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Schorsch Village brings to mind the words “family neighborhood.” Wide, tree-lined streets, filled with playing families and leashed dogs, aptly describe this friendly community. Located in Chicago’s north west, between Addison and Belmont, and Harlem and Narragansett, the ethnically diverse O’Hare community of Schorsch Village feels tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
A true “village” of well-maintained single-family homes with fenced gardens and nicely designed apartments and condominiums, Schorsch Village welcomes newcomers. Baseball, tennis courts, swimming, walking trails, a playground and spraypool are available at the 18.7 acre neighborhood 18.7 acre Shabbona Park. Perfectly manicured lawns and beautiful gardens attract couples and families alike to the beautiful park. Forest and the Des Plaines River add to the quaint charm of Schorsch Village.Read More ▾
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