Belmont Gardens

Belmont Gardens

Chicago, Illinois Homes for Sale

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About Belmont Gardens

Belmont Gardens is a small neighborhood that blends Avondale, Hermosa, and Logan Square on the northwest side of Chicago. As one of the fastest growing and most revitalized areas of the city, it’s taking in new occupants nearly every day. It is also one of the youngest neighborhoods in the city, making it a neighborhood easily associated with the arts and creativity.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $272,000 to $499,000

Closed Prices: $100,000 to $585,000

Median Sale Price: $320,000

Average $ per sq ft: $263

Association Fee Ranges: $142 to $424/mo, $0

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1918 to 2007

Sq. Ft.: 650 to 3600 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 5 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 4 Bathrooms

Getting Around Belmont Gardens

Around Belmont Gardens

This neighborhood strikes a balance with residential and commercial areas, just like many of Chicago’s bustling northwest side neighborhoods. Due to its recent influx of residents and businesses, there are many newer buildings, including condominiums that offer modern interiors in an urban setting. Other residences are often recently rehabbed to offer similar luxuries without losing exterior character.

Restaurants in Belmont Gardens are eclectic, mixing in new and old, fast service and sit-downs, and cuisines from places near and far. Many of the city’s highly-rated restaurants line up and down popular Milwaukee Avenue. Often vibrant, these original eats offer anything from gastropubs to classic burgers.

Blending original residents and a new wave of creative people, this neighborhood promises a artistic experience. The area has anyone from students and people who have been in the area for years. No two residents are the same in Belmont Gardens.

Friday nights are lively in the Belmont Gardens area, ranging from craft beer microbreweries to the nearby historic Logan Theater. Or, because so many creative types live in the area, go visit an art gallery or a local concert.

Brunch spots sprinkle throughout Belmont Gardens, making an ideal Sunday morning or afternoon to catch up with friends. For something more low-key, the various bookstores in the area offer a great opportunity to curl up and read. And when it’s nice out, spend an afternoon at Kosciuszko Park to swim, play tennis, or join them for their “Movies in the Park” summer series.

Locals Love

  • Access to public transportation
  • Heavy on culture
  • Popular, bustling area

Locals Don't Love

  • Heavy construction
  • Lack of parking
  • Rising rent

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