Bannockburn is a small, quiet community about 30 miles north of Chicago. Homes are located on large, wooded lots, lending a sense of peace and privacy. Several office complexes and the Bannockburn Green shopping center are located within the community, which is surrounded by towering trees and lush local foliage. The median age of Bannockburn’s 1,429 residents is 28, and the median income is more than $135,000. Residents have easy access to the Edens Expressway, the Tri-State Tollway, and the Milwaukee Road Railroad, and O’Hare International Airport is just minutes away.
Public elementary school students are served by District 106, while high school students are served by District 113. Holy Cross Catholic School, Loyola Academy and other private schools are within driving distance.
Most local real estate consists of contemporary custom-built homes and rustic, ranch-style designs. The few condominiums and townhouses start at $300,000, depending on location and amenities. Most Bannockburn homes, typically on one-acre lots, range in price from the $400,000s to more than $800,000. Larger homes, from palatial estates to custom manors, can be found throughout the area at prices ranging well into the millions. Some homes are located on significant acreage. A few historic properties are also available, as are lots and land for custom development.