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  1. Suburb of Chicago, IL
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Barrington has many exciting and fun things to do. Many places to eat and just overall enjoy life. The community is very safe and close distance to Chicago.
I've been living in Barrington for 4 years now. Im in an interracial relationship and moved in with my fiancé. Honestly I dont see how they have a C+ here for diversity. Should be a red F. I'm using this site because thank heavens we're moving. It's lovely if your skin is not brown.
Barrington is a quaint suburb of Chicago with a population around 10,000 people. From it's bustling farmer's market in the fall or the lights that line the town during the wintery months leading up to Christmas, Barrington is a wonderful place to spend time in year round. It has small, family run shops and restaurants and boutiques, and boasts parks and wide spaces perfect for families with pets or children. Nightlife however is not very big, but this is understandable as it's a small suburb of Chicago.
Barrington Illinois lives up to its motto, which is a good place to live, work, and play. The schools in the town are top quality and there are many different stores to go shopping for your daily essentials.
Barrington is a wonderful suburban town outside of the city of Chicago. It is on the Metra train line so has easy commuting options to the city. Barrington has a cute, small downtown with several good restaurants and a historic movie theater. The Barrington schools are great and the Park District has a lot of wonderful programs. The only downside is the commute to the city if you are driving.
Feels safe as an area. General crime but nothing major.
It is a nice area. Wish there was more within the town itself (not just nearby areas).
I feel very safe in this neighborhood. I didn't like Barrington High School because of the people. I wish there was more to do in this neighborhood.
There are few independently owned restaurants in town, but not many.
Since the economy tanked, entry level positions that young people would normally fill are filled by middle-aged adults.
It's a high-end boutique selling mostly women's clothes and accessories. The average resident would never be able to afford their clothes.
The houses have great variety.
Once employed, it's great. But, it can be hard to find a job.
Parking is a major pain, but the restaurants are all good and the stores are slightly pricey, but well worth it.
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