Situated in Cook and DuPage counties, Hinsdale is a desirable western Chicago suburb located just 20 miles west from downtown Chicago. One of the wealthiest towns in Illinois, Hinsdale was incorporated in 1873 and still possesses its beautiful historic architecture while adding new and more modern residences in between. With a population of over 16,816, the village offers easy access and close proximity to the city, as well as a wonderful downtown area where visitors and residents can enjoy a number of unique shops and restaurants while being immersed within the town's historic culture.
Hinsdale has over a dozen parks with plenty of open space with picnicking, sporting fields, playgrounds, walking and running trails. One of the city’s more notable parks is the Katherine Legge Memorial Park and Lodge, which has over 50 acres of preserved woodland. The village is also home to exceptional schooling options for families and their children. There are four public elementary schools in Hinsdale including, The Lane Elementary School, Madison Elementary School, Monroe Elementary School and Oak Elementary School. Students also have the option to attend Hinsdale Middle School and Hinsdale Central High School. In addition, St. Isaac Jogues is also located in the village, which is a K-8 Catholic Grade School.
For those looking to find a home in Hinsdale, they can expect to see a median home value of around $853,900. That number has increased a little more than 4 percent within the past year and is projected to rise almost another two percent. Hinsdale has a higher median list price per square foot of $369 compared to the Chicago Metro area list price of $155 per square foot.
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