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The communities of Edgebrook & Sauganash are linked closely together in the suburbs. Edgebrook is located between the I-94 and the forest preserve, and the Chicago River and Chicago city limits. Sauganash is between Devon and Bryn Mawr Avenues, and Cicero and Pulaski Avenues. Residents benefit from the close proximity to the forest preserves and access to the North Branch Trail System, a plus for joggers. Central Edgebrook and Old Edgebrook, allow golfers a choice of two golf courses close to home.
Homes in Edgebrook are distinctive, unique single-family homes, while Sauganash is a bit more diversified, mixing single-family homes with townhouses, condominiums, and apartment buildings. Both areas have street parking is available. Residents enjoy a quietly active family life in the Edgebrook and Sauganash neighborhoods.
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