Old Town Real Estate For Sale in Chicago
Old Town is one of Chicago’s most charming and historic neighborhoods. Situated just north of Streeterville and the Gold Coast, Old Town was once nothing more than a residential retreat from the busy downtown business district. However, today’s Old Town houses a unique variety of locally-owned boutique shops, ethnic restaurants and cafés, and some of the most sought after real estate in all of Chicago. Old Town is bordered by Armitage Avenue to the north, Division Street to the south, Clark Street to the east, and Larrabee and Orleans Street to the East.
Find property for sale in Old Town
No listings were found matching your search criteria.
Old Town Real Estate Chicago IL
Real estate in Old Town ranges from historic brownstone 3-flats to beautiful brick-constructed townhomes and large single-family detached residences. Many of the buildings were constructed in the Victorian-era of architecture and many Old Town properties can be quite expensive. Small condos, however, can also be found at very reasonable prices and some buildings even offer studio-sized condominiums that are typically priced in the low $100,000s. Parkside of Old Town is one of the neighborhoodâ€™s largest newer construction condo projects that offer generous-sized one and two bedroom condominiums as well as unique 3-level townhomes with attached garage space. If youâ€™re in the market for an Old Town apartment, there certainly are plenty of rental options available as well so call us today for more info.
Old Town Real Estate Map
Things To Do Around Old Town in Chicago
Old Town real estate for sale in Chicago is perhaps most widely known for the Wells Street strip between North Avenue and Division. It’s here Chicagoans enjoy popular entertainment venues such as Zanies Comedy Club and the Red Orchid Theatre as well as numerous dining and shopping hotspots in the area. Italian restaurants Trattoria Roma, Topo Gigio Ristorante, and Orso’s Restaurant are all located on Wells Street and the enthralling aroma of Thai food fills the air around Tiparos Thai Cusine at 1540 N. Clark Street. Additionally, just north of North and Wells Street is the world-famous Second City Comedy Club where many famed comedians first got their start. If you’re more into the arts, the Old Town Art Fair is held annually every June which attracts thousands of visitors as nearly 250 artists put their work on display for one of the oldest art shows in the country. Old Town is also suitably located within walking distance to Lincoln Park and the Lakeshore Trail, making a walk in the park, a bike ride along Lake Michigan, or any other outdoor activity a breeze.
Transportation Around Old Town Real Estate For Sale in Chicago
Because Old Town is so close to the Loop and other downtown Chicago neighborhoods, plenty of public transit options are available to residents in the area. The Sedgwick Brown Line “L” stop sits just south of North Avenue and there is also a Red Line “L” stop at the corner of Clark and Division. The Division Street 70 bus conveniently runs through Old Town as well as the 72 bus route along North Avenue. Should driving be your choice of transportation, Lake Shore Drive is easily accessible from LaSalle Street in the northeastern portion of Old Town. For more information about Old Town real estate for sale in Chicago, contact Ted Guarnero at (844) SEE-CHICAGO.
What Does Old Town Real Estate Offer? A True Sense of Communuty
More About Chicago's Old Town Neighborhood
Old Town Real Estate ranges from single family homes to high rises to condominiums. Chicago's Old Town Neighborhood offers peaceful, quite neighborhood with plenty of exciting opportunities.
Old Town Real Estate Statistics