While Frank Lloyd Wright may be the best remembered Chicago-area architect from the late 19th century/early 20th century, Howard Van Doren Shaw was one of the most famous—if not the most famous—Chicago architect during his time. Van Doren Shaw built many homes throughout the city and suburbs for the area's wealthiest residents, and this six bedroom, five bathroom home dating back to 1914 is no exception. It may not be his biggest nor most extravagant home, but this century-old home certainly showcases Van Doren Shaw's expertise of the American Craftsman movement. This home features large windows and French doors which leads out to a nicely manicured yard and garden. The home has received some updates (kitchen and finished basement), but overall it certainly feels and looks like a proud vintage home. This one is asking $1.297 million.