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Princeton Park Real Estate and Neighborhood Information

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Flower gardens, open green lots and a mixture of homes dot the residential streets of the tiny Princeton Park neighborhood. The community is set in a nook created by the vital transportation arteries on Chicago's south side, which means Princeton Park residents have optimal commuting advantages into downtown and to other parts of the city. The neighborhood blocks are occupied with single-family houses and multi-unit residences that supply Chicagoans with a diverse set of real estate options. Most properties are older bungalows and ranches, however, there are refurbished flats and condos offering modern amenities and finishes.

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Princeton Park Real Estate

For such a small area, housing styles in Princeton Park do vary quite a bit, providing families with a good selection of properties to suit their needs. Brick bungalows, raised ranches, new construction townhomes, older one-story frame houses, and low-rise multi-unit residences are all found along the streets of this south side Chicago neighborhood. Princeton Park is unique because it is sort of spliced in half, with the avenues on one side circling about instead of conforming to the Chicago grid. Multiple multi-unit residence buildings are found along the curving streets of Princeton Park’s western section, while single-family detached homes occupy the eastern part. Large lots with green lawns and a smattering of trees add color and life to the vicinity.

The price range for single-family dwellings goes from $50,000 (for a tiny two-bedroom) to the low $200,000s (for a brand new house with three bedrooms). The condominiums and townhomes in Princeton Park range in price from $85,000 to $200,000. As you might imagine, these multi-unit dwellings run the gamut in condition, amenities, and living space. Many of the higher-end properties are brand new three-bedroom units planned for in beautiful brick vintage-style flats that offer refinished hardwood flooring and upgrades like granite countertops in the kitchens. Of course, not all older residences in Princeton Park neighborhood have been refurbished to provide contemporary living areas. Other units occupy houses split for duplexes that could use a little TLC, if you know what we mean.


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