On the Market: Lincoln Park Prairie-esque Rehab With Large Yard Asks $1.85M

December 03, 2014

This five bedroom Lincoln Park home almost looks like a miniature version of Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous William Winslow House in River Forest. It’s been rehabbed, sits on a wide lot and wants $1.85 million. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Winslow House has been fully renovated and is currently asking $150,000 less than its Lincoln Park lookalike. This home was first listed in September with a $1.935 million ask, but came back in November with an $85,000 chop. Everything inside is designer and brand new, and outside, the yard has been designed by landscape architect Doug Hoerr. The home also includes a two car garage, which could possibly be expanded to squeeze in one more vehicle.

·2663 North Bosworth Avenue, Chicago, IL [Estately]
·Frank Lloyd Wright’s William Winslow House Now Just $1.7M [Curbed Chicago]

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