There are a total of 17 distinct neighborhoods in the village of Arlington Heights. Most of these neighborhoods are roughly equal in size. The East Rand Road neighborhood is slightly larger than the rest, and consists mainly of older, established homes that form a strong sense of community—in fact, this neighborhood is one of the most family friendly in Illinois, with excellent schools and low crime rates.
Arlington Heights movers are sure to find a housing style that suits their preferences for living. In addition to the condominium developments, there are plenty of well-maintained townhomes and apartment buildings to choose from. Homeowners moving to Arlington Heights will find many ranch and split-level homes, as are prevalent in the Chicagoland area. Other architectural styles common in the village include Colonial, Cape Cod, and Georgian.
When it comes to recreation and entertainment, Arlington Heights movers will not lack for choice. The village is home to a variety of indoor and outdoor recreation. Perhaps best known for the Arlington Park Race Track, longtime home of the Arlington Million Breeders Cup qualifying event, movers will also find a five-acre manmade lake, a state-of-the-art entertainment complex, 58 different parks, and much more.