Designed by Bauhaus American Architect Crombie Taylor
This thoughtfully designed home features a traditional Mid-Century Modern open floor plan. Expanses of floor-to-ceiling windows seamlessly integrate the natural world outdoors with the timelessly beautiful interior.
4 Bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms. 3 BR/ 2 BA on the main floor; 1 BR/1 BA on lower level
Eat-in Kitchen/great room with island and full-wall picture window with complete view of back garden. Sliding doors lead out to the patio.
Sundrenched living room with wood burning fireplace
Separate dining area
Authentic architectural details and finishes still in tact and well preserved, including an exquisite decorative wall, true to the era.
Original, custom floor-to-ceiling cabinets/closet wall in dining room and kitchen
Contemporary open staircase leads to huge finished family room with fireplace in lower level
Lower level office with recessed lighting and carpeted floors.
Separate large laundry room with side-by-side washer/dryer
Separate workshop and storage room
Walls and walls of closets and storage space
All baths updated with marble cast tubs, solid surrounds and glass doors.
½ block to Sunset Park play ground, walking trails, skate park, youth center, and 4th of July festivities.
3 car off street parking
Close to town, Recreation Center, Metra, Interstate 94/41, the water park and so much more.
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Crombie Taylor was an architect and teacher who helped spread the influence of the Bauhaus movement to American architecture. Taylor was born in Oakmont, PA, educated at Penn State and Princeton, and in 1944 joined the Institute of Design, founded by Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. This school was considered a successor to the New Bauhaus, so called because its faculty included prominent refugees from Nazi Germany. Mr. Taylor was a passionate enthusiast of the work of Louis Sullivan