Let\'s be frank - the Emil Bach House, built in 1915, is one of the most unique homes in the country thanks to its famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. The Prairie style house, located in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago, IL, is also one of the few Wright houses, and the only one in Illinois, that the public can stay in overnight.
Everything inside the home has been painstakingly restored to its original design -- from the giant fireplace near the front door to Wright\'s signature built...-ins such as benches, dressers and bookshelves. The home was designed as a \"path of discovery,\" with visitors taking multiple twists and turns just to reach the front door. From the outside, visitors can see the home\'s flat roof with overhangs, an open deck and screen porch and a Japanese-style \"tea house\" in the back.
Inside, guests step into a large communal space that serves as a living room, a family room and dining room. Upstairs, guests will find two bedrooms, each with pillow top mattresses and plush linens for a great night\'s sleep. The Bach House was designated a Chicago Landmark in 1977 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in January 1979.
|7415 North Sheridan Road|
United States of America