Glen Ellyn

Glen Ellyn is a beautiful, medium-sized, Chicago western suburb with ~27,500 residents. Glen Ellyn's real estate consistently ranks within the most expensive in not only Illinois, but in America. It is continuously rated in the top best places to live & raise a family on Niche.com. Glen Ellyn's lifestyle offers an urban-suburban mix where most residents own their homes. Its public schools are very highly rated. Glen Eylln has a small(er) town feel as well, where a lot of people know everyone in town.There's a popular downtown area with boutiques (Blonde Boutique, Jayne Glen Ellyn, M & Em's Children's Boutique, Alla Moda Boutique, etc.), Salons (Ellyn Beauty Salon, Perfect 10 Nails, Su Ki's Salon, Fusion - A Contemporary Hair Salon, 485 N Jazz Salon), popular Restaurants (A Toda Madre, Maize + Mash, Fire & Wine, Nobel House, Barone's Pizza, Main Street Pub, Tuto Bene, Santa Fe Restaurant, Blackberry Market, Sushi Ukai, Apolis Greek Street Food, Reserve 22, Los Burritos Tapatios, Two Hound Red Brewing, Marinella Italian Restaurant, etc.). Events are hosted throughout the year as well and there's great community engagement. Check out Downtown Glen Ellyn for a full list of all they have to offer. The Park District (https://gepark.org/) offers so much to all residents… camps, sports, fitness, pools, education, dance, gymnastics, fishing, boating, ice rinks, swim, etc. Glen Ellyn is also home to the private Glen Oak Country Club and public course Village Links of Glen Ellyn. Glen Ellyn's Metra stop is on the Union Pacific/West Line, and commuters will also enjoy easy access to I-355, I-290, I-294, and I-88. Oak Brook & Yorktown Malls are nearby for any conveniences that Glen Ellyn's local downtown shops do not offer..  

 

                

 

About the Neighborhood

There are community events
Neighbors are friendly
There's holiday spirit
Great schools
Great for retirees
It's walkable to grocery stores
It's walkable to restaurant
Easy commutes
Good transit
Parking is easy
There are sidewalks
Yards are well-kept
Streets are well-lit
Parks and playgrounds
It's dog friendly
Kids play outside
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