Chicago, Illinois


Galewood is a neighborhood on the far west edge of Chicago, usually considered to be part of the Austin neighborhood. Galewood is interesting in its geography, which consists of four larger streets with commercial or industrial activity surrounding an expanse of friendly homes and schools that makes for a great family environment.

Homes in Galewood

Where To Live

All residences are located in the geographical heart of Galewood. The neighborhood is almost entirely single-family homes of various different styles. Most streets are quiet, tree-lined and filled with families, giving the area a very suburban feel. Take your pick of places along a few of the parks for great views of the city on one side, and nature on the other.

Around Galewood

Where To Eat

Like most neighborhoods, Galewood has a mix of small independent places as well as chain restaurants scattered along its borders. That doesn't mean Galewood doesn't have its collection of renowned culinary spots that locals hold in high regard. Take a look for a few small, yet highly rated pizza and Italian restaurants.

Friday Night Fun

Many locals like to spend a Friday night in Galewood at the neighborhood's popular movie theater. While Galewood is not a neighborhood known for its bars and clubs, there's no shortage options for going out in surrounding neighborhoods. Galewood also hold various nighttime nature walks for a more lesiurely Friday night.

The Perfect Sunday

Galewood is a well organized and close community which makes for a number of events that are perfect for Sundays. Join the local dog walk every weekend, or in the fall the scenic autumn walk that provides great fall visuals of the neighborhood. Those are just a small selection of the nature oriented organized activities in Galewood that would be perfect for any outdoors lover.

Living Here

Locals Love

Jobs in the area • Green space • Family environment

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