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Lincoln Park is one of the most famous neighborhoods in Chicago, and those who are considering relocating to Lincoln Park will find quite a few things to love about this area. From the types of homes available to the location, Lincoln Park really does have quite a bit to offer those who want to make it their new home.
Lincoln Park is quite beautiful, and the residential streets have a certain charm that you will not find in other areas. The streets have large trees that provide shade during the day, historic homes, and a host of options for those who are thinking about buying in the area. Prospective homebuyers will be able to choose from a number of options.
Because of the wide range of housing options in Lincoln Park, just about everyone is going to be able to find a property that they are going to be able to enjoy. You can find some beautiful single-family homes, townhomes, and condominiums. The luxury condos are quite popular, but others might prefer trying to get into a home that has some history behind it.
The cost of the properties here varies, naturally. Because of this though, it means that you can find a place to live in the Lincoln Park, even if you have a modest income. Of course, for those who have a bit more cash, veritable mansions are available as well.
The Beautiful Location
The homes are certainly one of the reasons that so many people love the Lincoln Park area, but it is not the only reason. This area of Chicago is one that has a lot of charm and beauty, not to mention things to do. Because residents are so close to Lake Michigan, enjoying the water is always an option. The area has trails that you can walk or jog, and some wonderful places to visit. The Lincoln Park Conservatory is a favorite of residents who love the botanical paradise it offers.
Another one of the spots that is popular with residents, as well as visitors, is the Lincoln Park Zoo. This great zoo has all of the animals you love, from snakes to bears and apes. Adults and kids alike are going to love the place, and it is sure to be one of the places that you want to visit whenever you have guests come in from out of town.
Satisfy Your Cravings
When hunger strikes, you will find a plethora of great options available to satisfy just about any craving that you might have. Lincoln Park boasts more bars and restaurants per capita than the rest of the city, Chicago’s Pizza & Oven Grinder, Rose Angelis & Gemini Bistro to name a few.
As you can see, Lincoln Park has some wonderful options for those who want to live in the area. It’s a community that truly has a lot to offer.