Drew Curran

Drew Curran

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Burr Ridge

Residents and near neighbors love Burr Ridge for it’s convenient shopping, restaurants, parks and state of the art work-out facilities.  Burr Ridge can best be described as stately. Home lots are generally one-half acre and are set back nicely.  The rolling hills make for a very nice setting and a great place to call home.  Population is approximately 11,000.

Settled in 1956, Burr Ridge has grown steadily over the years. Burr Ridge has added a relatively newer 306-acre mixed-use development, which includes a business park, residential area and the Fieldstone Club, a 60-unit cluster home development. Burr Ridge still sports the wetlands, ponds and burr oak trees of its youth. What were once just large tracts of open farmland is now a thriving village of residential, commercial and industrial areas. This well-balanced mix of business and residential communities has allowed Burr Ridge to maintain one of the lowest tax rates in DuPage County.

Distance to Downtown Chicago – 18 Miles

Average Drive Times

  • 20 Minutes to Chicago Loop
  • 31 Minutes to O’Hare Airport
  • 18 Minutes to Midway Airport


Elementary School Districts include district 62, 107, 180 and 181 and High School Districts 86, (Hinsdale South and Hinsdale Central) and 204 (Lyons Township) serve the village.

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Burr Ride Links Of Interest

The Stevenson Expressway (I-55) and the Tri-State Toll way (I-294) intersect in the village. Commuters catch the train in Hinsdale, and reach the Loop in 30 minutes. Bus routes to the Hinsdale station operate during rush hours.