven baths, and 5,200 square feet. Additionally, Clarendon Hills has a great selection of condominiums and apartments for sale that ranges in size from two bedrooms, two baths, 1,100 square feet to four bedrooms, four baths, and 1,800 square feet. Real estate in Clarendon Hills also has a number of lots for sale ranging in size from a half acre to one acre. If you’re interested in learning more about available properties in Clarendon Hills, Illinois, please contact us today for further information.
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