Many types of real estate are available for sale in Oak Brook. Homes listed for sale include many types, styles and designs, from high end luxury homes to affordable townhomes located in charming subdivisions.
Many Oak Brook residents have only minutes-long commutes to its larger employers, which include McDonald's Corp., Federal Signal Corp., Advocate Health Care, Ace Hardware, Blistex Inc. and Inland Real Estate Corp. Others head to the Loop, which takes a half hour by car or by train fromElmhurstorHinsdale. Or, they head north, west or south on the highways that crisscross Oak Brook.
Known for its outstanding mix of upscale retailers and its beautiful outdoor ambiance, Oakbrook Center is a premiere shopping destination in the Midwest. Oak Brook has 592 acres of park and forest preserve land for nature lovers. And, residents enjoy a tax break that's hard to find. They pay no municipal taxes, which reduces real estate tax bills.
Oak Brook is split between eight school districts. The neighborhoods that feed into Brook Forest Elementary School, where scores are so high and classes are so small that residents liken it to a private school, are in the greatest demand. Other elementary school children go to school in several neighboring towns. For high school, Oak Brook kids are split between Hinsdale Central High School, Downers Grove North High School,York Community High School and Willowbrook High School.
Check out information and homes for sale in these Oak Brook Subdivisions:
This light and bright corner unit has one of the most popular floor plans in the Oak Brook Club. 2,583 square feet of living space. Expansive living room with fireplace ...
Light and airy describes this 2133 square foot 2-bedroom corner condo in the sought-after Oak Brook Club. This condo has a wonderful floor plan and beautiful views. Large...
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