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Glenview, in Cook County, is a rare gem. Over 40,000 residents, a good number of them very wealthy, bring together diverse social cultural and religious persuasions to create a unique and vibrant ambience that is hard to resist.
The crisp country air in Glenview must be good for nurturing genius of all kinds, because the town boasts a long list of creative, athletic, and intellectual homegrown talent. This list includes Emily Bergl who has appeared in Desperate Housewives, lead guitarist Patrick Stump, actor Samuel Witwer, and Brian Hansen, Olympic silver medalist, among others.
Glenview has a rich history and still retains some of the most magnificent structures from the past. Wagner Farm, established in early 19th Century and run by the Wagner family until 1997, is a must-see for visitors, who can see how the farm was run back then and even learn how to use a few farm tools. Of course, the farm is now surrounded by modern new homes.
The Grove is another historic structure. Home of scientist Robert Kennicot, and built in the 1930's, the Grove became an historic site in 1976. The local temple of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is a fairly recent architectural masterpiece, but a significant landmark nonetheless, and required viewing for all visitors to Glenview. Built in the early 80's the temple stands on a beautifully kept, 80-acre nature trail, which is open to public use.
Glenview Town Center, simply known as the Glen, is the largest such tow center in Illinois and was once a naval air station, closed in 1995 to pave way for a housing project shops and other recreational facilities. The over one-thousand-acre piece of land now features new homes, shopping malls, and offices. A museum, several golf courses and a man-made lake, as well as a commuter train station, complete the new face of Glenview. Nothing beats shopping in Glenview, where retail outlets offer everything from clothing, to footwear, to furniture, to home appliances.
If you are looking to make Glenview your home, you have nothing worry about because the area is saturated with both private and public schools, some of them public and others private. It even has the first ever Montessori school established in Illinois, which stills offers excellent education in Glenview more than 70 years later.
In Glenview residents have the privilege to enjoy both modern comforts and a country atmosphere. Let New Home Source help you realize your dream of owning a new home in a great city.
If you are looking for new homes in Glenview near Chicago, Illinois, you've come to the right place. NewHomeSource is the Internet's leading site for Glenview homebuilders and their new home plans. Choose from one of the new home communities in Glenview, or have a Glenview custom home builder construct your dream home on your own lot in Glenview. Either way, you can't go wrong with letting NewHomeSource help you get started in your Glenview new home search.
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