Lincoln Park in Chicago is known for it’s beautiful single family homes, everything from old greystones to sleek contemporary newer construction. These homes can be built on 1 lot or up to 8 lots as the virtual mansion that was built on Burling St. near Armitage. Eight continuous lots in Lincoln Park would be hard to come by today so I do not think we will see another single family home of that caliber anytime soon and certainly not in the $3,000,000 price range.

Lincoln Park is one of the wealthy communities you can live, most single family Lincoln Park homes start at at least $1 million and some as high as $10 million. Take a look at this page if you would like more information about Lincoln Park Chicago Real Estate Properties. So what does a $3M Lincoln Park home look like?

Let’s take a look…

Our #1 house is located at 1911 N. Fremont St. priced at $3,100,00

This home has been sold $2,600,000



Our #2 house is 2130 N. Seminary priced at $3,200,000


This home has been sold $3,022,500


Our #3 house is 825 W. Belden priced at $3,200,000

This home is off the market

To view all single family Lincoln Park homes check out one of the pages below


Single Family $400,000 - $1,000,000 Single Family $1,000,000 - $2,000,000 Single Family $2,000,000 plus

Lincoln Park is a highly desirable neighborhood in Chicago, it borders five other neighborhoods, Lakeview to the North, North Center to the Northwest, Logan Square to the West, West Town (or Ukranian Village) to the Southwest, and Near North to the South.

A couple of former residents that have lived in Lincoln Park:

Mother Francis Xavier Cabrini, she lived at 2520 N. Lakeview, now the site of the brand new Luxury condos Lincoln Park 2550.

Henry Joseph Darger, Jr., He lived at 851 W. Webster, (a large single family home last sold in 2005) a reclusive artist that worked as a janitor at Children’s Memorial hospital.

Charlie Chaplin lived at 2800 N. Pine Grove in the penthouse. This is actually the start of the Lakeview neighborhood but close enough. He lived in a building called the Brewster, the whole top floor. The Brewster is a very interesting Chicago building and if you ever get a chance to take a look I would highly recommend it.

Lincoln Park contains many upscale shops, boutiques, restaurants, bookstores, and coffee shops. It is also home to the Lincoln Park ZooLincoln Park Zoo as well as DePaul University, Second City, and The Steppenwolf Theater.

Some neighborhoods within Lincoln Park are Old Town, Old Town Triangle, Park West, West DePaul and Wrightwood.


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