Kenilworth, IL Real Estate Overview | BHHS Chicago
The small village of Kenilworth is a master-planned development on the shores of Lake Michigan. It was planned by architect Daniel Burnham to resemble a grand retreat in Warwickshire, England and has grand estates on large lakefront lots. The village covers just over ½ square mile and has a population of about 2500. Kenilworth has its own school district in which children attend the Joseph Sears School. Sears School is for students in grades kindergarten through eighth. For high school, students attend the highly acclaimed New Trier High School in Winnetka. The Kenilworth Fountain, designed by George W. Maher, is located in the heart of Kenilworth on Kenilworth Avenue, just east of the railroad tracks. Further east is the Kenilworth Avenue Beach, which is divided into a swimming beach and a sailing beach. The Kenilworth Assembly Hall is a community building used for gatherings, school events, and organizational meetings.