1950s Frank Lloyd Wright Charles F. Glore Residence in Lake Forest, IL Reduced to $2.2M (PHOTOS)

1950s Frank Lloyd Wright Charles F. Glore Residence in Lake Forest, IL Reduced to $2.2M

$2,195,000 | Built 1954 | 4,300 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 3.5 Baths | 1.92 Acres
170 N Mayflower Road, Lake Forest, Illinois, United States, 60045

A stunning mid century modern Frank Lloyd Wright-designed masterpiece in Lake Forest, Illinois is pending sale after being reduced to $2.2 million. The 4,300 square foot home, known as the Charles F. Glore Residence, is Wright’s only project in Lake Forest and last sold in 2007 for $2.2 million. It hit the market earlier this year for nearly $2.3 million. Curbed revealed the buyers, architect Megan Beidler and husband, Frank, did add their own modifications such as removing the red-painted floors and replacing them with grey concrete. The house itself offers wonderful open living spaces with one of a kind mid century details from the master Frank Lloyd Wright himself. Newly and carefully remodelled kitchen and bathrooms bring this special home up to today’s tastes and standards. The house also masterfully captures all the natural beauty of the nearly 2 acres of gardens and natural setting. Located on one of Lake Forest’s favourite streets only a block from the lake and easy access to downtown east Lake Forest makes this a one of a kind opportunity. Annual property taxes are estimated at $28,696. The Charles F. Glore Residence is on the market for $2.2 million with Megan Beidler of Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors



























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