- Current Prices:$194,000 to $1,490,000
- Closed Prices:$102,000 to $1,599,000
- Median Sale Price:$380,501
- Average $ per sq ft:$258
- Association Fee Ranges:$0,$126 to $421/mo
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
- Age:1876 to 2017
- Sq. Ft.:425 to 6,000Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:1 to 7Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:1 to 5Bathrooms
- Lot Sizes: - 1 acres
Andersonville is a neighborhood in Chicago, Illinois. This area includes a combination of new residences and homes dating back to 1896.
Where to Live
Living closer to the commercial district on Clark Street will have you right in the thick of neighborhood activity, from festivals to just your average Saturday night out. For a quieter experience, residents can head a bit closer to the lakefront, or west of Clark.
Where to Eat
Andersonville is often lauded for its lack of chain restaurants, giving the area a more distinctive feel. The main strip of restaurants is located on Clark Street, with everything available from traditional Swedish cuisine to trendier bars and brew houses. Hamburger Mary's is a neighborhood staple, known for its kitschy ambiance and delicious food.
What You'll See
Independently owned specialty shops frequented by a diverse local crowd. Andersonville is home to one of the city's largest gay and lesbian populations, driving the local bar and retail scene. Don't expect to see crazy crowds of bar-hoppers, but you can expect a long wait at the popular brunch spots.
Friday Night Fun
Andersonville isn't your scene if you're one for clubbing, but the many bars dotting Clark Street have a friendly neighborhood feel that makes for a fun night. Head to a craft beer house for dinner and drinks with friends, followed by a show at the theater in Hamburger Mary's. Thanks to the community's Swedish history, a few dive bars even serve “glogg” in the winter, a traditional mulled wine.
The Perfect Sunday
Head to M. Henry for some of the best brunch on the North Side, then go for a stroll through the commercial district in search of eccentric shopping finds. Check out the city's biggest feminist bookstore, Women & Children First, or experience authentic Swedish cuisine at any number of nearby bakeries.
The unique, non-chain restaurants • The neighborhood history • The locally owned shops • It’s easier to have a car here • Family friendly.
Locals Don't Love
Pricier local food and shopping • Far proximity from CTA train lines.
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