There are a bunch of original Frank Lloyd Wright-designed homes on the market in the Chicago suburbs, and as we observed last week, most of them have sat on the market for a long time and have been reduced in price. So if there isn't much demand for an authentic Wright, how will a replica fare? In 2006, builder Bob Hansen built a replica of Wright's Robie House in Palos Park, and it looks like a dead ringer (see photos here). The 5,000-square-foot home has been on and off the market since 2007, and it was recently relisted for $2,195,000.
· Listing: 11001 W. McCarthy Rd., Palos Park [Century 21]