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Old 11-19-2009, 08:52 PM
 
Location: Suburbs of Chicago
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How is this area? I'm very curious about it...

I like the homes and I have seen a lot of pets in that area...
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Old 11-19-2009, 09:13 PM
 
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What area are you talking about specifically?- that corner has several different communities (Danada East/West/North, Stonehedge, Briarcliffe). Overall it is a great area close to shops, transportation, walking paths, natural areas, and great schools. As for having lots of pets, hopefully you are not talking about the Petland Dog/Person that stands on the corner jumping all over
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Old 11-19-2009, 09:27 PM
 
Location: Suburbs of Chicago
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What area are you talking about specifically?- that corner has several different communities (Danada East/West/North, Stonehedge, Briarcliffe). Overall it is a great area close to shops, transportation, walking paths, natural areas, and great schools. As for having lots of pets, hopefully you are not talking about the Petland Dog/Person that stands on the corner jumping all over
Lol, no but I do plan on having a lot of pets in the future haha.

I guess to be more specific the area I am talking about is east of Napervile Rd. to Park Blvd.
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Old 11-20-2009, 07:17 AM
 
Location: "Chicago"
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As for having lots of pets, hopefully you are not talking about the Petland Dog/Person that stands on the corner jumping all over
LOL That guy is the best!
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Old 11-20-2009, 07:25 AM
 
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I've only driven through that area and visited Danada Park, so I don't know much except that it's very pretty.
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Old 11-20-2009, 09:00 AM
 
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LOL That guy is the best!
Yeah, he may be cute and entertaining but I really like it when the anti-puppy mill people are standing next to him advertising adoption I've rescued one too many puppies from stores like that

As for the area east of Naperville Road, there are two subdivisons. Briarcliffe south is south of Butterfield, east of Naperville and is really nice because the perimeter lots back to forest preserve space. Plus, there are several large open pieces of land in that area and you can get a nice large yard without have to maintain it. To the east of B. South is Scotdale which is nice as well. Scotdale attends Glen Ellyn schools where as Briarcliffe South is in the Wheaton S. D. On the north side of Butterfield is also Briarcliffe and depending on where you are in that area, the schools vary.
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Old 11-20-2009, 09:52 AM
 
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Yeah, he may be cute and entertaining but I really like it when the anti-puppy mill people are standing next to him advertising adoption I've rescued one too many puppies from stores like that

As for the area east of Naperville Road, there are two subdivisons. Briarcliffe south is south of Butterfield, east of Naperville and is really nice because the perimeter lots back to forest preserve space. Plus, there are several large open pieces of land in that area and you can get a nice large yard without have to maintain it. To the east of B. South is Scotdale which is nice as well. Scotdale attends Glen Ellyn schools where as Briarcliffe South is in the Wheaton S. D. On the north side of Butterfield is also Briarcliffe and depending on where you are in that area, the schools vary.
Thank you very much for the information. Ha, I guess I have not noticed the puppy guy? Strange because I am in Wheaton very often...lol

I'll look out for him next time I go
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Old 11-20-2009, 02:30 PM
 
Location: "Chicago"
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We were at Chili's one evening last summer and that guy was out there the whole time; we could see him from our table. It was about 90 degrees out and that suit must have been broiling inside! He didn't miss a beat however.
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Old 11-20-2009, 03:23 PM
 
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We were at Chili's one evening last summer and that guy was out there the whole time; we could see him from our table. It was about 90 degrees out and that suit must have been broiling inside! He didn't miss a beat however.

I sat at that intersection on Monday for a full light cycle and he/she was out there and jumped and waved the whole time. What is strange is that he/she does not hold a sign so unless you know there is a Petland in the strip mall behind him/her you'll just think some crazy person in a dog suit is hanging on the corner However, once or twice I did see a sign that said "We have puppies" but lately there has not been any signs present. Either way....crazy
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Old 11-20-2009, 03:27 PM
 
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Thank you very much for the information. Ha, I guess I have not noticed the puppy guy? Strange because I am in Wheaton very often...lol

I'll look out for him next time I go
If you do move to the area, the walking paths off Leask Lane are great for dog walking and there is a nice dog park off Mack Road (just west of Winfield Rd).
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