Edison Park

Edison Park offers a winsome assortment of homes in American foursquare, colonial, and bungalow styles. A freestanding village until the city of Chicago annexed it a century ago, Edison Park still feels like a self-contained community. It has a Metra stop, a small downtown with a popular restaurant cluster on Northwest Highway, churches nestled into some of the residential blocks, good public and private elementary schools, and a recreation and sports hub at the well-outfitted Olympia Park. When describing the community, residents highlight the combination of friendliness, walkable amenities, and classic Chicago houses that are still affordable. 
— chicagomag.com/Chicago-Magazine/April-2010/Edison-Park-20-Best-Towns-and-Neighborhoods-in-Chicago-and-the-


$250,000-$500,000          $500,000-$750,000