With its dense suburban makeup, the village of Woodlawn is filled with young professional families and has a neighborly atmosphere. Low crime and above average schools make Woodlawn an ideal place to raise a family.

Woodlawn’s Glenwood Gardens offers 335 acres of diverse habitats and walking trails. A bustling downtown area and easy access to many restaurants and shops have also made Woodlawn a popular place to live. Residents state that traffic can get heavy at times, but that the cozy, overall experience is worth the hassle.


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