CUTE PRIVATE HOUSE WITH JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING
New Private Fences Everywhere-Patio-Deck-Appliances-Hot Tub-Parking-Lots of Bedrooms
Immediate access to the the Dan Ryan. Cellular Field ball park is just around the corner and the Red Line is near by. Read about Bridgeport on the bottom of this page.
ALL ABOUT BRIDGEPORT/CANARYVILLE
One of the local cyber café’s is zhoubcafe.com which has free Wi-Fi and another fabulous local restaurant is polocafe.com where you can meet our friend Dave of 20 years. Connies famous Pizza is right down the street on Archer with a lot of locations.
Bridgeport's Polish history can be seen in its two churches in the Polish Cathedral style: St. Mary of Perpetual Help and St. Barbara. The Art Institute of Chicago has recently done restoration work on the paintings in the Shrine Altars at St. Mary of Perpetual Help which date back to 1890, with further plans calling for restoration of the stained glass windows and to complete the painting of the interior ceilings and rotunda. The influence of other Eastern European immigrants to Bridgeport is evident at St. Jerome Croatian Catholic Church, which holds services in both Croatian and English.
U.S. Cellular Field, home of the Chicago White Sox, is often thought to be geographically located in Bridgeport. This is a misconception. The stadium is actually located one block to the east, in the Armour Square community area.
Bridgeport has long been one of the city's political hotbeds, having been home to five of Chicago's 45 mayors. They are, in order of service: Edward Kelly, Martin Kennelly, Richard J. Daley, Michael Bilandic, and Richard M. Daley. The most prominent example of the neighborhood's influence on Chicago politics is illustrated by a 46-year long stretch (1933-1979) in which a Bridgeport native held the city's highest office.
Bridgeport is served by the Bridgeport News, a neighborhood newspaper delivered weekly on Wednesdays to homes throughout the neighborhood. The area is also served by two Chicago Transit Authority train stations..
Is there a neighborhood more classically Chicago than Bridgeport?
It’s one of the city’s oldest communities, yet thanks to its proximity to downtown it has been brimming in recent years with new development and renewed interest. It has been home to five Chicago mayors and countless politicians and city workers. And there are also plenty of Bridgeport condos.
Bridgeport is also one of Chicago’s most ethnically diverse, which may come as a surprise to many Chicagoans who still think of Bridgeport almost exclusively as an Irish-American neighborhood. In 2008 the Chicago Sun-Times ranked Bridgeport as the fourth most ethnically diverse community in the city, following Albany Park, West Ridge and Rogers Park.
Like many of Chicago’s 77 officially recognized neighborhoods, boundaries can sometimes vary depending upon who is asked. But generally, Bridgeport is defined as the community between the Chicago River on the north and west, Canal Street on the East and Pershing Road (3900 South) on the South.
Parishes and churches are numerous in Bridgeport. So, too, are independent shops that line Halsted Street, 35th Street, Pershing Road, Archer Avenue and other thoroughfares.
YOUR VERY OWN HOUSE
Below is your new house, the nicest place on the block with a 6' privacy fence
There is a nice private patio in front for you picnic table and chairs where nobody can see.
Below is your beautiful front room & dining room complete with a chandelier & hardwood floors
There are even new mini blinds on every window.
Pictured below are lots of kitchen cabinets, big counter, cooking hood & stainless steel sink with a sprayer. (Not pictured is a stove and fridge provided at now extra charge or bring your own.
Imagine your own private back deck and perfect place to install a 8,000 gallon swimming pool if you like.
Bathroom has imported Italian tile, custom movie star lighting, new toilet, new vanity, "art deco" faucet, Jacuzzi, shower, frosted new window and storage closet.
Below is a panoramic shot of the bath, living room & dining room
This is the basement laundry hookup, utility sink, and warm central heater unit
One of the finished basement rooms with closet & windows
Above is the parking area behind the pool, on the right is another shot of the basement laundry area, and below is the other finished basement room.
This group of shots are all the basement rooms and glass block area as you step out of the basement
Pictured above is the glass block area right under the big sundeck and the back yard. To the right is yet another big storage closet.
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The swimming pool pictured here has been removed but you are welcome to install another one if you would like to purchase one and maintain it.