This charming 1937 English Tudor is on a wide 30' x 125' lot in the North Park community of Chicago. Surrounded by parks, this three bedroom, two and a half bath home has hardwood flooring throughout, and has been updated through the years. Recent updates include new plumbing, updated electric service, central air, new windows and roof, and updated kitchen and baths. The yard is professionally landscaped and is only one block from nearby Peterson Park. Close to North Park University and Northeastern Illinois University, this North Park home offers a neighborhood feel, with plenty of dining and entertainment options.
The North Park community is one of the 77 defined community areas within the City of Chicago. It has its history built in Swedish immigrants, but today, North Park has been adopted by American newcomers. The area is primarily residential, and the housing inventory is mostly single-family homes with small to mid-size condo and apartment buildings mixed in. Settled between Foster Avenue on the south and Devon Avenue on the north, North Park is home to both Northeastern Illinois University and North Park University. The Swedish heritage in the community comes out in restaurants such as Tre Kronor, known for its Swedish pancakes, sausage, and the use of dill in their recipes. North Park also features the Bohemian National Cemetery, where the man who rented to Mrs. O’Leary (and her cow) is buried, as well as Peterson and Hollywood Parks which are both woodsy escapes on the North Side.
If you or someone you know is thinking about buying or selling in the North Park neighborhood, or any neighborhood in Chicago, call Kevin Van Eck or Kim Kerbis from Lake Effect Real Estate with @properties!
# # #
Lake Effect Chicago Real Estate was founded by Kim Kerbis and Kevin Van Eck of @properties in Chicago. They provide concierge-style service for all types of residential property, with a focus on buyer representation, property resales, and developments.