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The Sauganash neighborhood of northwest Chicago is filled with history, culture, and some of the most gorgeous single-family homes in all of Chicago. With the name “Sauganash” derived from the word “Englishman” in the Potawatomi language, the neighborhood was named for the part-Potawatomi and part-European Indian chief, Billy Caldwell. Today’s Sauganash, a sub-neighborhood of Forest Glen, has a strong family-oriented population and is considered one of the top Chicago neighborhoods for raising a family. The square boundaries of Sauganash are defined by Devon Avenue to the north, Pulaski Road to the east, Foster Avenue to the south and Cicero Avenue to the west.
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Many of the Sauganash single family homes include fabulous English Tudors, brick three stories, and traditional Georgian-style homes. Because of the strong Sauganash family tradition, many of the homes have been passed down from parents to children to grandchildren. New single family homes have also been developed in Sauganash, however, each home is almost always built with the same traditional brick appeal to upkeep the unbeatable curb appeal of the neighborhood. Should buyer’s be lucky enough to find a single family home on the Sauganash real estate market, expect the sales price to be somewhere between $400,000 and $700,000, depending of course on square footage and modern updates and amenities. The average Sauganash townhome sales price is right around $$285,000 while the average condo price sits at approximately $219,000.
Each Fourth of July, the Sauganash neighborhood has a one-of-a-kind parade and block parties are hosted all throughout the short-lived summer months. Residents from all over the neighborhood partake in the fun-filled festivities which only strengthening the strong family-like bond and atmosphere Sauganash offers. Most of the restaurants and cafes in Sauganash have a casual atmosphere and cater to just about anyone living around the neighborhood. Two of the Asian-inspired favorites are the sushi and Thai cuisine of Chai’s Asian Bistro and Mee Mah, located at 4032 W. Peterson Avenue. If you’re looking to spend a little time outdoors in Sauganash be sure to visit the small and secluded Sauganash Park, a snug little hideaway on North Kostner Avenue, and the LaBagh Woods, a mature, wooded wonderland that’s part of the Forest Preserve District of Cook County.
The main thoroughfare of Sauganash is Peterson Avenue. The CTA 84 bus follows the east/west path of Peterson and the Edens Expressway is just a few blocks west off Peterson as well. If traveling north or south, the CTA 54 bus follows Cicero Avenue while the the CTA 53 bus travels up and down Pulaski. For more information about Sauganash real estate for sale, contact Ted Guarnero at (844) SEE CHICAGO.
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Listing information last updated on March 28th, 2017 at 8:35pm CDT.