Find up-to-date North Shore Prairie homes for sale below! North Shore Prairie homes first started becoming prominent in the early 1900s thanks to a group of young up-and-coming architects at the time, including Chicago’s very own Frank Lloyd Wright. The Prairie style in general, and many of its characteristics, were derived from the popular Arts and Crafts movement, and its most common elements include long horizontal footprints, flat or shallow hipped roof lines, rows of windows, and overhanging eaves on all sides of the structure. In a nutshell, Prairie homes and buildings celebrate the long, low landscape of the Midwest region, and you’ll actually find the style used far beyond just residential uses throughout the country. Despite a number of Frank Lloyd Wright homes being found throughout the Chicago area, Prairie homes aren’t quite as common on the North Shore as other classic architectural styles, so expect available inventory to be somewhat limited when conducting a home search. Searching for further information on North Shore Prairie homes for sale? Arrange for a home showing by contacting your Chicago real estate experts today. Read more about North Shore real estate.
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