Bannockburn, 27 miles north of the Loop, is a community for people who enjoy a quiet country like lifestyle. It has been called “one of the North Shore’s best-kept secrets”.
The community is reflective of the British social tradition from which it evolved. Such interests as gardening, art and literature are a part of Bannockburn’s past and its present. Housing. Most of the custom-built homes are on a secluded, estate-sized lots. Styles range from Traditional to Ultra-Modern designs.
Schools. Elementary school students attend Bannockburn School District 106. The nicely equipped school rates highly in the academic programs, with IGAP test scores routinely among the highest in the state.
High school students attend District 113, Deerfield High School, one of the top 10 academic schools in the state. In 2006, the school’s average ISAT composite score was 94.7.
The Tri-State Tollway (I-294) is minutes away, and commuters can expect to arrive in the Loop in about 40 minutes. Drive time to O’Hare Airport is 20 minutes, while Midway is an hour away. Metra commuters board trains at the
convenient Deerfield Station for a 39- minute trip to the Loop by express and 48-minutes by local.
Village Hall: 847-945-6080