Old Town real estate
Old Town, a charming tree-lined neighborhood located on Chicago’s north side, is bounded by Division St (1200 N) on the south, North Ave (1600 N) on the north, Clark St (100 W) on the east and Clybourn Ave and Larrabee St (600 W) on the west.
Old Town is often confused with its more affluent and settled northern neighbor, the Old Town Triangle, which is actually a part of Lincoln Park.
The great majority of the housing stock in Old Town consists of owner-occupied homes and condos, primarily in low-rise buildings. Rental housing is limited, although you can find the occasional home or condo available for rent, and a few apartments in smaller buildings. The historic residential blocks are beautifully lined with restored homes, small cottages, converted townhomes, and new single family homes.
Along Wells Street, the specialty boutiques offering eclectic and designer clothing and handmade crafts from awning-covered storefronts define the Old Town neighborhood. Restaurants and bars of all manner round out the scene.
The Old Town Triangle has been the venue for the Old Town Art Fair since 1949. Each year in June it draws more than 250 accomplished artists and an estimated 50,000 visitors.
The Wells Street Art Festival, which also takes place in June, attracts a less well-known group of artists but has typically served up better music and food from Wells Street’s many restaurants.
If you’re a beer aficionado, the 3-day Craft Beer Festival at St Michael’s is a must-attend event.
$17,000,000 : 1516 N Lake Shore Drive, CHICAGO10 beds, 7 part baths
$15,000,000 : 924 N Clark Street, CHICAGO6 beds, 6 full, 3 part baths
$14,500,000 : 1336 N State Parkway, CHICAGO5 beds, 5 full, 4 part baths
$12,500,000 : 9 W Walton Street ,Unit Number 2900, CHICAGO5 beds, 5 full, 1 part baths
$11,000,000 : 1547 N Dearborn Parkway, CHICAGO12 beds, 12 full, 1 part baths
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(all data current as of 10/9/2015)
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