Tree lined streets.  Historic designs.  This "Village Within the City" inspired us to design a home that would have a positive impact on the growing neighborhood.  Spearhead Properties designed and built a traditional stone and brick home that embodies luxury. 


It was clear early on that the Spearhead guys are genuine and are know what they are doing. They partnered up with us and made our experience phenomenal. The great quality of the home was the key difference for us - from the hardware, to the doors, to the windows, it was clear the quality was superior in the home we purchased vs. others we looked at. We continue to get positive feedback from visitors to our home. “You have a beautiful home”....is consistent feedback we receive. Additionally, the service after the sale had also been awesome – they always respond promptly and professionally and are always willing to take my call, provide advice and even help out after the warranty expired. My wife and I couldn’t be happier with our decision and highly recommend that anyone looking for a great home should buy from Spearhead.
— Peter Xilas, Melrose Homeowner

Known as the “Village within the City”, Roscoe Village is one of Chicago’s most sought after neighborhoods.  The gentrified community is defined by many upscale newer and restored framed single family houses as well as brick and greystone two and three flats that date back to the early 1920’s. The well-known local anchor, Riverview Tavern on Roscoe Avenue, helps keep memories of the once popular Riverview Amusement Park alive with paintings of park which helped entertain Chicago’s youth from 1903 until it closed its doors in 1967.  Convenient access to the CTA’s Brown Line, mature parks, boutique shops, and restaurants help define the area’s character. In addition, childhood learning and entertainment centers make Roscoe Village a great place to raise a family where children’s strollers are frequently seen traveling along the area’s quiet and scenic tree lined streets.



Random cut Castle Rock stone on the front façade with a copper roof with chained drain over the handcrafted walnut front door built by an Amish woodshop in northern Indiana provides the initial impression.  As attested by the owners who bought the home, the superior level of quality and design is what persuaded them to purchase the home in 2007.  Another unique feature included the 800 square foot alcove that opens up to a finished roofdeck at the third level which brought the finished square footage of the home to almost 5,000 square feet.