Living in Flossmoor

Living in Flossmoor, Illinois, you can feel connected to and involved in something very special — the heart and soul of a small town steeped in history and energized by diversity and inclusiveness in all its forms. With one-of-a-kind architecture, convenient connections to Chicago’s Loop and the University of Chicago campus, unparalleled educational and recreation opportunities and close-knit neighborhoods, there’s no doubt why families choose to call Flossmoor home. 

One-of-a-Kind Architecture

When you choose Flossmoor, you can choose the home of your dreams - whatever style that happens to be. Early Flossmoor homes featured Tudor, four-square and even Spanish-revival styles. Driving through older sections of Flossmoor, a trained eye can pick out homes by famous architects Frank Lloyd Wright, Purcell & Elmslie, and Keck & Keck. As Flossmoor grew and styles changed, Flossmoor’s new home styles changed, too. You’ll find everything from sprawling mid-century ranches to contemporary homes and a variety of condos and townhouses. 

Convenient Connections to Chicago

Flossmoor is conveniently located on the Metra Electric line. Each day, hundreds of commuters board at the Flossmoor Metra station for a quick trip to Chicago’s Millennium Station or the University of Chicago in Hyde Park. 

Unparalleled Educational Opportunities

Homewood-Flossmoor High School is on the cutting edge of high schools in Illinois. No matter what subject, sport or activity your child loves, there’s an opportunity for them to excel. H-F is an International Baccalaureate High School and offers exceptional academics including a variety of Advanced Placement classes. With state-of-the-art technology, vocational and arts programs, H-F will exceed your expectations. And it’s just a stone’s throw away from every neighborhood in Flossmoor. 

School District 161 provides outstanding opportunities for children in grades kindergarten through 8th. Students attend neighborhood schools for K-5. Each Parker Junior High has an outstanding relationship with H-F High School and students have an opportunity to take high school level courses while at Parker. Each school has a Science-Technology-Engineering-Arts-Math (STEAM) program.