I am not sure that Winnetka Heights actually qualifies as a neighborhood, and most people in town don't even know that it has a name, but Winnetka Heights is a one block by three block section of Winnetka that was developed in the 1920's. Its name comes from the fact that its elevation is one of the highest in Winnetka. Its boundaries are Westmoor Rd. on the North, Pine St. on the South, Locust St. on the East and Rosewood Ave. on the West. There are two interior one-block streets: Starr and Dinsmore, both named after the first two Winnetka casualties of World War I.
Originally there were thirty six 100′ x 188′ lots that were set back 50 feet from the street. Most of the homes were designed specifically for their sites by known architects of the day and were primarily Tudor, Colonial and Prairie designs. In recent years some of the lots have been subdivided and now there is a fair amount of new construction in among the older homes and a greater variety of styles.
This is most definitely NOT a neighborhood of starter homes. Homes in Winnetka Heights are large and typically sell for between $2,000,000 and $3,500,000. Most have at least five bedrooms and four baths. There are four homes currently for sale in Winnetka Heights:
One of the nice things about Winnetka Heights is that it's a quiet neighborhood without much traffic, but it's within walking distance of Hubbard Woods Elementary School, Skokie School and Washburne School; it's also equidistant to both of Winnetka's Metra Stations. And it's a quick bike ride to the Nielsen Tennis Center, Winnetka Ice Arena and Skokie Playfield.
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