When Illinois residents move to homes for rent in the Chicago area, they often do so to become immersed in a high-profile culture of arts, entertainment, nightlife, sports and culinary delights. The Windy City has remained attractive to many individuals around the country for its rich history and promising future. Even many of the city's peripheral communities attract new residents with their distinctly suburban origins and laid-back charm that they exude. Those who rent homes in Carol Stream, Illinois, enjoy a community with an atmosphere and character that is just as wholesome as its roots.
Recreation for Carol Stream Renters
Today, the area that surrounds rental homes in Carol Stream has been developed to provide recreation for all of the town's residents. Popular features include the Coyote Crossing golf course along Route 64, Klien Creek Golf Club, which has been featured in Chicagoland Golf and Golf Digest, and the pleasant scenery of the Illinois Prairie Path.
History of Carol Stream
People with Carol Stream rentals may mistakenly take a body of water to be the namesake for their hometown. In fact, Carol Stream is the daughter of the town's founder, Jay Stream, a military veteran who purchased a large plot of Illinois' farmland in 1957, rather than building in the nearby town of Naperville. That same year, while homes and apartments in present-day Carol Stream sprouted, the actual Carol Stream entered a coma after a car accident, and the town was named in her honor. Thankfully, Carol recovered soon afterward.
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