Chicago, Illinois


Sauganash is a community on the northern border of Chicago. Originally built in the early 20th century as a suburb to the increasingly crowded city center, Sauganash is still set apart by its diagonal streets and spacious lawns. The neighborhood is conveniently located for those who like to spend time outdoors, with several golf courses and forest preserves nearby in addition to Sauganash Park.

Homes in Sauganash

Where To Live

Sauganash’s beautiful, unique homes are often passed down from generation to generation. There are gorgeous brick bungalows and English Tudors dating back to the 1920’s that have influenced the style of most modern constructions in the area. This neighborhood is easily accessible by Metra rail, CTA buses, and the Edens Expressway, so it’s an ideal home for professionals looking for a quiet retreat, families who want urban access, and retirees desiring a calm neighborhood with many amenities.

Around Sauganash

Where To Eat

Sauganash has a vibrant culinary scene with locally-owned restaurants specializing in pizza, American comfort food, Asian cuisine, and Italian fine dining. Despite feeling like a suburb, it lacks the standard chains and shopping malls of other suburban areas, instead favoring the unique flavors of local business.

Friday Night Fun

While Sauganash doesn’t have much of a nightlife scene, there are a few places to grab a beer in the neighborhood. Alarmist Brewing & Taproom is one of them, offering tasty microbrews and plenty of seating.

The Perfect Sunday

Spend the day biking the Sauganash Trail, golfing at Billy Caldwell Golf Course, or picnicking near LaBagh Woods. Sauganash offers lots to do on a sunny afternoon. Even a simple stroll through the neighborhood’s tree-covered sidewalks could be the highlight of your Sunday.

Living Here

Locals Love

Peace and quiet • Friendly community • Proximity to forest preserves

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