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Burr Ridge Real Estate

Welcome to Burr Ridge!  Burr Ridge is listed among the top wealthiest towns in Illinois.


Burr Ridge History

Glaciers from the last ice age carved Burr Ridge’s hills.  In 1917 the International Harvester Company purchased land for an experimental farm (where they tested the world’s first all-purpose tractor).  In the 1940s Denver Busby bought land that became known as the Burr Ridge dairy farm and he launched the Burr Ridge Estates.  In 1956 residents decided to incorporate the area as the village of Harvester (to honor the International Harvester).  In 1961 the International Harvester Company and the Burr Ridge Estates merged—changing the village’s name to Burr Ridge.


Population: 10,749


Arts/ Entertainment: Things To Do

The Village of Burr Ridge hosts a variety of events throughout the year—like Armed Forces Day and Run the Ridge 5k and 1k walk/ run.


Burr Ridge Village Center

Edgewood Valley Country Club

Ruth Lake Country Club

Captain Swift Covered Bridge


Local Transit


Burr Ridge is serviced by Metra’s BNSF Railway (Aurora to Chicago Union Station).


Roads/ Highways

The main roads in Burr Ridge are Kingery Hwy (north-south) and County Line Rd (north-south).  The village is also centrally located to I-55, I-294 and I-80, which allow commuters easy access to Chicago and other areas.


Pace Bus services Burr Ridge.



Burr Ridge’s Educational Opportunities

Grades K-8

Burr Ridge Community Consolidated School District 180

Gower School District 62

Hinsdale School District 181

Pleasantdale School District 107

Trinity Lutheran School


High School

Hinsdale Township High School District 86

Lyons Township High School District 204


Higher Education

College of DuPage

Moraine Valley Community College

Westwood College DuPage


Burr Ridge Area Healthcare

Adventist LaGrange Memorial Hospital

Hinsdale Hospital

Palos Community Hospital