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Ravishing in Ravenswood: Chicago home asks $2.395M

Step inside 4419 N. Seeley Avenue. Located in Chicago’s Ravenswood neighborhood, the single-family home features luxury finishes throughout, set on oversized 33.5 ft x 175 ft lot. The classic exterior is clad in Chicago style brick and limestone, and includes a large yard and outdoor entertaining space — offering a slice of suburban life in the city. The stylish 6 bedroom, 4.5 bedroom is currently asking $2,395,000 on the market. For more information on 4419 N. Seeley, contact Mary Beth Malone (@properties) 312-342-0496.


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This 7,200 sqft Home Makes Us Wish We Had $4M

This lovely 7,200-square-foot home located at 4207 N Greenview Ave. in Graceland West is a dream home. 

The home features 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. This custom built 4 level home is flooded natural sunlight. The yard is absolutely ginormous! The home also features a 3 car heated custom garage.

Is outdoor space your thing? This home features a 1,500-square-foot roof deck. The home also features a gym, media room, game room, wine room, laundry room, and guest suite. This place is just a walk away from all of the Southport stores!

Check out the spiffy home below:

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What a pretty place! Look at that yard. This home will give you the feeling of living in the suburbs but with city perks.


Anchored by a beautiful stretch of shoreline to the east and dotted with train stops from two ‘L’ lines, Lakeview is one of Chicago’s liveliest and most accessible neighborhoods. Several distinct areas — East Lakeview, Central Lakeview, Boystown and Wrigleyville — meld together to form a lakefront community that celebrates diversity and boasts something for every type of visitor.Hit the bustling commercial districts along Belmont Avenue, Lincoln Avenue, Southport Avenue, Clark Street, Halsted Street and Broadway Street to shop — be it for vintage frocks, designer jeans or leather biker gear — or live it up with the locals at the seemingly endless options for bars and pubs, and the dozens of celebrated restaurants in between.Arts and culture come in the form of live music venues, several summer street festivals and a thriving scene for theater, dance and comedy (Belmont Theater District is a stellar collection of nearly 20 independent companies).

Not to be outdone by its extraordinary entertainment landscape, Lakeview makes full use of its slice of Lincoln Park, a 1,200-acre oasis dedicated to the outdoors. Here you will find the scenic Lakefront Trail, a golf course and driving range, a boat harbor, a bird sanctuary, tennis courts and grassy playing fields that are also perfect for picnics or just soaking in the views.



4 Great Edgewater 2 Bedroom Rentals You Can Afford!

Edgewater is one of Chicago’s up and coming neighborhoods and you better believe that neighborhood has plenty of perks! From beautiful homes to lovely shops, you won’t miss out on any fun. Plus, you’re near the lake! What more could you ask for during the Chicago summer heat?

In case you were looking for 2 bedroom apartments in the Edgewater area, we are here to show you 5 of our favorite picks!

Get the details of the 5 great Edgewater 2 bedroom rentals you can afford below:

1.) 1544 W Glenlake Ave –  $1,575/mo
This stunning, gut rehabbed building has large 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. There is an elevator in the building so you know carrying groceries won’t be a hassle.


2.) 6101 N Sheridan Rd Apt 7C – $1,625/mo
This beautiful condo is on the 7th floor so you know you have a great views of the lake. Just Steps Away from CTA, you are close to downtown, Loyola University and of course, the lake.


3.) 5536 N Winthrop Ave. $1,525/mo
This condo has plenty of space for you and someone else! fireplace so you can keep yourselves warm during these cold Chicago winters. The breakfast nook is what stole our hearts.
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4.) 1451 W Balmoral Ave. $1,550/mo
From the huge living space to the exposed brick, this is a steal deal.

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Living in one of Chicago’s awesome neighborhoods isn’t expensive! Which please is your style? We love the last one.