3626 N. Keeler Ave. is luxurious new construction in an unbeatable Old Irving Park location. 

This spacious Old Irving Park home features an estimated 3800 square feet of high-quality new construction with a contemporary flair and boasts 9-foot high ceilings on all levels. The property is a commuter's dream, conveniently located near a CPS Level 1+ school, the Irving Park Blue Line L stop, and the Grayland Metra station. 

Enter the striking front door to the main level, and you'll notice the flowing space, inviting you to enter the large living room, dining room, and high-end kitchen, which comes complete with professional appliances, stone countertops, a large breakfast island, and a custom-built pantry. Upstairs, you'll find three spacious bedrooms, all with custom-built closets. The gorgeous master suite features a soaking tub, separate shower, and a large walk-in closet. The convenient upstairs laundry room offers quartz countertops, stainless steel sink, and European-style cabinetry. The lower level includes a family room with loads of natural light, a wet bar with a wine cooler, two spacious bedrooms, another large bath, and plenty of storage, as well as comforting radiant heat. 

Throughout the home, you'll notice the elegant trim package, which includes the doors, hardware, and railings. The exterior of the property offers a front covered porch, Hardie siding, a large two-car garage, a fully landscaped yard, and a fenced-in backyard complete with a paved patio perfect for entertaining. 

For more information or to schedule your chance to see this stunning new build in person, don't hesitate to get in touch with Jason Finn and Kenneth Arrizola of the Real Group Real Estate team today. 

Photos after the break, and download the floor plans here

What are the Current Market Conditions for Ukrainian Village, Wicker Park, and All of West Town?

West Town refers to the large neighborhood northwest of the Loop, and is more commonly referenced by its sub-neighborhoods, which include Wicker Park, Ukrainian Village, River West, East Village, part of Bucktown, and Noble Square. Lively communities entrenched in diverse histories and languages, the homes in West Town reflect the hippest and most old-fashioned sides of Chicago, all at once.

Wicker Park, named for the beautiful park at its heart, welcomes artists, families, and foodies alike, and is home to trendy bars, galleries, theater spaces, and countless other quirky gems. You can get a cup of coffee from a number of different shops, most of which are independently owned and burst with eclectic charm.

Ukrainian Village is a more mellow choice. Lined with old trees and filled with classic brick architecture, “Uke Village,” as it's sometimes called, is home to lots of small family businesses, many of which have historically employed Ukrainian or Russian as a first language. Ukrainian Village was also named 2016's "Hottest Neighborhood in the Country" by our colleagues over at Redfin.

For more information on the rest of the neighborhoods that comprise West Town, we encourage you to check out some of these handy resources:

Ready to buy or sell a house or condo in one of these charming neighborhoods? Here are the current market statistics for all of West Town:

2019 Chicago Real Estate Market, Real Group Real Estate

Ah, the beginning of a new year! The perfect time to take a look back at where you’ve been – and where you’re going. This is a great time for reflection and speculation, and that goes doubly so when it comes to the real estate market.

Are you planning to buy or sell a home in the Chicago area in the year ahead? If you’re considering making this major move, then it’s important to take stock of the housing market here in Chicagoland.

What do the months ahead potentially hold for home buyers and sellers? What might the real estate market look like in 2019 - and what are the factors that could be driving any changes or trends? Let’s dive in, and take a look at what may be in store for the Chicago area housing market in 2019:

What are the Real Estate Market Conditions in Lakeview? (Source: wikimedia.commons)

Why Lakeview?

Lively and accessible, Lakeview is the perfect blend of everything Chicago. Not only is the neighborhood home to the World Series-champion Cubs and their iconic ballpark, Wrigley Field, but it's also the spot for a wide array of nightlife and entertainment.

For those looking for something scenic, Lakeview lives up to its name, offering residents gorgeous views of Lake Michigan with easy access to the Lakefront Trail. It's also host to Chicago's annual LGBTQ Pride Parade, and Lakeview's chunk of Halsted Street is home to numerous LGBTQ resources and support centers.

Lakeview is the second largest ward in the city, with a population of more than 98,000 folks - a group that once included Charlie Chaplin, among other famous film and music stars. Here are a few handy resources for learning more about Lakeview:

If you're looking for a new home, you should also be looking into Lakeview for not just its abundant charms, but its vibrant housing market! Whether you're looking for a condo or a single family home, Lakeview's market is worth a look this year. Here's what to know right now:

Lakeview's Current Condo Market 

1. The Average Sale Price of a Lakeview Condo is Historically High

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