An exquisitely restored Arts and Crafts/Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home built in 1909 and designed by architect Fredrick Schock. This condo is filled with amazing millwork like nothing you have seen before. Original Mahogany doors, trim, and beams in the living room and library. Quartersawn oak trim in the dining room and foyer show off the detail and craftsmanship of the early 1900s. The condo has 4 breathtaking Grueby fireplaces. Grueby fireplaces are 1 of a kind and on their own a piece of art, collectors would cherish.
The home's unique charm did not go unnoticed. Crain's Chicago published an article when architectural historian Andrew Elders discover the home was designed by Fredrick Schock in 1901.
The building and its artful interiors are the work of Frederick Schock... Schock is best known for a quartet of handsome late-19th-century houses in the Midway Park section of Chicago's Austin neighborhood and several other finely detailed buildings. They include a Prairie-style house in the Edgewater neighborhood.
Read the full Crain's Chicago article: Uptown Frederick Shock condo sold | Crain's Chicago Business
Listed by Kelly Smith on MRED's agent exclusive listing network on July 8th, for $525,000, and the property was under contract to a buyer three days later and closed above asking price.
More photos and property details: 955 W Carmen, Unit 3A, Chicago, IL 60640 - Uptown