Welcome to Braemar
Community, Friendship and pride are the hallmarks of Braemar – a vibrant residential development of 194 homes founded in 1986 and located in Lake Zurich, IL. Braemar features 195 homes with floor plans ranging from 1,700 to 2,800 square feet of living space. Braemar is located in Lake Zurich, Illinois on Ela north of Cuba.
The Braemar Homeowners’ Organization includes volunteer residents who are focused on serving the needs of the community. Our board members meet regularly and communicate through the website, email/the newsletter, Facebook and a variety of social events.
Braemar’s location offers residents a unique blend of shopping, dining, recreation and business options. The public schools: Isaac Fox Elementary, Lake Zurich Middle School South, and Lake Zurich High School consistently rank in the top tier of schools in northeastern Illinois.
We have recently experienced a burglary in Braemar. There have been 2 more break ins this evening 2/5/16. They are breaking in through window wells in the basement. For updates, please see NEWS page or Click Here. We have asked the police department for information how to be safe – Click Image below
Braemar Neighbor Progressive Dinner
Saturday, February 20, 2015
Click HERE for the details
This is not a BHO event
To learn more about our active community, please check out our website and contact us.
2015 BHO Board:
President – Scott Easterday
VP- Pat Antczak
Secretary – Kat Easterday
Immediate Past President – Steve Callahan
Treasurer- Kim Gallo
Village Rep- Rich Pipala
Landscaping – Donna Dudal
Website – Laurie Wilhoit
Social Director – OPEN
Braemar community tents (1- 20′x20′ and 1-20′x30′) are available for rent at the incredible rate of $50. Consider renting a tent for your next event or party! Contact Kim Gallo at firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations and details.
Let’s remember the speed limit through our subdivision is 20 mph. Please keep this in mind, as young children are at play. Be sure to remind our teenage drivers and friends of this speed limit. Also, let’s obey our stop signs throughout the subdivision.
Please remember while we take our pets for a walk, that they do need to be put on a leash. We also have to be kind to our neighbors and clean up after our pets. Also, be sure to clear your own yards of debris, and ensure regular maintenance to keep our neighborhood looking fantastic.
Please be reminded that maintenance of fences is the homeowner’s responsibility. This includes the fences adjacent to common areas, Ela Road and Cuba Road.