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Emil Bach House

Attractions, Historic buildings and sites Rogers Park
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 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.
 (Photograph: Mark Wright)
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Photograph: Mark WrightBuilt in 1915, the Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now available for nightly rental or for private events.

Time Out says

The Emil Bach house in Rogers Park, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is available for nightly rental or for private events. One of Wright's last Chicago commissions, this 1915 home was built for Emil Bach and his wife, wealthy owners of the Bach Brick Company. To book an overnight stay, go to emilbachhouse.com. Tours, led by the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust, happen every Wednesday from May 7–Sept 24, 2014, from 11am–3pm. The 45-minute tours ($12, students, seniors and active military $10) begin every 15 minutes. More info at flywright.org.

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Address: 7415 N Sheridan Rd
Chicago
60626
Cross street: between Jarvis and Fargo Aves
Transport: El: Red to Jarvis. Bus: 147, 151.
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5 out of 5 stars