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John Peterson - Realtor
Your Local Real Estate Expert
312-890-1174
RE/MAX Premier
Chicago, IL 60610
john.peterson@remax.net

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Shows fabulous homes on the far Northwest Side of Chicago with a range of prices.  Scroll right or left to find specific properties in your price range. Click on any specific property for detailed information and map of location.  Includes Edison Park, Norwood Park, and Wildwood.  Please Register, Call, or Email for help with any questions or to Set Up Showings.

Edison Park is named for inventor Thomas Edison and is Chicago’s farthest Northwest Side neighborhood, located about 13 miles from the downtown Loop. It has one of the city’s largest Irish populations and a community-minded culture that has attracted people to the area for generations. The area surrounding Edison Park’s Metra stop is where you’ll find most of the neighborhood’s retail shops and very active dining spots, some with live entertainment. This business area stands out from the residential blocks that have green grass lawns and well-kept gardens and sidewalks. Houses in Edison Park enjoy spacious lot sizes (typically 5 feet wider than the standard 25-foot Chicago properties) and some parts of the community boast lots with up to 50-foot widths and 150-foot depths. The extra space between dwellings creates a decidedly less urban feel and gives residents additional room to spread out. It is bounded by Devon Avenue to the south, Canfield Road to the west, St. Adalbert Cemetery to the east and Howard Street to the north.

The Northwest side's Norwood Park is unlike most neighborhoods within the city's limits in that it's residential area bucks the typical city grid pattern as it has winding roads, interspersed with angled streets and mini-subdivisions. The area is also filled with trees and other greenery, so "walking through the neighborhood's meandering streets is quite literally like a walk in the park."  It is known especially for its abundance of green lawns, parks, churchyards, and trees.  It is bounded by Niles & Devon Avenue on the north; Indian Road & Austin Avenue on the east; Bryn Mawr on the south; with Avondale and Harlem on the west

Wildwood is is a small neighborhood on the far northwest side that is bordered on the south and west by forest preserves. Mostly made up of tree-lined residential streets, giving the area a "unique, almost rural setting." It breaks from Chicago's traditional grid system  A majority of the neighborhood's streets are on a diagonal, and that, coupled with the tree-heavy setting, makes the community one of Chicago's more "suburban-feeling" areas having beautiful homes on tree-lined streets.


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