Roscoe Village Homes For Sale
Located six miles northwest of the Loop, Roscoe Village is bound by Addison Street to the north, Belmont Avenue to the south, Lincoln Avenue to the east and the Chicago River on the west. One of Chicago's hidden gems it has an eclectic feel in a relaxed, laid-back setting. Roscoe homes for sale are situated on tree-lined residential streets. The yards are large enough for you to landscape or plant a garden. The place is a mix of modern and vintage World War II bungalows and two- and three-flat buildings. It also offers newer townhome developments and loft conversions.
The residents enjoy the convenience and proximity of neighborhoods like Lakeview and Lincoln and still manage to avoid the noise and clutter. A visit to the city just means a quick hop onto the expressway. Traveling to the loop is only a four-mile drive or a short train ride away. Proximity to the happening Lincoln Park ensures that an exciting night life is never far away. Most people prefer a quiet life riding their bikes or walking to Roscoe Street for a sandwich at Costello's or for a stroll through the boutiques. The antique shops along Belmont Avenue actually define and exemplify the charm of Roscoe. The Antique Row is a five-block stretch with the largest concentration of antique stores in the Midwest peopled with quaint boutiques and restaurants.
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