Irving Park, Chicago Real Estate
Urban with a suburban feel. Irving Park is a historic community known for its single-family homes and condos for sale in a variety of vintage styles. Located on the NW side of Chicago and bounded by the Chicago river to the east, this neighborhood offers great places to eat, quiet streets, and convenient access to both downtown Chicago and O'Hare International Airport.
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Real Estate in Irving Park, Chicago
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Real Estate in Irving Park, Chicago
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Historic Homes For Sale in Irving Park, Chicago
Irving Park's leafy boulevards are absolutely teeming with lovingly preserved examples of turn-of-the-century architectural trends, from Queen Anne, Victorian, Foursquare, and Italianate houses, to prairie style bungalows inspired by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Since 1984, The Irving Park Historical Society has worked to maintain Irving Park's heritage. As a result the area retains its cozy, walkable atmosphere and boasts a number of registered historic places.
Notable Irving Park Communities
Old Irving Park - The historic soul of Irving Park. This area is a living museum of American architectural history. Alongside the attractive 19th century homes, the condos for sale in this area have also become increasingly popular. The perfect place if you're looking for a small-town feel near the heart of downtown Chicago.
The Villa District - A sub-section of Old Irving Park, this area has been a designated Chicago landmark since 1983. With its broad streets and characteristic style, it's not hard to see why.
Mayfair - The north-eastern tip of Irving Park. This richly diverse neighborhood borders the prestigious North Mayfair area.
Irving Park East / California Park - Bordered by the Chicago river, Irving Park East has great views and a host of green spaces. Great for pets and kids.
West Walker - Located in north-east Irving park, known for its well-supported art scene.
Kilbourn Park - Tucked away to the south-west, this area is slightly more industrial and similar to neighbouring Avondale than most of Irving Park.
Irving Park Condos For Sale
The 1960s also saw the addition to Irving Park real estate of many stately brick condominiums, especially along Keystone, Kedvale and Keeler avenues north of Irving Park Road.
While typically quite reserved, some of the older apartment buildings in Irving Park include long elegant courtyards, while others go all-out on art-deco and gothic-revival flourishes.
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Things To Do in Irving Park, Chicago
Irving Park manages to combine great nightlife with an atmosphere that's perfect for small families.
Born from its diverse profile, Irving Park features an amazing array of eateries and cultural attractions.
Notable restaurants include Arun's, featuring some of the best Thai cuisine in Chicago; Sabatino's, an Italian restaurant and local institution; and Smoque BBQ, for award-winning barbecue.
And if non-edible culture is more your thing, you can visit the Latvian Folk Art Museum, Irish American Heritage Center, or the Windy City Playhouse.
Irving Park - Neighborhood Landmarks and Attractions
Some notable landmarks in the Irving Park area include:
- Carl Schurz High School - an imposing example of prairie-style architecture.
- Steven Race House - the only remaining home of one of Irving Park's original founders.
- Lincoln Antique Mall - with 30 antique dealers, you're bound to find something special!
- Independence Park - one of the best neighborhood parks in the city.
- The Villa historic district - perhaps Irving Park's most well known area.
- St. Wenceslaus church - a curious example of Romanesque-Art Deco architecture.
- John Gray house - Built in 1856 by Cook County sheriff John Gray and believed to be part of the underground railroad.
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Listing information last updated on May 29th, 2020 at 5:50am CDT.