Clarendon Hills neighbors Hinsdale to the west--with which it shares school districts--and is characterized by it's winding, tree-lined streets. Significantly smaller than it's older neighbor, the residents of Clarendon Hills choose to keep their downtown area small, but thriving, to preserve the inviting and "hometown" vibe of the community. Residents and businesses are constantly investing and reinvesting in the parks, streets and community events and activities, offering a true sense of community to every single one of it's residents. Homes of all sizes built in the 1950's and beyond, can be found throughout the spacious lots of the neighborhoods; as well as excellent schools, fantastic parks, a Fourth of July fireworks show, winter sledding hills, walking paths and more.
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