Drew Curran

Drew Curran

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Clarendon Hills 

It’s hard not to love Clarendon Hills tree lined streets.  The parks are amazing, schools are top notch and the people are super friendly.  My family and I absolutely love the community pool –Lions Park Pool, “Dancing in the streets” a summer time tradition that brings live bands and the whole community together on Wednesday nights and the restaurants and shops along downtown.

Clarendon Hills was planned in part by Frederick Olmsted, the designer of New York’s Central Park, Clarendon Hills is a “picture book small-town community.” Not quite two square miles in size, the village projects a distinct charm and style of its own. Residents and local organizations take an active role in maintaining the beauty of their community.  The town population is roughly 8,000.

Distance to Downtown Chicago  24 Miles

Average Drive Times

  • 40 minutes to Chicago Loop
  • 36 minutes to O’Hare Airport
  • 32 minutes to Midway Airport


District 181 houses two elementary schools. A Catholic grade school and a Montessori pre-school provide local alternatives. High school kids generally attend Hinsdale Central High School in District 86, known for excellence in both academics and athletics. Complete day care facilities also serve the area.


Major shopping is available at the nearby Oak Brook Center, an exclusive outdoor mall featuring 160 stores including Nordstrom, Lord & Taylor, Neiman Marcus, Marshall Field’s and Sears. Yorktown Mall, in nearby Lombard features 130 stores, anchored by Carson Pirie Scott. Shopping is enhanced by a number of lovely local boutiques, specialty stores and small businesses.


The Clarendon Hills Park District has eight park sites totaling approximately 45 acres of recreation space.  Existing parks include:  Prospect, Hosek, Blackhawk, Park Avenue, Walker, Steeves, Kruml and the Lions Park Pool. Clarendon Hills Park DistrictThe Morton Arboretum in Lisle, covers 1,700 acres and is made up of gardens of various plant types and collections of trees from specific taxonomical and geographical areas. The Arboretum has programs and activities year round for everyone.

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Express rail service to the Loop is available from the local station via the Burlington Northern railroad. Drivers will find I-88, I-294 and I-55 equally convenient. Local bus service is available in and around the area.