Historic Craftsman-style home in Wheaton sells for $866,000

A four-bedroom, 3,614-square-foot Craftsman-style house in Wheaton that was designed by architect Jarvis Hunt sold Oct. 1 for $866,000.

The two-story house was built in 1898 and 1899 for Charles L. Strobel, a prominent engineer for steel companies who had a role in developing steel skeleton construction for office buildings. Strobel was a member of the Chicago Golf Club in Wheaton — as was Hunt — and for a time, the house had its own tree-lined lane to connect it to the club’s front entrance drive.

Read the full article on the Chicago Tribune.

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