There are 11 distinct neighborhoods in the village of Elmhurst, many of them roughly equal in size. One popular neighborhood is East Butterfield Road, which houses Butterfield Park and York Commons Park. This highly educated neighborhood is popular with families, and occupies the southern part of the village. The Grand Avenue neighborhood, on the north end of the village, is notable for Berens Park and Conrad Fischer Park, as well as several schools.
Housing: Elmhurst movers will find many home styles to choose from, whether they are renters or homeowners. As expansion of Elmhurst picked up speed in the 1950s, many homes in this village are single-family and two-story residences built after World War II. Popular architectural styles include ranch and split level, stone homes, Cape Cod, Colonial, and English Tudor, as well as condos and town homes.
Attractions: Recreation is plentiful for Elmhurst movers. The village offers an art museum with three galleries, an outdoor sculpture garden, a variety of specialty shops, and many well-maintained parks with activities. The Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra performs regularly, and the annual Memorial Day Parade has been running since 1918. Also popular in Elmhurst is the St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Elmhurst Movers has been helping families move to Elmhurst, IL and other cities in the U.S. for over 15 years. Whether yours is a long distance, local, residential or commercial move, EZ Movers can help make it a successful one.
EZ Movers is proud to provide the community with quality moving services and in utilizing our success to help support the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
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