Nestled within a short distance south of the heart of Naperville you'll find the West Highlands subdivision. On what was once farmland, Harold Moser started the development of West Highlands in the late 1950s. A community known for it's parkway trees and carriageways - sidewalks directly next to the street. This lovely subdivision has just under 900 homes, made up of ranch, split-level, and two story home styles. From existing to newly constructed, each home has it's own unique style and features.
Anchored within West Highlands subdivision is Elmwood Elementary School, where children have been attending since the fall of 1960. St Raphel Catholic School & Church, and Knox Presbyterian Church. The place where you can get your shopping on, or grab a bite to eat is Naperville Plaza. And last but not least Gartner Park.
Gartner Park is where fun is had by all, no matter what the season. There's a play area for small children, a basketball court, a baseball field, and in the winter months residents enjoy sledding and ice skating.
If you happen to be driving through West Highlands on any given morning. You'll see some residents getting on a Pace bus for an easy commute to the 5th Ave train station. Or you'll see some taking their children to Elmwood Elementary School. You may also see residents walking their dogs, biking, jogging, or even stopping to have a chat with a neighbor. You can feel the sense of community at West Highlands subdivision.
This article "About West Highlands Subdivision - Naperville, IL" was written by: Maria Mastrolonardo. I'm a Realtor with RE/MAX of Naperville, and I've been selling Homes in the West Chicagoland area including but limited to: Naperville, Wheaton, Lisle, Downers Grove, Aurora, and Winfield for 20+ years. Let me help you buy your next home or sell your current one. You can easily reach me by calling or text at (630) 248-6077 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to working with you!