We get a lot of feedback saying that some of the period houses we feature often don’t have the interior to match the exterior. That’s not a criticism you can level at this 1950s Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired midcentury property in Long Grove, Illinois, USA.
It isn’t an FLW design, but the agent points out that there is an influence on this 1955 build, which is on the market for the first time in 46 years, Not that this is museum inside, someone has obviously been very careful to keep the architecture intact, modernising and maintaining as they go. This is midcentury you really could just walk into. Especially if they leave those fixtures and furnishings.
Key features include the Roman brick and redwood construction, granite kitchen counters, a stone wall in the family room, Douglas fir beamed ceilings, Mahogany walls, custom lighting and an oversized two-car garage.
As for accommodation, there’s around 2,200 square feet of that over a snuggle level, with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, along with roomy reception areas including a dining room, family room and living room. You’ll also find a modern kitchen, laundry room, a foyer and a walk-in closet.
All of that for $475,000.
Via Curbed Chicago