As most Chicagoans know, our neighbor at the western at the end of the green line is Oak Park. This village is a hotbed of Frank Lloyd Wright buildings. It is home to the largest collection of his designs in the world - 25 structures were built there between 1889 and 1913. His own Home and Studio are there, as is Unity Temple and many private residences. One of the most completely restored homes, The Heurtly Commission, circa 1902 is currently on the market. We thought we should take the opportunity to "tour" this historical landmark - and who knows, at only $5,750,000. maybe one of you will snatch it up as a weekend getaway!
via: The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy