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When this neighborhood was designed back in the 1920s, it was created in the “English Common” tradition, meaning it has clusters of homes built around private parkways with huge trees. This innovative plan means that Greenway Parks is very pedestrian-oriented.
On any day you’ll see groups of kids playing in the parkways, lots of people jogging and bicycling, and there are always people out walking dogs and pushing strollers. And it’s just minutes to shopping, dining and movies at Highland Park Village.
The Greenway Parks Conservation District has been very successful in preserving the neighborhood identity of this area, where properties range from $400,000 to about $6 million. Architects O’Neil Ford, Howard Meyer, and Charles Dilbeck left their stamp on Greenway Parks.
Homes available in Greenway Parks:
5322 Wateka Drive | Listed for $2,495,000
5332 Wenonah Drive | Listed for $1,875,000
5314 Nakoma Drive | Listed for $1,395,000
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