Norwood Park Real Estate
Chicago, IL
(Parts of 60631, 60646, 60656)

Vintage Buildings

Noble-Seymour-Crippen House

Norwood Park is one of 77 well defined Chicago, Illinois community areas. It is a middle-class neighborhood on the far Northwest Side of Chicago, Illinois. Named after Henry Ward Beecher's novel Norwood, or Village Life in New England (1868), it is home to many of the city's firefighters, police officers, and other blue collar workers. Norwood Park is known especially for its abundance of green: lawns, parks, churchyards, and trees are its visual hallmarks. It is also among the most ethnically homogeneous - and Republican - of all Chicago communities.

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What Makes Norwood Park Unique?

  • Norwood Park - the 14-acre Norwood Park boasts the Chicago Park District's only outdoor swimming pool on the North Side with a water slide, making it a favorite destination for summer day camps and young swimmers in the neighborhood.
  • Noble-Seymour-Crippen House - also known as Norwood Park Historical Society Museum, is a mansion located at 5264 North Newark Avenue in Chicago's Norwood Park community area. Its southern wing, built in 1833, is widely considered the oldest extant building in Chicago.
  • State of the art fitness center - equipped with circuit weight machines, free weights, and cardiovascular machines. A 1/5-mile oval, gravel running track with lights surrounds the baseball diamonds, and four tennis courts sit south of the park fieldhouse. 

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