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Rehabbed Queen Anne Landmark in Oak Park Wants $1.45M

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Oak Park is well known for its historic homes, particularly its Frank Lloyd Wright/Prairie School of Architecture Historic District that includes over 80 homes, 25 of which were designed by Wright. And while it wasn't designed by FLW, this historic Queen Anne is an Oak Park landmark. Known as the Albert Schneider House, the home was originally built in 1892 but has been nearly completely gutted and rehabbed. The 4,000 square foot five bedroom home stands on a double lot and features a wine cellar, a playroom, a fitness room and a nice gazebo deck. Though it's a historic home, this one is totally livable and has more than enough room for the whole family. It hits the market this week with a $1.45 million ask.

·553 North Marion Street Oak Park, IL 60302 [RE/MAX]
·553 North Marion Street, Oak Park, IL [Estately]