Drew Curran

Drew Curran

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Hinsdale is renowned for its custom homes, mature trees, amazing public schools and easy commute into Chicago.  Driving around town, you’ll be hard pressed to find two homes that look alike on the same block.

People generally refer to Hinsdale neighborhoods in two types – in-town and out-of-town.  Homes located south of Ogden Avenue and north of 55th Street are considered in-town as they offer easy walking to all that the town offers.  The homes located north of Ogden Avenue and south of 55th Street generally have larger lots and more living space than their in-town neighbors.

Founded in 1873 with the arrival of the Burlington Northern Railroad, Hinsdale is one of the Western Suburb’s most prestigious communities. Rolling lawns and quiet streets bordered by oak, maple and elm trees create the setting for the area’s stately executive homes. Downtown Hinsdale is growing up.  It retains its charming old-fashioned boutiques and antique shops, but has recently added several fine dining establishments coffee houses and is looking to secure it’s foothold with today’s modern family.  Population is approximately 17,000

Distance to Downtown Chicago – 24 Miles

Average Drive Times

31 Minutes to Chicago Loop
30 Minutes to O’Hare Airport
26 Minutes to Midway Airport


Hinsdale schools are highly acclaimed for their academic and athletic excellence. Hinsdale Central and Hinsdale South High Schools serve area residents and are both noted for high average ACT scores. Hinsdale Central’s foreign language program has attracted the attention of the U.S. Department of Education as prospective national model program. A middle school and five public elementary schools serve the village in addition to several parochial and private institutions. St. Isaac Jogues Catholic elementary school has been nationally recognized for excellence.

The School District 181 elementary schools within Hinsdale include the The Lane School, Madison School, Monroe School, and Oak School. Elementary schools in District 181 that are not in Hinsdale include Prospect School, Elm School, and Walker School. Hinsdale Middle School, operated by the elementary school district, is in Hinsdale. Clarendon Hills Middle School, which also is in District 181, is in Clarendon Hills. St Isaac Jorgues is a K-8 Catholic Grade School School also in Hinsdale.


In addition to several local plazas and the central business district of charming shops and small businesses, Hinsdale residents are conveniently close to major regional malls. Oak Brook Center, about 3 miles north of town, is home to such prestigious retail giants as Nordstrom, Marshall Field’s, Neiman Marcus and Sears.

The village is home to 18 parks on over 120 acres, including 14 tennis courts, a swimming pool and five playgrounds. Cross-country skiing, swimming, archery and horseback riding are among District-sponsored events. Also in the vicinity are six golf and country clubs, a Community House that coordinates a variety of fine arts programs for all age groups, and the Old Graue Mill Museum with its nostalgic reminders of the Hinsdale’s past. Hinsdale also houses a state-of-the-art libraryThe 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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Hinsdale Links Of Interest

Hinsdale is the ultimate commuters’ town. Resident commuters have a 22-minute ride to the Chicago Loop via RTA Metra trains from the main Hinsdale station. Drivers enjoy proximity to most major arteries via the Tri-State Toll-way (I-294), which runs along Hinsdale’s eastern border.