Remember that crazy lodge in Orland Park that's filled with dead animals of virtually every known species? Chicago Mag's Dennis Rodkin donned a cowboy hat and visited the place for his latest Deal Estate column. Rodkin focuses more on the building materials (which sound very expensive) instead of getting distracted by the stuffed bears, but in his writeup he notes that the basement was built to accommodate an archery range, because every member of the family is a bow-and-arrow hunter. The listing claims that the family spent more than $4 million to build the place, and they're now trying to sell it for $2.5 million.
· Orland Park's Home on the Range [Deal Estate]
· Whole Animal Kingdom Represented in this Orland Park Mansion [Curbed Chicago]