Tall Trees of Barrington

Welcome to Tall Trees

Tall Trees is a single family home subdivision built in the late 1980's by the Kennedy Group in the Village of Barrington, Illinois. The neighborhood consists of 56 homes on 38 acres ranging in size from 2,205 to 4,000 square feet of living space.  Each home is situated on a 1/2 acre lot giving homeowners privacy while at the same time being part of a friendly and quiet community. 

As one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Barrington, Tall Trees is within walking distance of the Cuba Marsh and about one and half miles away from the Metra Station and downtown Barrington.  Children attend schools in award winning district 220 with access to pre-school through 12th Grade. 


Social Events

Tall Trees social events includes a 20 year tradition of its annual road rally, bingo, progressive dinners, Oktoberfest celebration and children marching in the annual 4th of July parade.  Volunteers as well as new ideas are always welcome.

Governance and Bylaws

Tall Trees HOA

Each lot owner is a voting member of the Homeowners Association with one vote per lot.   The Association board of directors represents the home owners and consists  of a 5 member board who serve 2-year terms. Click here to read the governance documents including by-laws and the Association's declaration.

Area Views and More

Baker's Lake Carlise Model Cuba Marsh Bridge Welcome to Barrington Cuba Marsh Eagles Catlow Theatre

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About Barrington

  • Barrington, located 35 miles northwest of Chicago, is a quaint Village with an array of things to do. Hop off the Metra train or drive into town and experience the charm of a small town with numerous shopping and dinning opportunities.  You can stroll through the Village Center, which is a hub of activity with over 117 specialty retailers and 40 restaurants featuring a variety of apparel, antiques, gifts, home furnishings and more. 

    Stop by the Historical Society to learn about the history of the Barrington area or download the self-guided 
    walking tour through the historic downtown.  In the evening, take in a movie at the historic Catlow Theater. Then, dine and enjoy the entertainment in the local restaurants.  Enjoy a stroll through the state’s largest residential historic district and see stately Victorian homes and beautiful gardens. Hike, jog, bike, or play in our many parks, such as Citizens Park, which is connected by a bike path to Cuba Marsh. Throughout the year, there are many exciting special events for people of all ages.
    -- Village of Barrington Motto - Barrington a Great Place to Live and Play
  • We believe in providing the Barrington 220 community with an exemplary educational system that inspires all learners to achieve excellence. We aspire to be among the best public school systems within a global community, cultivating students prepared to make a life, a living and a difference in our world. The aforementioned values and the following beliefs serve as a frame of reference, the direction by which all district policies, resources and energies are aimed and applied.

    -- Barrington School District Board
  • As principal guardian of Lake County’s open space and natural areas since 1958, we set the standard in nature and historic preservation, and in outdoor recreation and education. The guiding elements of our mission remain focused on preservation, restoration, education and recreation. Acknowledged as a regional and national leader, we protect more than 30,100 acres of natural land and are the second largest Forest Preserve District in Illinois.

    -- Lake County Forest Preserve Mission
  • The Barrington park districts offer programs and activities for all ages, all year ‘round: ski programs, tennis courts, golf lessons, soccer, baseball, basketball and football leagues, equestrian programs, and programs for everything from art to zumba.

    -- Barrington Park District