Chicago Illinois Bucktown Real Estate

Chicago Illinois Real Estate

Popular theory has it that the Chicago neighborhood of Bucktown got its name in the early 1800’s as a result of its primarily Polish population’s penchant for raising goats, the male of which is called a buck.

Bucktown’s boundary’s are, North Ave. (south), Western (west), Fullerton (north) and the Chicago River on the east.

Bucktown is a slightly less expensive alternative to other, higher-priced Chicago neighborhoods, although prices are rising. The area has many trendy restaurants and upscale shops appealing to young professionals and real estate developers alike. But remnants of a historic and quainter Bucktown are evident in the hundred-year-old buildings and cobblestone paths.

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