Brook Hills Subdivision in Orland Park

Brook Hills subdivision is the biggest PUD (planned unit development) in all of Orland Park. These 350 acres of Brook Hills site consist of 493+ homes constructed in 7 different building phases. These homes were constructed from late 1980’s to the early 1990’s. And values keep climbing! We have lived here for 25+ years and love it!

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Brook Hills located in the SW corner of Orland Park IL. Brook Hills touches the borders of Will County i.e. Mokena, unincorporated New Lenox, and Homer Glen. Brook Hills subdivision is the biggest PUD (planned unit development) in all of Orland Park. These 350 acres of Brook Hills site consist of 493+ homes constructed in 7 different building phases. These homes were constructed from late 1980’s to the early 1990’s.

Amidst the vast plan of construction layouts, a myriad of townhomes was also constructed. The Brook Hills Builders were: Cranna Construction Co. And Malone & Maloney Builders. The boundaries of Brook Hills extend from 172nd & Wolf Road (a.k.a. Brook Hill Drive) to Route 6 and Will Cook Road.

I fondly call Brook Hills “Last of the Big Lots” as the frontage on these homes is spacious and leaves much room between each home.  Unique to this development:

  • Winding creeks and gravel topped walkways and walking paths with bubbling creeks and bridges that chart your walk from one end of the subdivision to the other.
  • Towering trees are over 50 years old and gives one a sense of a true “country feel” as you walk your dog through the various arrays of wildlife, bird life, and our annual family of beautiful white Swans!
  • Discovery Park has tennis courts (and in 2018, markings for a pickle ball court) and extensive playground area with Pavilion & Soccer Fields!
  • Our family has lived here in Brook Hills over 25 years. Our 4 daughters attended School Districts 135 and HS District 230 - Carl Sandburg High School. Daughters  were into all the wonderful music opportunities, and avid Marching Band Members! Great Memories!                                                    

About the Neighborhood

Neighbors are friendly
There's holiday spirit
Great schools
Easy commutes
There are sidewalks
Yards are well-kept
Streets are well-lit
Parks and playgrounds
Lots of wildlife
It's dog friendly
Kids play outside
Walking / Hiking trails
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