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Can Two Historic North Shore Homes Be Saved?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 13, 2012 01:04 AM
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by Eric last modified Jul 12, 2012

Chicagomag.com recently featured the plight of two architecturally significant homes in the North Shore suburbs of Chicago. One is well-known to PrairieMod readers: The John Van Bergen-designed James Irving Residence in Wilmette, IL (note the new home being constructed on the lot where the little cottage once stood); and the other home is a much larger MCM home by Keck & Keck in Lake Bluff, IL. Read more about both here. Image via Chicagomag.com




 

 

Picture 2Chicagomag.com recently featured the plight of two architecturally significant homes in the North Shore suburbs of Chicago. One is well-known to PrairieMod readers: The John Van Bergen-designed James Irving Residence in Wilmette, IL (note the new home being constructed on the lot where the little cottage once stood); and the other home is a much larger MCM home by Keck & Keck in Lake Bluff, IL. Read more about both here.

Image via Chicagomag.com



 

 

 
 
 

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