Chicago, Illinois


Montclare is a humble community on the Northwest Side of Chicago. Located well outside of downtown, the neighborhood offers a quiet atmosphere as well as convenient access to the Metra rail. Resident enjoy access to several green spaces as well as a variety of local and chain businesses.

Homes in Montclare

Where To Live

Those hoping to live near public transportation should look on the south end of the neighborhood near the Metra train station or along any of the main roads that have bus routes. Many of the homes in Montclare are the traditional, single-story bungalows common in Chicago. Many of these homes feature both a front and backyard, which is hard to come by in Chicago. Newer real estate in Montclare includes contemporary lofts and flats as well as condos with more modern architecture and design.

Around Montclare

Where To Eat

You will find lots of locally owned eateries, casual dining options, and fast food restaurants in Montclare. While you might have to travel farther into the city for fine dining, you will find a nice variety of comfort food in the neighborhood.

Friday Night Fun

There really isn't much nightlife in Montclare, so Friday nights in the neighborhood are fairly calm. If you do head out to eat or to a nearby bar, the waiting time is minimal, reservations are seldom required, and you might even run into someone you know.

The Perfect Sunday

Sunday is an excellent time to head over to Bricktown Square Shopping Center, where you can pick out a new outfit or some new home decor. Rutherford Sayre Park is another popular destination with sport courts and fields, a playground, and nature garden.

Living Here

Locals Love

The neighborly atmosphere • Minimal traffic • Easy street parking and most homes have a garage

Homes for Sale

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