Emil Bach House: Chicago Prairie Style Home

March 15, 2022

The Emil Bach property is a very interesting house that was design by Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright designed the home for Emil Bach. This is a Chicagoan who owned the popular Bach Brick Company. Furthermore, this was one of the last Prairie style homes that Wright designed before he switched to his Japanese styled and influenced homes. Lastly, this property is now a Chicago Landmark and is on the US National Register of Historic Places. Check out the Emil Bach property below.

Where Is The Emil Bach House?

The house has five bedrooms and two bathrooms with over 2,000 square feet of space. Built in 1917, the home is unlike many others. Furthermore, the basement is unfinished and the cooling features are central air. Moreover, the homes is a part of a bunch of homes that were built like cubes. These cubes all had overhanging flat roofs that almost look like cantilevers. Currently, the place is available to rent. It was re-opened to the public in 2014 after a massive restoration.

Moreover, the home has a view of Lake Michigan. There is a nice huge rear porch and sun deck that was covered up when newer buildings obstructed its view of the lake.

Finally, what do you think of the legendary home? Please leave your thoughts and comment below.

Specifications: 

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 2

Square Feet: 2,545 sqft

Price: $1.1 Million

Emil Bach House Address: 7415 N Sheridan Rd, Chicago, IL 60626

Photos: Emil Bach Structure

 

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