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The Village of Lisle, located in DuPage County, is a small friendly town near the big city of Chicago.  Residents of Lisle enjoy a higher quality of life with access to great public schools, parks, and recreational activities.  The village was ranked by Money magazine as “one of the best place to live” in the United States due to its low taxes and crime rate, including a residents with a higher household income value and spending power.  

Home buyers will find great real estate opportunities in Lisle. The villages features many types and styles of houses, everything from historic homes, single family residences to large estate properties, including modern condominiums and townhouses.  Lisle is ideally situated near great restaurants, major shopping centers, and airports.  Lisle is a great place to live and raise a family.

Location Top

The Village of Lisle, seated in DuPage County, is a small western suburb located between Naperville and Downers Grove, and 28 miles outside of Chicago.

Neighboring suburbs that surround the Lisle community include Naperville, Woodridge, Wheaton, Lombard, and Downers Grove.


Information Top

Lisle residents are amiably known as “Lilesean” or Lilacs”.

In 2007, Money magazine rated the Village of Lisle #20 on their list of “100 Best Places to Live”.

Lisle was ranked #17 in 2009 in Money magazine’s list of “100 Best Places for the Rich and Single”.

Demographics
White:  83.38%
Black:  3.47%
Asian:  9.79%
Pacific Islander:  .03%
Native American: .19%
Other Race: 1.68%
Two or more races: 1.47%
Hispanic: 5.90%

Population      
2000:    21,182
2008:    23,135
        
County: DuPage
Area code:  630, 331
Zip code:  60532

Median resident age: 35 years
Median household income: $75,594

Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2000 and 2008


History Top

In 1832, after the Black Hawk War had ended, the Village of Lisle was first settled by two brothers named James and Luther Hatch.  Both brothers began a farming community and soon after other pioneers came to the area attracted by the prime timber, fertile land, and water resources.

The community slowly expanded and by 1839 DuPage County was established and was set apart from Cook County.  Residents in 1850 voted to create a township government, dividing the County area into nine townships and making Lisle Township the south central village.  The Burlington and Quincy Railroad company from Chicago in 1864 built the first tracks to Chicago to Aurora with a stop in Lisle.    

Over the next several decades, the Lisle Township grew gradually but remained a small a community. Electricity was introduced to the Lisle community in the early 1920s, followed by improved telephone services in the 1940s.  

Lisle is home to the Morton Arboretum which was named after the founder of Morton Salt Company, Joy Morton, who donated a portion of his land to help build the botanical garden and preserve the area’s native woodlands.

The Village of Lisle was officially incorporated in 1956 and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2006.


Real Estate Top

Lisle offers a variety of housing options from family homes, condos, and new construction for larger estate properties.  The Village of Lisle real estate prices range from $300,000 to over $1,000,000 for single family detached homes, while condominiums and townhouses start at $200,000 to $500,000.

The estimated median home value in Lisle is $309,772.

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Transportation Top

The Village of Lisle is ideally situated near major highways and roads making it easy for residents to travel to Chicago and other major suburbs.  

Two key roadways in Lisle are I-88 Reagan Tollway (east-west) and I-355 Tollway (north and south) and provides easy interstate access at Route 53, Ogden Avenue, Maple Avenue, and Naperville Road.  Other neighboring roadways near Lisle include I-294, I-55, I-290, Elgin-O’Hare Expressway, Illinois Route 83, and Route 56.

Lisle residents have access to four nearby airports:    
O’Hare International Airport  
Midway International Airport  
DuPage County Airport
Chicago Executive Airport – formally known as Palwaukee Municipal

Lisle is served by Pace Suburban Bus Service, which offers specific bus routes in the village, including services like dial a ride, van pools, and special event buses through 6 suburbs.  Plus, Metra Railroad Service is available for Lisle residents to travel from the village to Chicago.


Schools Top

There are five public schools and two school districts including three private schools that serve The Village of Lisle community.

Public
Lisle Community District 202
Tate Woods Elementary School  1736 Middletown Ave 630-493-8050
Schiesher Elementary School 5205 Kingston Ave 630-493-8100
Lisle Junior High School 5207 Center Ave 630-493-8200
Lisle High School 1800 Short St 630-493-8300

Naperville 203
Kennedy Junior High 2929 Green Trails Dr 630-420-3220

Private
Benet Academy High School 2200 Maple Dr 630-969-6550
St. Joan of Arc School 4913 Columbia 630-969-1732
Giant Steps 2500 Cabot Drive 630-864-3800


Nightlife Top

Grand Victoria Casino 250 S Grove Ave 1-888-508-1900.  Open daily from 8:30 am to 6:30 am.  The casino features popular table games like Baccarat, Blackjack, Roulette, Three Card Poker, Texas Hold ‘Em Poker, and Caribbean Stud, including more than 1,000 slot machines and Craps tables.  Enjoy a night of fine dining at Buckinghams Steakhouse and Lounge, or grab a quick bite to eat at the Grand Victoria Buffet.

The Comedy Shrine 22 E Chicago Ave 630-355-2844.  Hours: Mondays “Open Mic” 8:00 pm; Fri-Sat 8:00 pm and 10:00 pm. Adults $20; Students with ID $15.  Enjoy a night of comedy with veteran improvisational actors who worked with The Second City, Comedy Sportz, Improv Olympics, and Noble Fool Theater. Visit their website for upcoming shows and improve classes.


Entertainment Top

DuPage Dragons Baseball 5700 College Rd 630-241-2255. The DuPage Dragons are part of the Prospect League which
is a summer collegiate wood bat league.  See some of the best college baseball players compete during the summer.  All games are held at the Benedictine University Sports Complex.  Parking is free and tickets are only $6!  Season starts in June and runs through the end of August.

Wentz Concert Hall 171 E Chicago Ave Naperville, IL 630-637-7469. Box office hours: 10 am to 6 pm Tue-Friday. Visa, Mastercard, and American Express accepted.  North Central College’s Wentz Concert Hall is a premier 605-seat concert venue featuring concerts by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, recitals by soloists with the Lyric Opera of Chicago and Salzburg Chamber, including many other award-winning performances.  Visit their website for more information on tickets and upcoming performances.


Restaurants Top

Allgauer's Grill inside Hilton Lisle/Naperville (3003 Corporate West Dr, 630-245-7650).  Hours: Mon-Fri 6:30 am to 10 pm; Sat-Sun 7 am to 10 pm.  Reservations highly suggested.  Allgauer’s is an exceptional restaurant featuring fine dining and great wines. Their menu offer an American cuisine with eclectic twist prepared with the freshest ingredients. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It’s a great place to host a power lunch meeting or a romantic dinner for two. Champagne Brunch is available on Sundays.

Dhuwan Cafe (2801 Ogden Ave., 630-717-6445).  Hours: Mon-Thu 11 am to 10 pm; Fri-Sat 11 am to Midnight; Sun 12pm to 9pm. American Express, MasterCard, Visa, and Discover accepted. Free Wi-Fi spot. Enjoy some great Mediterranean food at Dhuwan Café. They serve traditional kabobs, falafel, salads, beef and chicken shawarma, and much more. Catering services available. Dine in or carry out.  


Festivals/Parks Top

There’s always something to do in The Village of Lisle. The community hosts a variety of family outings such as their annual French Market during the summer to Park in the Park a free car show with a family parade, and Depot Days a historical family festival in September. Visit Lisle Local Events for more information about upcoming festivals and events in the Lisle neighborhood.  Also, check out Lisle Eyes to the Skies Balloon Festival one of the largest annual festivals in the area featuring hot air balloons, balloon glows, food, carnival rides, live music, and much more! 

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