Make yourself at home in this very comfortable prairie. The home boast lots of storage and beautiful setting. This is one of the few documented houses by Robinson. He was a Wright employee, at two different stages: first, at the Frank Lloyd Wright Studio On Forest Ave. The second time was after his graduation from the University of Illinois in 1906. The stucco was built over hollow tile, with wood trim. The house has the usual cantilevered roof and plastered eaves. A secluded side entrance and planters built into the corners. Simple-patterned art glass windows adorn many windows. a large mantled fireplace accentuate living room with dark oak woodwork to go along with this style home.
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