This is a great area for raising families, with all the amenities a family might want--good schools; bike paths; shopping; nearby medical, dental, and orthodontic care; etc.
The downsides? The housing has a monotonous feel to it--there isn't much variety of the home appearances due to restrictive homeowner's covenants. And the whole area is built on expansive clay soil, as well as defunct (and in some cases, unmapped) underground coal mines. Home buyers need to invest in thorough inspections prior to purchasing real estate here, possibly including separate inspections by structural engineers and core sample drilling to a depth of 20 or more feet to understand the soil expansion potential and location of water table beneath a property.