This 1915 Arts and Crafts Frank Lloyd Wright influenced brick home with Prairie essence is an architectural masterpiece of Tallmadge and Watson (apprentices of Frank Lloyd Wright.) It has all the historical splendor you would expect. The grandiose three-story Home has over 6,000 square feet featuring custom quarter-sawn millwork, wine-colored quarry tiles, hardwood floors, exceptionally crafted built-ins, stained glass folding doors, two staircases, a three car garage, and stunning copper gutters and downspouts. The Owner's bathroom was recently upgraded with Carrara marble flooring, a large glass-enclosed jetted shower, a gorgeous cast iron tub, double sinks, and a custom handmade vanity to match the home's decor. Morton Arboretum's head landscape architect, Anthony Tysnik, personally designed the expansive, roughly two-acre estate that offers tons of privacy with thoughtfully selected plants and perennial blooming beautiful mature trees and foliage. You are only a short drive to Morton Arboretum, I88, and the BNSF train station.