Roscoe Village Real Estate
Surrounded by antique shops, parks, playgrounds, laid-back taverns and chic brunch spots, the residential real estate offerings in Chicago’s Roscoe Village have the virtue of being both trendy and homey. This north side ward’s quiet streets are not only perfect for morning strolls, they’re are lined with vintage single-family homes, duplexes, three story walk-ups, new construction condominiums and even loft conversions. If you’re a home shopper looking for easy access to the Downtown Loop's hustle-and-bustle but a quiet, peaceful streets to retire to at the end of the day, Roscoe Village just might be the neighborhood in the Windy City you’ve been looking for.
Roscoe Village Neighborhood Information
On Saturday and Sunday morning, spot groups of people enjoying brunch at one of the many outdoor patios, taking their dogs for a walk on the tree lined streets, or enjoying company at one of many parks and playgrounds. Roscoe Village has many high-end boutiques, antique shops, and coffee houses. There are also many dance studios, Tai Chi and Karate schools, and galleries, as well as smaller clubs that offer open poetry nights and live music to fill residents' hobbies. There are also many individually owned shops and restaurants.
Roscoe Village Accessibility
Bounded by Addison Street, Ravenswood and Belmont Avenues and the Chicago River, and situated between the larger neighborhoods of North Center and Lakeview, Roscoe Village is conveniently located only a few minutes from the Kennedy expressway and street parking is abundantly available. It’s serviced by several CTA bus routes and commuters can also hop on the Brown L Train running into the Downtown Loop and out to Ravenswood.