4 Bed, 3½ Bath, 3000 Sqft, 0.07 Acres
West Town is a large neighborhood northwest of the Chicago Loop which was named for Chicago’s original western boundary of Western Avenue back in the early 1900s. The West Town community is comprised of several district neighborhoods which include Pulaski Park, Wicker Park, Ukrainian Village, East Village, River West, Noble Square, and Humbolt Park. The convenience of being located near downtown Chicago as well as the major highways of I-90 and I-290 has made West Town a haven for redevelopment over the past decade. Additionally, the blend of each of the several neighborhoods making up West Town provides fantastic entertainment and dining options attracting a diverse group of residents in the neighborhood.
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Originally a region for working class immigrants new to Chicago, home buyers wonâ€™t find the high-rise real estate thatâ€™s found in so many other downtown Chicago neighborhoods. Instead, much of West Town is filled with classic red-brick flats, low-rise apartment buildings, and close-proximity single family houses. Nearly every home in West Town is about 10 minutes from downtown Chicago and many of the residences offer fantastic views of the picturesque Chicago skyline. Most of the new construction residential real estate in West Town are the gut-rehabbed 2- and 3-flats and itâ€™s not uncommon to find modern updates to many of the single family homes fresh on the Chicago real estate market. For an updated 1 bedroom condos in West Town pricing will typically be somewhere in the low to middle $100,000s depending on the area and a single family home can be purchased for under $400,000.
West Town residents generally swing over to Wicker Park for the nightlife and music venues for entertainment purposes. The Double Door and Subterranean are among the local favorites and several public parks around West Town give the neighborhood an awesome outdoor appeal. Wicker Park, located at Schiller & Damen Avenue, may be the most popular outdoor space for walking the dog or enjoying the fantastic summertime weather in Chicago, but the 207-acre Humbolt Park is without question the largest outdoor amenity anchoring the West Town neighborhood.
The CTA Blue Line services much of West Town with stops at Western and Milwaukee, North and Damen, and Chicago and Ogden. Major bus routes through West Town include the #9 bus running along Ashland Avenue, the #56 bus along Milwaukee, the #70 bus along Division, the #50 bus along Damen, and the #70 bus along Western. For more information on West Town real estate for sale in Chicago, Call us for a private showing Toll Free (844) SEE-CHICAGO
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Listing information last updated on January 19th, 2019 at 12:51pm CST.