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Schorsch Village spans the area from Belmont Ave (3200 N) north to Addison St (3600 N), and from Naragansett Ave (6400 W) west to Harlem Ave (7200 W). It's part of Dunning, which is one of the city's official 77 neighborhood names.

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Back in October, Joe Zekas shot sponsored videos at three Northwest Side homes marketed by Izabela Sloma of Sergio & Banks. Earlier this week I noticed that one, a remodeled three-bedroom on a quiet street in Dunning (seen in the video above), has a new price of $189,900. With that in mind, I checked up ...

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Posted by Joseph Askins on February 24, 2011
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A three-bedroom charmer in Schorsch Village, priced at $249,900

Video: A three-bedroom charmer in Schorsch Village

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Posted by sponsored post on October 27, 2010
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Neighborhoods for the rest of us: Schorsch Village

Did you know that the Dunning community area on the far Northwest Side started out as a site for poor farms, tuberculosis sanitariums, and insane asylums? According to the Encyclopedia of Chicago, it wasn’t until after the poor farm closed and the state bought the sanitarium that the area became a desirable place to live. ...

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Posted by Joseph Askins on September 11, 2009