|Address||Diversey and Wolcott|
|Distance to Transportation||Bus stop at the corner. 1 mile to CTA train.|
|Number of Units||214
|Style||Traditional brick 3 story|
|Ownership (Fee Simple/Condo/HOA)||Condo|
|Unit Mix||1 bedroom, 1 bath condos, townhomes with 2 to 3 beds, 1 & 1/2 to 2 baths. Single Family homes with 3-4 beds, 3 baths.|
|Size Range||900 to 1,800 square feet. Homes 2,500 square feet.|
|Parking||1 car attached garages, some with driveway for second car|
|Assessment Range||225-$275 townhomes; $75 for single family homes|
|Price Range||Townhomes $250,000 to $425,000 ; Single family homes $550,000 to $650,000
|Pets Allowed||Cats and Dogs ok|
|Heat||Gas forced air
|Yards/Outdoor Space For Units||Some yards, patios, balconies and roof decks|
As one of the first re-development projects in the West Lakeview neighborhood, Landmark Village ushered in an era of popularity in a previously overlooked quiet pocket on Chicago’s north-west side near Roscoe Village. And with 214 residences, Landmark Village is one of Chicago’s largest townhome communities.
This gated community features a grouping of white Colonial single family homes surrounded by a vast perimeter of traditional three-story red brick townhomes. These near-luxury townhomes range from one to three bedrooms to freestanding single family homes with as many as four bedrooms. All residences include ample sized outdoor decks, with some homes offering rooftop decks as well. Established in 1995 before the West Lakeview neighborhood was dubbed by Chicago magazine as “one of Chicago’s hottest areas,” Landmark Village is known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to popular shopping and dining spots.