Northbrook/Glenview District 30 Homes
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Much of District 30 is also an in-town location. The housing stock in 30 is completely different depending on what street you are on. The homes that are closer to town reside on streets with larger lots and homes that were built in the 50s. Many are very small ranches on large parcels of land. Once the homes have become tired, developers have come in and bought up many of the starter homes. This is the best place to find new construction in District 30… on the streets inside of Shermer, Techny, Western & Woodlawn. Speaking of Woodlawn, this is another incredible street that can boast multimillion-dollar homes.
There are some wonderful subdivisions in District 30 that the residents will never leave. Sunset Fields has fantastic and affordable colonials, split levels and ranches. The amazing subdivision of Southbridge Commons. These are a few of the best kept streets in all of Northbrook. The trees are mature, the homes are cute and it’s a great location! In fact, living in District 30, many of the kids can walk or ride their bikes to the grade school, the junior high and the high school.
Around the back of District 30 the housing stock are generally homes built in the 1970s and 1980s. These are generally very large homes and a bit more modern. However, many of them do need to be updated to bring them into this century. However, if you are looking for a lot of space, then this is a great place to start your search. And, we can’t forget to mention the beautiful street of Woodmere. Another street with large, mature trees and well-built homes that the residents love.
The grade schools in District 30 are Wescott and Willowbrook. Both schools consist of grades 1-5. In grades 6-8, the District 30 kids attend Maple school which is just south of Glenbrook North in a brand-new state-of-the art facility. District 30 consists of both Glenview and Northbrook residents, and 30 is a ‘split district’. This means that Maple school has kids from both Glenview and Northbrook attend it. And when high school rolls around, Northbrook students go to Glenbrook North and Glenview students attend Glenbrook South.