The Emil Bach House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1915 for the president of Chicago’s Bach Brick Co., just a block away from Lake Michigan. This home is professionally managed and meticulously restored, updated with modern conveniences and comfort. The entrance into the home and the main floor was designed by Wright to be a “journey” for guests to take – from the front walkway, around to the “front” door at the back of the house, through the living room with fireplace, window seating, and a dining room that is in both the living and dining area. A full, modern kitchen is located here as well. There are two guest rooms located on the 2nd floor, each with a balcony. There are also 2 full-sized bathrooms on this floor, one with a walk-in shower and one with a combination shower/tub. A study is also located on the 2nd floor featuring a queen sized pull out sofa bed, balcony, and built-in desk. The home has a screened in porch and multiple outdoor spaces with a large yard and garden. The home features ground-level patios, small viewing balconies in each bedroom, and a large 2nd floor rooftop balcony. The grounds feature a Japanese tea house with comfortable seating and doors that open to the gardens.
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