Wednesday, March 09, 2005

Historic Frank Lloyd Wright home sells at auction

Private homeowners buy Chicago house for above opening bid

Private homeowners on Tuesday purchased the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Emil Bach House, a Chicago Landmark located one block from Lake Michigan, during an auction conducted by Inland Real Estate Auctions.

The new owners intend to live in the house, according to Inland, which didn't disclose the exact final sale price, but said it went for "well above the opening bid of $750,000."

The landmark property is located at 7415 N. Sheridan Road.

Read the article at Inman News

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