Current Prices: $169,000 to $725,000
Closed Prices: $118,000 to $1,025,000
Median Sale Price: $407,500
Average $ per sq ft: $518
Association Fee Ranges: $98 to $288/mo, $0
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1890 to 2022
Sq. Ft.: 156 to 5300 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 5 Bathrooms
Many of the homes offered here are in a traditional, no-nonsense style. Townhouses and condos are common, and the small brick homes here can accommodate all kinds of residents. Homeowners near the western border of the neighborhood have convenient access to Mayfair Park as well as a Blue Line station, I-90, and I-94, though traffic can be heavy. Residents of the eastern end are closer to businesses, restaurants, and bus stops on Lawrence Avenue and Pulaski Road.
Mayfair offers a wide variety of cuisines for locals and visitors to enjoy. Many of the best restaurants can be found on the north end of the neighborhood along Lawrence Avenue. Whether you're seeking the rich spice blend in Peruvian cuisine, the tangy kick of a Korean dish, or the comfort of Middle Eastern fare, Mayfair is sure to have an eatery to meet your craving.
Mayfair is home to a friendly community that’s welcoming to newcomers. The neighborhood’s laid-back atmosphere attracts residents looking to settle down a short distance from the action. While it may not be in the heart of Chicago's party district, Mayfair has enough going on to attract a social crowd.
The bars and pubs in the area welcome a tight-knit and familiar customer base that reflects the community’s friendly energy. Most patrons dropping in for a drink are locals, always up for a cocktail and some relaxed conversation. Music fans can always find a karaoke night while film enthusiasts can visit Mayfield Park for Chicago's "Movies in the Park" series.
Pass through one of the street markets to pick up a seafood lunch or some fresh spices to cook with throughout the week. Continue shopping without breaking the bank at any of the neighborhood’s discount shopping outlets, which feature a range of styles at reasonable prices. If you’ve still got energy to burn, Mayfield Park hosts a number of recreational activities with a basketball court, two baseball fields, a spray pool, and a field house.
- Proximity to nature
- Access to the highway
- Access to Blue Line and O'Hare airport
Locals Don't Love
- Traffic noise from the highway
- Distance to Lake Michigan
- Cold weather limits park activities
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