Edison Park

Edison Park

Chicago, Illinois Homes for Sale

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About Edison Park

This classic neighborhood reflects the development of Chicago's values. Notable businesses and home-style culinary delights make Edison Park a favorite amongst locals and tourists alike. This nostalgic feeling is combined with a semi-suburban environment, creating a unique lifestyle for professionals and longtime residents alike.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $115,000 to $795,000

Closed Prices: $114,000 to $1,005,000

Median Sale Price: $392,000

Average $ per sq ft: $259

Association Fee Ranges: $200/quarter, $313, $0 to $390/mo, $0

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

Age: 1889 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 1889 to 2021 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 5 Bathrooms

Getting Around Edison Park

Around Edison Park

The northwest side of Edison Park is considered one of the most serene neighborhoods in Chicago. Living close to Olmsted Avenue is advisable for commuters with the fast and reliable services of the Edison Park Metra. The shops and restaurants in this area make it a unique vantage point for all city dwellers.

Family-style restaurants near Northwest Highway are numerous and popular amongst neighborhood residents. These small restaurants feature a variety of Italian and continental dining options. Edison Park features multi-ethnic cuisine and locally loved casual dining venues. Pastry shops and cafes are plentiful near Avondale Avenue and make for a great afternoon snack.

Unique areas such as the ten-acre Olympia Park and craft workshops offer terrific forms of entertainment for groups of all sizes. There are numerous amusements available throughout the neighborhood. Because of the semi-suburban feel in this part of Chicago, residents who tend to appreciate these kinds of resources and amenities move to Edison Park. Overall, this is a welcoming and friendly neighborhood.

Edison Park features an exciting nightlife with bars and small restaurants offering weekend drink promotions and specials. Classic Italian restaurants and pizza vendors make for a great place to enjoy a night out with close friends along Northwest Highway. After a casual beginning to the evening, locals enjoy unique cultural events and special events at restaurants and bars.

Strolling in Edison Park is a quiet and peaceful activity that residents enjoy. A Sunday foray into the small shopping complexes scattered throughout the neighborhood is the norm in this Edison Park. The crowd in this neighborhood typically enjoys a game of bowling and some classic Italian pizza before engaging in a community group or event in this family-centric urban neighborhood.

Locals Love

  • A variety of casual dining options
  • Abundance of family friendly services
  • Proximity to the City.

Locals Don't Love

  • Fewer organized events compared to surrounding neighborhoods.
  • Highway congestion during peak hours
  • Traffic to and from O’Hare airport

Neighborhood Reviews

2 Reviews
4.5

Great downtown

Telly M
Edison Paek has some great housing options. The last Chicago neighborhood before you get to the burbs, it's has a great downtown and a Metra stop for easy commute to the city.

The Chicago's Best and Safest neighborhood for families!

edmond l
with treelined streets wonderful parks and entertainment what more could you ask for when looking for a place to raise you family! also metra/blueline/expressways all at your fingertips, not to forget top rated schools in the city and zero crime.
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