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Luxury Bucktown Homes For Sale
These affluent Bucktown homes for sale encompass everything that you'd expect in an upscale residence. Each of these residences have been professionally arranged with chic contemporary design elements and lavish amenities. Dramatic fireplaces, intimate lighting, open-concept floorplans, solid wood flooring, private parking, and top-of-the-line appliances are just some of the desirable features that are integrated in nearly every home.
Bucktown has been a part of Chicago's rich downtown history for generations. What started out as a settlement for Polish farmers because a thriving artist colony, and is now a sought-after locale for arts and culture. Although its historic roots run deep, homes in Bucktown are anything but antiquated. Many of the older, more historic homes have been beautifully refreshed to create a sense of sophisticated Old World charm. Other mature residences have been redeveloped with beautiful new infill homes reinvent their properties and surrounding streetscape. These gorgeous new homes are inspired by the traditional brownstone facades and architecture that's traditionally characteristic of Bucktown and Chicago, but with a twist of modern flair tied into the designs. Whether you prefer an ultra-modern home with edgy floorplans or a more contemporary yet refined upscale abode, you'll find it all in these offerings of Bucktown homes.
Living In Bucktown, Chicago IL
While Bucktown is primarily a residential community, there are still plenty of places to shop, socialize, and indulge along Armitage Ave and Damen Ave. Children can attend the nearby Pulaski International School of Chicago, which specializes in academic excellence and international education. While shops along the popular commercial corridors offer a great selection of unique products and services, many of the nation's top retail chains can be found adjacent to the Kennedy Expressway, between the highway and the North Branch Chicago River.
This community is conveniently located near a variety of primary commuter routes, including the Kennedy Expressway, Milwaukee Avenue, North Avenue, and Western Avenue, which make for easy commuting in and around the city. There's also a nearby train and subway station at opposite ends of the community from one another, while several bus routes serve the area as well.