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DePaul Real Estate and Neighborhood Information

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Situated in a pocket of Chicago's sought-after Lincoln Park neighborhood, the small enclave of DePaul, which rests just to the east of the DePaul University campus, boasts lofty housing values and exquisite residential architecture comparable to that of its big sister neighborhood. New construction condos and rehabs of old townhomes are a common sight in DePaul, however, the community is steeped in elegant traces of the Victorian era with stately brownstone walkups and towering hundred-year-old trees. The bursting commercial and entertainment options in Lincoln Park encircle the DePaul neighborhood, which still holds its own with a couple bars and a popular French restaurant that attracts customers from all over the city.

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These peaceful and pristine streets are sheltered by towering hundred-year-old trees where double- and single-strollers zip down sidewalks past many a jogger and dog-walker. The area is one of the most sought after when it comes to real estate. New constructions are in abundance, popping up in between the stately vintage buildings that remain from the days of old.

Really, just an extension of Lincoln Park, the residential blocks in DePaul neighborhood have charming beauty about them that captures the eye—and many times the heart—of many potential homeowners. Tightly-packed shaded lots house an architectural mix of well-maintained homes, most worth quite a bit of money. Two- and three-bedroom detached single-family homes start in the five and six-hundred thousands, but there are many options that raise the bar on residential property. Some of the most expensive lots in DePaul neighborhood include stately three- and four-story detached townhomes with five bedrooms that sell for between $1.6 and $3.1 million.

While the single-family dwellings are beautiful and highly desirable, many families and DePaul residents live quite comfortably in the condominiums and lofts that are also found within the neighborhood’s borders. For a one- or two-bedroom with a parking space, you can expect to pay at least $300,000, although you’d have to shop around for that sort of price. On the high end of the listings, you’ll find three-bedroom units with a two-car garage in the six and seven-hundred thousands.

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