Le Corbusier allegedly described a home as "a machine for living in." For many people it's a place where memories are made.
The gracious 11,000 square foot Lake Forest classic has 7 bedrooms, 6 ½ baths, a 7-car garage and an in-ground pool on 4 ½ acres. It was designed by Edwin Hill Clark, an architect who was in the news recently when another of his homes, owned by the late John Hughes, came on the market.
One of the home's more unusual features – unusual for a private estate – is a clay tennis court.
The list price is $6,250,000.