Old Town Triangle Real Estate in Chicago
The Old Town Triangle is a small, historic neighborhood just west of the actual Lincoln Park. Its triangular boundaries are formed by North Avenue to the south, Clark Street to the east, and the diagonal borderline that stretches from the corner of North Avenue and Larrabee Street to the corner of Armitage Avenue and Clark Street. The charming, historic brick and stone architecture of the Old Town Triangle is often compared to what you’d expect to see in London and it’s no surprise that this tiny spot may be one of Chicago’s most affluent addresses. The lush, mature trees and the dense green ivy invading many of the homes inside the Old Town Triangle only add to the allure of this tightly-knit community.
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While many high-rise residences such as the Americana Towers, Eugenie Terrace on the Park, the Park View Hotel, or the Lincoln Park Tower line the east side of the Old Town Triangle, much of the real estate here is dominated by historic row houses and classic lime- and graystone townhomes. Many of the three- and four-story row houses in the Old Town Triangle have a hefty price tag of one million dollars plus as the close proximity to the Loop, Lake Michigan, and the green space of Lincoln Park create a huge demand for such properties. Despite these high prices, one bedroom condominiums in vintage or mid-rise buildings in the Old Town Triangle can usually be purchased for around $250,000 while 2-bedrooms shoot up to around $325,000.
Things To Do Near Old Town Triangle Real Estate in Chicago
Likely the most well-known comedy club in Chicago, The Second City, located at 1616 N. Wells, has been a neighborhood staple since its doors opened in 1959. Always a top weekend entertainment choice for tourists and Chicagoans alike, the Second City has been a regular starting place for comedians, actors, directors, and various other show-business professionals. If looking to spend some time outdoors, located right across Clark Street is the 1200-acre green space of Lincoln Park-one of Chicago’s largest parks. Lincoln Park actually stretches all the way from the Ohio Street Beach in Streeterville to Ardmore Avenue in Edgewater and contains just about any outdoor amenity one could ask for in Chicago. Whether its miles of biking and jogging paths, baseball diamonds and sport courts, or a family-friendly zoo, Lincoln Park has just about everything.
Transportation Around Old Town Triangle Real Estate in Chicago
The Sedgwick Brown and Purple Line is the nearest “L” stop to the Old Town Triangle, located at Sedgwick and North Avenue. Additionally, the North and Clybourn Red Line “L” stop is just west of the southwest corner of the Old Town Triangle. Lakeshore Drive can be accessed from West LaSalle Drive so commuting to the downtown Loop or other North Chicago neighborhoods is very convenient. Major CTA bus lines in the neighborhood include the 151 down Lakeshore Drive, the 22 and 36 down Clark Street, and the 9 and 72 lines that travel east and west across North Avenue. For more information about Old Town Triangle real estate in Chicago, contact us today at (844) SEE-CHICAGO.
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