Lakeview's Southport Corridor

Make this your next home!

Just north of Irving Park road, but only steps from the convenience of the Southport Cooridor. Commuters access both Red and Brown lines.

2BR/2BA on a high first floor steps from the shopping district and restaurtants of the Southport Cooridor - Close to Wrigley field, but not too close.  Great light with a wall of western facing windows and some east exposure for morning light.  Open concept living space with a great room feel. Kitchen has stainless steel appliances, task lighting, good work space and room for a dining table.  Spacious master suite with double sinks and room for a king size bed!  Second bedroom uses the hall full bath.  Porch off the back with room for a table.  Assigned parking space. Hardwood floors throughout, and freshly painted. Dog friendly.

Large Master Bedroom 

Master bath , en suite 

Second bedroom


2 Bedroom / 2 Bath with deck and parking!

Exclusively listed by Maureen Moran

Lakeview's Southport Corridor

It's all here - shop, eat, play, repeat!

Now one of the largest neighborhoods on Chicago’s north side, Lakeview was first settled by farming families from Luxembourg, Germany and Sweden.  One of the first permanent buildings was the Hotel Lake View where West Sheridan meets Lake Shore Drive. In 1889 Lakeview township was annexed into the city to accommodate the public services required to support the fast growing and large community which originally had a span of Diversey to north to Devon Avenue, Western Avenue to the lakefront.  Today there are still many neighborhoods within Lakeview.

North Lake Shore Drive is lined with a mix of Beaux Arts and Vintage co-op and condominium buildings, high rises built mid to late century offering a mix a architecture and a high density capacity.  Inland you will find many walk up buildings built in the late 1880’s and 90’s.  The area just to the west and south of Wrigley you will find some wider lot and a beautiful collection of greystone 2 unit buildings ~ many since converted to single family homes.  A favorite street to many is the historic Alta Vista which was built by a developer in 1904 who was inspired by rowhomes in London.

Commute time in 20 minutes to the loop, 30 minutes to O’Hare and Midway.