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Wrigleyville Homes for Sale
The neighborhood of Wrigleyville has been home to many famous people over the years, including baseball legend Ernie Banks, singer/songwriter Prince, and actor Tom Hanks. Today, this area is known for its restaurants, bars, and shopping.
Average home prices in Wrigleyville
The average price per square foot for single family homes in Wrigleyville is $419 (as of July 2022). This means that an average house costs $1,974,584 (again, as of July 2022 - see charts below for live, updated stats).
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Wrigleyville real estate market trends
Wrigleyville has been one of the hottest neighborhoods in Chicago since the 1990s. It's not only home to the Cubs baseball team, but now it’s also known as the “it” neighborhood for young professionals.
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More to explore in Wrigleyville
If you’re looking for a new home in Wrigleyville, there are plenty of options available. You can find everything from condos to townhomes to lofts. There are even some homes with private pools in the larger Lake View neighborhood!
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How to buy a house in Wrigleyville
Buying a home in Wrigleyville is an exciting process. It’s also one of the biggest purchases you will make in your life. That’s why it’s so important to do your research before making any decisions. Start by finding out what part of the neighborhood you want to live in. Do you prefer a quiet residential block or a bustling commercial view? Are you interested in living near parks or shopping centers? Once you know what type of atmosphere you want to live in, start searching for houses or condos in that area.
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If you’re looking for a home in Wrigleyville, there are several things you should consider when choosing a property. First, you need to decide whether you want a detached or attached home. A detached home has its own yard while an attached home shares a common wall (and/or ceilings & floors) with another residence. You might also want to think about how much space you need for parking. Finally, you should consider the size of the lot. Larger lots tend to cost more than smaller ones.
Living in Wrigleyville
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