In 1839 Joseph Kettlestrings, a native of England, settled on a section of land now bounded by Lake Street, Chicago Avenue, Oak Park Avenue, and Harlem Avenue. The home he built on the southwest corner of that tract was the first house in Oak Park. The Village of Oak Park was officially incorporated in 1902 and today has a thriving community of 52,000 people. Oak Park attracts architecture buffs and others to view the many Frank Lloyd Wright designed homes found in the village. In fact, the largest collection of Wright-designed residential properties in the world is located within Oak Park. Oak Park is in District 200 and the public high school is Oak Park and River Forest High School. Elementary and middle schools are located in District 97 and include 8 elementary schools and two middle schools. The Park District of Oak Park was created in 1912 and serves the recreational needs of the village residents. The District offers two outdoor pools, an indoor ice rink, the Oak Park Conservatory, seven recreation centers, and 13 parks.