Ravenswood Home Search April 23, 2024
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Ravenswood IL Homes & Real Estate

Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Ravenswood, IL.

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Living in Ravenswood, Chicago: A Family Neighborhood with Old World Charm

Ravenswood is a Chicago neighborhood located to the northwest and situated between Montrose (South), Foster Avenue (North), Clark (East) and The Chicago River (West). Once known as German neighborhood you can find plenty of authentic German Restauarants and Bakeries, but recently it has became popular with young couples seeking a little more space to raise their families and for the excellent neighborhood school in the Chicago Public School system. There are also some excellent bilingual education programs located near Ravenswood like the The Lycee Francais and The Germanan International School of Chicago (GISC).  If you want to search homes that fall within the top rated Chicago Public School Districts Ravenswood Elementary School, you can search here: Ravenswood Elementary Neighborhood School Boundary.  If you want to learn more about the Chicago Public Schools Selective Enrollment Process, please check out the Education Blog Here.

Neighboring Communities

People also search for homes in Lincoln Square, North Center, and Lakeview.

Transportation

While only a few miles from downtown, the drive into Chicago is relatively quick (depending on traffic, of course). Public transport is extensive and is easy to get around the city with mulitple bus routes (49 Western, 11 Lincoln, 22 Clark Street and 81 Lawrence), and from the Metra stop between Lawrence and Ravenswood. The Brownline of the CTA starts on Lawrence, but has two stops in the Ravenswood area for easy access. If one is interested in cycling, the city has a variety of bikeways along major highways and a large DIVVY rental station.

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