Walter Burley Griffin's name may not be as recognizable as some of his contemporaries that helped develop the Prairie School movement, but this early twentieth century architect built dozens of homes throughout the Chicago area and even led the design and planning of Canberra, the capital city of Australia. This colorful home on 104th Place dates back to 1915 but underwent a major renovation in 2008. The home's exterior certainly retains its Arts and Crafts heritage, but the interior has been largely updated. It's not the largest home in Chicago, but neither is its price tag. This one can be had for $339,000.
- 1712 West 104th Place, Chicago, IL [Estately]