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Ravenswood Manor, a part of the Albany Park neighborhood / community area, is bounded by Montrose (4400 N) to Lawrence (4800 N), the Chicago River to Sacramento Ave (3000 W), in ZIP code 60625.

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Thirteen Chicago homes at which we’ve shot video recently are open for viewing on Sunday, May 22. Preview the homes in our videos, then head out to your favorites. Check back often at YoChicago, or search our video page, for a closer look at the places, spaces and faces that make Chicago a great place ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on May 21, 2011
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Sunday open house pick: Ravenswood Manor price chop

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Ravenswood Manor is one of Chicago’s great small-town neighborhoods. At its heart is the family-centric Ravenswood Manor Park, just a few steps from a Brown Line stop. It’s a neighborhood that attracts long-term residents, and where homes are infrequently available. When Yo checked earlier this year, only three single-families were on the market. The home ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on March 19, 2011
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An Arts and Crafts bungalow in Ravenswood Manor

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The home at 2860 W Giddings in Chicago’s Ravenswood Manor neighborhood is one of those detail-rich places that require a visit rather than just a video to appreciate. If you’re unfamiliar with Ravenswood Manor, a visit to this friendly neighborhood with a small town feel would be well worth your time. Diane Freeman of Baird ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on February 28, 2011
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Ravenswood Manor: What’s selling, what’s for sale

The Northwest Side neighborhood of Ravenswood Manor was the site of at least 14 single-family home sales in 2010, but right now has very little to offer buyers: just three homes are listed for sale in the corner of Albany Park bounded by Montrose, Sacramento and Lawrence Avenues, and the Chicago River. The listings represent ...

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Posted by Joseph Askins on January 31, 2011