Wright’s Prairie Style masterpiece was the architect’s first cantilever and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1905-6, the house is sited on one of the larger lots in Riverside, a charming, picturesque village designed in 1869 by Olmsted & Vaux, the designers of Central Park, Golden Gate Park, and the Boston Park System. Riverside is the first totally planned suburb in the U.S. and its meandering roads and multitude of green areas exudes tranquility and repose. Includes: built-in and custom made furniture, art glass windows, bronze light fixtures, Quarter-Sawn oak, two fireplaces, Tiffany glass ceiling lights, exquisite parquet flooring, large living and dining rooms, 5 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, billiard room, 17 closets, laundry room, new roof, 2-car garage, porch, perennial gardens, and passive solar heating. The residence is on nearly half an acre and is 11 miles from Chicago.