Norwood Park Real Estate Listings and Information

Norwood Park

Residents of Norwood Park on Chicago’s far northwest side are proud of its charming residences and good schools. Bounded by Austin Avenue on the east, Albion Avenue on the north, Canfield on the west and Gunnison Street on the south, Norwood Park has homes and commercial properties dating back to the mid-1800s. Newer brick, Georgian, ranch, Tudor and Cape Cod homes line the streets surrounding Circle Avenue. In the oldest section, south of the Union Pacific train station, bright blue, yellow and white Victorian Frame homes with shuttered windows occupy deep wooded lots on the curving East Circle and West Circle Avenues. The town square’s intersection at Nicolet, Nickerson and Nina, the residential main street of Old Norwood Park, is similar to those found in New England.

Real estate tycoon Thomas H. Seymour is often referred to as the father of Norwood Park. Seymour’s residence has been restored by the Norwood Park Historical Society and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Distance to Downtown Chicago
13 miles

Average Drive Times
22 minutes to Chicago Loop / 14 minutes to O’Hare Airport / 33 minutes to Midway Airport

Metra’s Union Pacific train stops in Norwood Park. The CTA’s Blue Line and Rapid transit trains stop at Harlem and Higgins. The ride to O’Hare Airport takes about 10 minutes. CTA buses run on Harlem, Higgins, Foster, Canfield and Talcott. The Kennedy and Eden’s expressway (I-90/94 are also easily accessible. 

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Norwood Park

Active Market Stats
  • 240 Listings For Sale
  • $354,513 Average Listing Price
  • $231 Average Listing Price per Square Foot

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