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Roscoe Village Chicago Neighborhood

Tucked between Lakeview, North Center and Avondale is the lovely North Side neighborhood of Roscoe Village. It is a family-oriented community with a good share of businesses and restaurants. Roscoe Village condos for sale are very nice pieces of real estate, as are the numerous single-family homes and other properties on the market.

Roscoe Village architecture is mainly brick residential dwellings that range from intimate walk-ups and Chicago bungalows to mid-rise complexes and courtyard buildings. Many places were built a hundred years ago and others sprouted up during a more recent wave of new construction development. The result is a wonderful mix of vintage residences and modern abodes. Most housing in Roscoe Village follows the traditional Chicago style of detached garage in the rear accessed by a back alley. This often leaves a bit of open land between the main building and garage for a small backyard or private outdoor space. The lots are enveloped in lush vegetation and tall leafy trees, making Roscoe Village a highly-prized Chicago neighborhood in which to live.

Roscoe Village condos for sale start in the low $200,000s but quickly jump to the high $200s for a one or two bedroom unit. There are quite a few loft-like condos available in the area, plus plenty of classic rehabs. Penthouses, duplexes and townhomes in Roscoe Village will bump the price up substantially. A three or four bedroom place with a one-car garage could easily cost $600,000 or $700,000 and there are properties in Roscoe Village for over $1 million.

The quaint nature of Roscoe Village has attracted a lot of independent establishments. There are several well-known restaurants in the area, in addition to fun bars and live entertainment venues. The Viaduct Theatre is a quirky spot where you can see “off-off-Broadway” productions and local thespian acts. Musically inclined talent can strut their stuff at Beat Kitchen, which is a small concert space with great grub to boot. Shows run every night and the lineup spans from Chicago bands to national groups. Beat Kitchen is a pretty popular hangout for Chicago music fans and with a full menu of comfort food favorites it’s always a Roscoe Village hot spot.

Roscoe Village is conveniently located on the Brown Line L train. It has two stops in the northeast corner of the neighborhood at Paulina and Addison. The main arteries for motorist travel and commercial activity are Belmont Avenue on the southern border, Lincoln Avenue to the east, Addison Street on the northern edge, and Western Avenue to the west. The neighborhood is about six miles northwest of Chicago’s downtown Loop in what was once a German and Swedish settlement between two large industrial pockets. Roscoe Village has since transitioned into a thriving upper middle class community with good schools, safe streets and first-rate condos for sale.

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