About Hazel Crest, Illinois.

Hazel Crest, Illinois was first settled by number of farming families and known as South Harvey. Later in 1890, newspaper editor, William McClintok built a depot that brought more commuters and settlers into the area. In the early 1900s, South Harvey became Hazel Crest after large numbers of hazelnut bushes that grew in the town. Today, Hazel Crest homes for sale place buyers in a tight-knit community containing over 13,000 residents.
Hazel Crest luxury homes for sale allow you to live like royalty and Hazel Crest four bedroom homes for sale are perfect for growing families. You'll want to look at Hazel Crest's top subdivisions such as the Highlands subdivision and Pottawatomie Hills subdivision. Living in Hazel Crest, your children will attend schools in District 144 and District 205 schools both of which contain several elementary, middle, and high schools. If you cannot find what you're looking for Hazel Crest, take a look at nearby Thornton and Glenwood. Commuters looking at Hazel Crest are in luck as Hazel Crest lies less than an hour away from downtown Chicago.
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