Horner Park

Horner Park

Chicago, Illinois Homes for Sale

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About Horner Park

Horner Park is a pocket neighborhood located in what is largely known as North Center or Irving Park. Horner Park largely consists of its namesake park, which features baseball fields, tennis courts, a playground, and more. To the park’s east is the neighborhood’s residential area, which is great for raising a family.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $149,900 to $1,099,000

Closed Prices: $200,000 to $1,765,000

Median Sale Price: $572,500

Average $ per sq ft: $280

Association Fee Ranges: $1946, $0, $96 to $391/mo

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

Age: 1893 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 1893 to 2021 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 6 Bathrooms

Getting Around Horner Park

Around Horner Park

Outside of the physical park and green space, Horner Park is mostly residential. Condominiums have popped up throughout the neighborhood over the last few years, though Horner Park largely consists of single-family homes as well as brick flat duplexes. All residences are located on the eastern side of the north branch of the Chicago River, which acts as a geographical barrier between the neighborhood and the park.

Horner Park's commercial area is small and located almost entirely on one street, North Rockwell. Here you can find a selection of quaint diners and independent fast casual options. Regardless, Chicago's northwest side offers a variety of fantastic restaurants of every different kind and they're just a short trip away from Horner Park.

Horner Park largely consists of families looking for a residential feel and tight-knit community. Horner Park boasts a very organized and close community that benefits from its location near a large, well run-park. Much like most of Chicago's northwest side, there are heavy Hispanic and Eastern European influences throughout.

Being mostly a residential area, Horner Park does not have much in the way of traditional nightlife. However, due to its location to the park there's still a lot to do at night, especially for families. Throughout the summer the park hosts many events including movies and concerts that are great for all ages.

Horner Park is an ideal spot to spend your Sundays. Between recreation sports leagues, a dog park, the various family oriented events or even just going for a stroll around the park's track, there's not much you cannot do outside on a Sunday in Horner Park. Also look out for Horner Park's annual block party, which makes for a friendly Sunday activity.

Locals Love

  • Location to park
  • Family filled neighborhood
  • Active community

Locals Don't Love

  • Owning a car is essential
  • Lack of parking
  • Lack of commercial options

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