Offers a glimpse into simpler times of the past while appreciating the many comforts of modern life.

Welcome to Lincolnshire

Luxurious residences shaded by leafy trees in a tranquil enclave


Conveniently situated among several highways and other major thoroughfares, Lincolnshire offers a glimpse into simpler times of the past while appreciating the many comforts of modern life. A picturesque downtown is home to many small businesses, such as jewelers, wine shops, bakeries, coffee houses, and artisan markets, offering a selection of timeless favorites and new comforts to satisfy modern cravings. Close proximity to parks, forest preserves, and country clubs have provided closeby refuge for those needing to escape the stresses of modern life without straying too far from community conveniences.


First inhabited by Native Americans hundreds of years ago, the region experienced tremendous growth in the 1850s. The addition of several local businesses and the invention of the automobile made this community more accessible, attractive, and a particularly popular recreation area. A similar feeling of local pride for bettering the community has continued onward into the 21st century. Lincolnshire has been named a Tree City USA Community by the Arbor Day Foundation annually for over 30 years. Other nature preservation ordinances have helped add to the beauty of one of northern Chicago’s most green suburbs.


What to Love

  • Picture perfect downtown hosting a plethora of hard-working small business establishments
  • A largely green community home to endless acres of parks, preserves, and sporting fields
  • An abundance of fine dining on Restaurant Row
  • Convenient transportation routes via several closeby major thoroughfares

Local Lifestyle

Homes in Lincolnshire range from cozy and classical up to luxurious and opulent. Being a bit more removed from central Chicago has afforded lucky locals the privilege of residing on larger-than-normal lots, many of which possess unmatched privacy for the area. A community plentiful with entertainment options consists of professional golf courses, live productions at the Marriott Theatre, local farms, breweries, and restaurants serving a diverse array of succulent dishes. Schools are highly rated, and life is enjoyed among the company of untouched foliage.


Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping

Lincolnshire‘s local Marriott has acted as a central gathering point among community members. Nearby restaurants, bars, and other popular venues are all conveniently located near this central entertainment venue.


Eddie Merlot‘s Prime Aged Beef & Seafood is Lincolnshire‘s premier location for prime steaks and delectable seafood. In addition to the classics, more unique offerings such as wagyu and bison are crowd-pleasers, often accompanied by a healthy variety of mouth-watering sides, fine desserts, and one heck of a wine list. The bananas Foster, flambéed tableside, is the perfect crown jewel to top off any celebratory evening.


Inside of the Marriott resort, Three Embers offers a modern approach to the traditional Midwestern steakhouse. With an emphasis on seasonal ingredients grown at the on-site farm, this upscale eatery has become a favorite among locals for its bone-in ribeye, sea scallops, and beautifully plated culinary creations.


The Marriott Theatre is one of the most renowned establishments within the Chicagoland area. Also attached to the Marriott Resort, the theatre puts on musicals throughout the year, in addition to a few, especially for the children. More than 11 million patrons have visited the theatre and enjoyed performances such as “Kiss Me, Kate,” “The World Goes ‘Round,” “West Side Story,” and others.


Things To Do

Lincolnshire is largely known for its expansive open spaces and protected beauty. Locals enjoy these quiet hideaways beneath bright blue skies throughout the year in a manner of ways. While there are several golf courses located throughout the area, Crane’s Landing Golf Club at Marriott Lincolnshire Resort is a favorite among both visitors and residents alike. Membership options are available for year-round play, and the course has been referred to as one of the most prestigious destinations for golf in the state. Other fun can be hard with the whole family at one of the region's many farms. Didier Farms operates a farmstand, greenhouse, seasonal pumpkin patches, and a Christmas tree lot. Some of their fresh pickings ready to be taken home consists of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and other plants, donuts in the summer, and more.


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