6 Bed, 4½ Bath, 4500 Sqft, 0.11 Acres
Originally designed to act as a Chicago Suburb, Irving Park wasn’t annexed into the city until 1889. As the population grew with German and Scandinavian Immigrants over the years, more public transportation was needed and the Irving Park Blue line opened in 1970. Real estate near the Irving Park Blue line offers an exceptional value as the average sales price for a condo in the surrounding Irving Park and Old Irving Park neighborhoods is well under $200,000. In fact, two-bedroom condos typically have a starting price of around $160,000, but can reach as much as $400,000, which certainly allows for a variety of homebuyers to consider this sweet northwest Chicago neighborhood.
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Listing information last updated on July 22nd, 2019 at 1:37pm CDT.