Roscoe Village is 5 miles from downtown Chicago. It’s a pocket neighborhood within the larger North Center neighborhood, and it’s often referred to as a” village within the city”.
Roscoe Village is thriving with a mix of independently-owned shops and cute cafes that help give this walkable neighborhood a small-town feel. There are so many families with young children that many locals call Roscoe Village the “stroller capital” of the city.
It’s easily accessible through transportation and walkable; there are great schools and the businesses and restaurants are geared towards accommodating young families. And don’t forget the village knows how to throw a block party and festival!
Roscoe Village is part of the larger neighborhood of North Center. Roscoe Village’s borders are Addison Street to the north, Belmont Avenue to the south, Ravenswood to the east and the Chicago River to the west.
Roscoe Village is a wonderful neighborhood with great public and private schools, making it the perfect place to raise a family in the city. There are so many couples choosing to plant roots in Roscoe Village that everyone jokes about how many strollers are out in the neighborhood. This neighborhood is all about the young family starting out, if you love children and dogs, this is the place for you.
Homes are mostly classic frame and brick. Price range for single-family homes: $490,000 to $1,950,000. Median home sale $1.2M.