Start an Avondale real estate search and see the fun and diverse neighborhood on Chicago’s Northwest Side. The area is traditionally home to both large Polish and Latin American, especially Puerto Rican, communities. These influences give the area a very distinctive flavor. Where else can you go to a pierogi buffet at Red Apple within a few blocks of a traditional Mexican bakery called Azucar Delights? You’ll also find great pubs and local breweries, like Revolution Brewery. Milwaukee Avenue is the place to go for authentic Polish sausage. The arts and theatre scenes are thriving, too. Avondale is being recognized as one of Chicago’s coolest neighborhoods, most recently in 2017 by Lonely Planet.
If you’re looking to buy Avondale real estate, you have lots of options for styles and price points. There are affordable condos and single family homes, both new and historic construction. If you’re on the market for a bit more luxury, there are several new condo buildings that might take your fancy, along with detached houses. New construction tends toward the modern and minimalist, without compromising on elegant finishes like hardwood floors, stone countertops, open floor plans, and elegant master suites.
Avondale Chicago is a great place for commuters. There are several bus lines that run through the community, as well as two Blue Line stations, and the Kennedy Expressway. Avondale appeals to families, young professionals, as well as retirees, because it’s a more affordable neighborhood than some of the areas it borders. For schools, parents can opt for the highly respected Carl von Linne School, with its gifted and dual language programs, as well as a school garden and emphasis on the arts. There are also many good parochial schools run by local Catholic churches.
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