Grosse Point Village Vernon Hills
As a full time Vernon Hills Realtor, my job is similar to that of a matchmaker – finding the right home for my client, based on all of the desirable characteristics my client is seeking. One area I love is the family-friendly Grosse Pointe Village subdivision. The Grosse Point Village neighborhood boasts over 540 single family homes, two updated parks, three prime baseball fields, tennis courts, walking paths, and terrific schools.
The vast majority of the Grosse Pointe Village subdivision attends grade school in the Diamond Lake School District 76 and Adlai E. Stevenson High School. District 76 is noted for its small size and diverse population. Fairhaven School, Diamond Lake School, and West Oak Middle School students from Grosse Pointe Village continue on to nationally recognized Adlai E. Stevenson High School. Another section of Grosse Pointe Village, those homes on Williams Way and the adjoining cul de sacs attend Hawthorn Elementary District 73 and Mundelein High School.
Neighbors in Grosse Pointe Village often gather for block parties, walks around the neighborhood, time in the parks with the little ones, watching park district ball games on the local diamonds, and sledding near one of the neighborhood entrance’s off of Route 83. One group of neighbors nicknamed the Warren Lane Warriors gather for weekly get-togethers on their block. Block parties pop up with some regularity through the summer, and holiday gatherings, bunco, and Girls Nights Out bring neighbors together in the cold winter months.
Grosse Pointe Village is located near Westfield Hawthorn Mall. Great stores and restaurants are plentiful and close. A newly built library, the wonderful Sullivan Community Center and Family Aquatic Center is five minutes from the neighborhood.
Located near the intersection of Route 45 and Route 83, I-294 is a ten minute drive straight up Route 45. There is a Metra station located on Route 45, two miles from the subdivision. Grosse Pointe residents have easy access to main Lake County roadways and public transportation.