Those living in an Avondale home have everything they need close by and also easy access to downtown Chicago. Ideally situated in northwest Chicago, Avondale offers an appealing charm, working class roots, and a proud multicultural heritage. Find longtime residents as well as many newcomers who have found this to be an affordable area where it’s easy to get around. Take a walk and discover families out with strollers, people heading back to their Avondale home with shopping bags, and people reading books in the sun at the park.
There is plenty to do here and many tasty restaurants to try. There is a strong Polish presence, and residents can find such places as Kurowski’s Sausage Shop, Endy’s Deli, Red Apple, and Staropolska. Go for a stroll down Milwaukee Avenue to see what tasty Polish morsels you can find. There are many diner and fast food options here as well. Fast food chains and large retailers can be found along Kedzie and Kimball Avenues. Many other amazing restaurants can be found on Elston and Belmont Avenues. Some may not look like much, but often have lines of people waiting to grab a delicious meal. The food choices are not only tasty, but diverse. Find American, Japanese, Russian, Romanian, and Ecuadorian food. Munch on fish and chips and sip on craft beer with friends after work. If you’re looking for night life, there are theaters on Elston and Belmont as well as pubs, bars, dance clubs, and craft beer bars.
There are many choices and price points for Avondale real estate. Most of the residences here are attached homes, but there are single-family homes available. Prices start around $150,000 and go up to nearly $900,000. A median price would be just under $400,000. There are many places to get fresh air near any home. Enjoy some fresh air in Brands or Avondale Neighborhood Park and also find green spaces along the Chicago River. There are chances for children to play, to stop and read a book or magazine, and for people to play baseball or tennis.
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