An early Frank Lloyd Wright house in the Chicago suburbs could face demolition

The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy is sounding the alarm over what the nonprofit perceives to be a threat to the Frederick Bagley House, a “unique and irreplaceable” early work by Frank Lloyd Wright in the western Chicago suburb of Hinsdale.

An 1894 Dutch Colonial revival affair complete with a columned veranda that runs the length of the house and a gambrel roof characteristic of the late-19th-century architectural style, the five-bedroom residence at 121 South County Line Road in Hinsdale recently appeared in a (now unavailable) listing marketed to a “limited audience” by @properities. As detailed by the Conservancy, the $1.3 million listing reportedly touted the village of Hinsdale

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