Pullman

Pullman

Chicago, Illinois Homes for Sale

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About Pullman

Pullman is a historic neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago enriched with beautiful architecture and notable landmarks. Much of Pullman is a Chicago landmark district that shows off outstanding architecture and historic Chicago homes that will interest anyone. While the neighborhood has gone through some changes recently, much of it is still preserved as a blast from the past.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $17,000 to $260,000

Closed Prices: $65,000 to $249,000

Median Sale Price: $155,000

Average $ per sq ft: $113

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $408/mo, $0

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

Age: 1875 to 2007

Sq. Ft.: 1875 to 2007 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 2 to 5 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 3 Bathrooms

Getting Around Pullman

Around Pullman

Pullman is notable for its unique and historic architecture, with the oldest houses still standing dating back to the 1890s. Since the 1990s, there's been a huge push to restore these homes, meaning most not only come with an unforgettable past but also the amenities for modern comfort. The Pullman Historic District is a favorite for those moving into the neighborhood, where you'll find ornate homes and streets that make you feel you've walked decades into the past. Several Metra train stations can be found on the western border of the neighborhood for those who commute to the Loop.

Pullman doesn’t offer a great many dining options, but a few local favorites can be found in the area serving American comfort classics as well as a few chain restaurants. Enjoy a hearty breakfast at Cal-Harbor Restaurant & Lounge in a casual diner setting.

Pullman is one of the more diverse neighborhoods in an already diverse city. The neighborhood is home to many families and retirees who have lived in the neighborhood for generations. That doesn't mean it's an insular area, however – many people are drawn to the historic nature of the neighborhood, which explains Pullman's eclectic atmosphere.

There are a few bars in the area if you're looking to unwind with a drink, but Friday nights spent in Pullman are usually low-key. The Historic Pullman Foundation offers various events throughout the year including the popular candlelight tour of historic Pullman houses decorated for the holidays.

Golfers will enjoy Pullman's location next to a world-class course, Harborside International Golf Center. In the fall, the neighborhood holds the annual Historic Pullman House Tour where residents open their doors to anyone interested in having a look inside some of the neighborhood's oldest yet most beautiful structures, all while enjoying live music and great food.

Locals Love

  • Historic vibe
  • Near the expressway
  • Affordable homes

Locals Don't Love

  • Lack of public transportation
  • Lack of restaurants and bars

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