About Stonehedge

Education

The Stonehedge Subdivision is proud to have excellent public and private schools. The public schools are part of Community Unit School District 200.  Stonehedge subdivision attends:

Whittier Elementary School, 218 W. Park Ave., Wheaton, IL 60189, (630) 682-2185
Whittier's Web site

Edison Middle School, 1125 S. Wheaton Ave., Wheaton, IL 60189, (630) 682-2050
Edison's Web site

Wheaton Warrenville South High School, 1920 S. Wiesbrook Rd., Wheaton, IL 60189, (630) 784-7200
WWSHS's Web site

There are many private schools in the area as well including Wheaton Christian Grammar School, Wheaton Montessori School, St. John Lutheran School, St. Michael Elementary School, St. Francis High School, Benet Academy and many more. Colleges include Devry, Benedictine, College of DuPage, Wheaton College, IIT, National Louis University, & North Central College.

History

In 1977, Levitt Homes began building the Stonehedge Subdivision.  In 1978, Levitt had financial problems and construction was halted for many months until local builders Joe Keim, Ed Keim and Faganel Builders took over the development of the Stonehedge subdivision in South Wheaton. Today these attractive residences are much in demand. The Orchard Cove subdivision was established in 1985 and development began in the Marywood subdivision in 1994.  Both Orchard Cove & Marywood were built by Keim. 

These subdivisions offer a variety of spacious, two-story Georgian, Tudor, Victorian and salt box style homes, mixed with a limited number of contemporaries, split levels and ranches.

Shopping

Within walking distance and just east of the subdivisions, there are plenty of shopping centers including Danada East, Danada West, Towne Square & Rice Lake. You'll find supermarkets, post office, banks, restaurants, gas stations, craft stores, department stores, furniture stores, book stores, movie rental stores, dry cleaning facilities, ice cream stores, coffee shops and many other specialty stores.

Parks & Recreation

The Stonehedge area is ideally suited for recreation. Seven Gables Park, at Brighton and Chatham, is maintained by the Wheaton Park District. It boasts a children's playground, a lake, soccer and baseball fields, picnic shelters, a 1.2 mile paved trail and a fitness course. In addition, there are several smaller parks also located directly within the subdivisions including Ridge Park & Brighton Park. Nearby is the state-of-the-art Rice Water Park and the Wheaton Park District Community Center, which includes a health and fitness center and indoor walking/jogging track and teen center. Arrowhead Golf Course, Herrick Lake, Blackwell Recreation Area, and the Illinois Prairie Path are just west on Butterfield Road.

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