It might not be a true country home, but this barn house in Oak Park's famed Frank Lloyd Wright Historic District is certainly close enough. Built in 1897, the four bedroom, three and a half bathroom home was designed by Prairie-era architect E. E. Roberts but sports enough modern amenities to make it perfectly livable. It's an interesting blend of old and new—a bold Queen Anne exterior with a contemporary-ish interior. It's also situated on a nice sized lot, and includes plenty of room for kids and pets to romp around on. The ask? $1.499 million.