Four Lakes is home to approximately 3,500 people who work in services, administrative and retail professions. In your search for a new place, don't forget to have a look at the apartments in neighboring Downtown.
Demographics and Cost of Living
Four Lakes has about the same average living cost as other metro areas in Lisle, such as Downtown. A household in Four Lakes spends about $55.7K/year in total expenditures on average. By comparison Downtown's expenditures come to about $52.2K/year.
The neighborhoods of Four Lakes and Downtown are identical in terms of households that have children. In both neighborhoods, the percentage of households with children is 9%.
Reflective of Downtown's, the average household income in Four Lakes is $71.5K. In terms of education, however, fewer residents of Downtown have earned a master's degree than those in Four Lakes.
Dining, Drinking and Recreation
ApartmentGuide.com has ratings and reviews to help you in your search for a new place. To give you a greater sense of the area, one important street to be aware of in Four Lakes is Maple Ave. This street contains a larger share of services and amenities, including places to grab a bite and socialize, than other places in the area. Don't forget to use our website's powerful apartment finder tool in your search for apartments in Four Lakes.
Wine and dine with family and friends in Four Lakes with dinner at John's Rib House and drinks at Maple Avenue Pub. When your appetite can only be satisfied by the familiar, head over to Four Lakes on Lincoln Ave. for a chain restaurant like Subway.
For a more comprehensive list of places to eat, drink and be merry in Four Lakes, check out the Yelp page.
Four Lakes's primary grocer is Four Lakes Pantry, located on Forest View Rd.
Local Schools and School Districts
Some of the schools near the apartments in Four Lakes are Benet Academy, Lisle Junior High School and Kindercare Learning Centers. Remember, school district boundaries are subject to redrawing. Consult with your local schools and school districts near the apartments for rent to confirm the schools your children can attend.
The Naperville Cusd 203 district offers 14 elementary schools, five middle schools and two high schools. In terms of student-teacher ratios and student-body size, Naperville Cusd 203 district trumps Woodridge School District 68 with fewer students per teacher and a lower number of enrolled students. Naperville Cusd 203 district has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the Woodridge School District 68.