Frances J. Dewes Mansion
503 W, Wrightwood Ave, Chicago, Illinois, United States, 60614
The Frances J. Dewes mansion is unlike any other home in Chicago. It has been painstakingly restored to perfection by Botti Studio of Architectural Arts. This amazing home has earned its proud place on the National Register of Historic Places and as a Chicago landmark. It’s a unique confection of German baroque and French architecture.
The mansion was built for Frances J. Dewes in 1896 and designed by Adolph Cudell and Arthur Hercz. There are a total of seven extremely detailed & well proportioned bedrooms and seven full & two half baths. The master suite which originally may have served as a ballroom is the width of the entire home.
Within the master suite is a lavish ensuite bathroom with barrel ceiling & large walk in closet with custom cabinetry. On the main level is the formal dining room with detailed ceiling & walls and the bright & open gourmet kitchen. The kitchen is highlight with two shining chandeliers above the large island. One of the most unique features of the home is the grand staircase which is highlighted with a custom stained glass window.
Size: 12,000 Sq. Ft.
Bathrooms: 7 Full, 2 Half
Specialty Items: Built in 1896, Restored by Botti Studio of Architectural Arts, Designed by Adolph Cudell and Arthur Hercz, Large Master Suite, Grand Formal Stairway, Stained Glass Windows, Extensive Mouldings, Hand Carved Mantels.
Address: 503 W, Wrightwood Ave, Chicago, Illinois, United States, 60614