2 Bed, 3 Bath, 1282 Sqft
The small rectangular boundaries of Schorsch Forest Village real estate for salelie between the Dunning and Montclare neighborhoods of northwest Chicago and is now mostly known for its middle-class, family-oriented atmosphere. Schorsch Forest Village is between Belmont Avenue to the south, Addison Street to the north, and Narragansett and Harlem Avenues to the east and west. Anchoring Schorsch Forest Village is Shabbona Park, an 18.7-acre green-space that’s one of four parks established by the Old Portage Park District.
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Most of the streets lining Schorsch Forest Village have an excellent residential vibe with maturing trees evenly distributed along the roadways and Tudor-style homes filling out the landscape. Many of the quaint and cozy Tudor homes within Schorsch Forest Village boast small front yards with neatly groomed shrubbery and rear entrances off the ally for convenient off-street parking. Homebuyers can also expect to see occasional Victorian style homes scattered throughout the neighborhood but will generally have a higher price tag due to a larger demand within the community. Schorsch Forest Village still remains a quiet and very appealing destination for young and growing families wanting to stay near Chicago and with the average sales price for a single-family home being between $250,000 and $350,000, it’s also quite affordable.
Entertainment around Schorsch Forest Village is mostly geared around the young families residing in the neighborhood. With most of the streets densely packed with residential real estate, residents of Schorsch Forest Village turn to the fun-filled activities of Shabbona Park. This outdoor sanctuary includes loads of curvy, nature-filled walkways, baseball and football fields, a huge playlot for the kids, a community pool, and even a classic 1928 fieldhouse that holds various community events. Despite a lack of retail and commercial space around Schorsch Forest Village, there are a few take-out restaurants and local taverns, such as the Village Tavern and the Extra Innings Sports Bar, along the neighborhood north and south roadway boundaries of Belmont and Addison Street which certainly adds a little flavor to the area.
Schorsch Forest Village inhabitants don’t have the luxury of a nearby CTA “L” station, however, there are several main CTA bus routes running along the neighborhood borderlines. The CTA 152 route runs alongside Addison Street while the CTA 77 bus runs parallel down Belmont Avenue. Additionally, the CTA 86 bus runs north and south up Narragansett Avenue while the CTA 90 bus runs up and down Harlem Avenue. For more information about Schorsch Forest View real estate for sale, contact Ted Guarnero at (844) SEE CHICAGO today.
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Listing information last updated on March 28th, 2017 at 8:21pm CDT.