The landmark property was designed by notable architect William E. Drummond in 1913.
With over 90 stunning places of worship to choose from, it’s hard to narrow it down.
The historic home features a unique blend of the Tudor Revival and Prairie School styles.
While the 1909 Prairie Style structure first hit the market in March of 2015 seeking $1.325 million, a price reduction down to $1.18 million six months ago still wasn’t enough to lure a buyer. The home now seeks $999,000.
Frank Lloyd Wright's William Winslow House in suburban River Forest is going on its third year on the market and has received yet another price cut.
This Prairie style home has spent nearly a year on the market.
It's still seeking a buyer several months after listing