Light and cozy, two bedroom apartment on the third floor of a vintage building in Oak Park (the home of Frank Lloyd Wright's home and studio). Easy and quick access to Chicago via "EL" train, bus or car. LR, DR, hardwood floors, WiFi, cable, coin laundry. The first bedroom has a queen and second has two twins. Guest may have either room.
Enjoy your stay in Oak Park in this peaceful and cozy, vintage apartment. It is located on the top level (third floor) and is both private and quiet. Enjoy waking up to natural light- many windows, some with a great view of neighborhood trees. The two bedroom apartment has one bedroom with a queen-sized bed and another with two twin beds.
The heart of the apartment is the vast living room/dining room area decorated with contemporary art. Relax in the living room with cable TV, WiFi and hundreds of CD’s. An office area is perfect for your laptop, and the kitchen is fully stocked for all your cooking needs. Enjoy meals at the dining room table, which seats eight. Washer & dryer are coin-operated in the basement. Fresh linens & towels are provided to all guests. Window a/c units keep things nice and cool during the summer.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Home + Studio is one of the biggest Oak Park tourist attractions. Downtown Oak Park is full of unique shops and restaurants. A 20-minute train ride from downtown Oak Park takes you to everything that downtown Chicago has to offer. Alternatively, you can get to downtown with a quick 9-mile drive down the expressway.
Guests have their own front and back entrance to the apartment. Make yourself at home withXfinity WiFi, coin-operated laundry in the basement, full kitchen, full bathroom, many amazing CD's and books! Free street parking during the day, and short-term, overnight available.
Guests are given all the privacy that they need, however, the host is always available to answer any questions or help where needed. The apartment offers total privacy. If hosts are out of town, we are still available by phone or email, and will leave you prepared with any necessary contact info and plenty of neighborhood tips!
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This is a new listing to Air BnB and has previously been rented privately.(URL HIDDEN)
Reviews from previous guests:(URL HIDDEN)We had the pleasure of staying in the flat/apartment in Oak Park last fall. It is a comfortable place, spacious, and bright. Books, movies and interesting art and chachkis are part of its unique charm. Laundry is available downstairs as well.
Oak Park is a nice town. We enjoyed brunch at the Buzz Café on S. Lombard- good food and eclectic artwork. There are a couple of art galleries and the Frank Lloyd Wright museum.
Two EL lines are within easy walking distance for a quick ride into Chicago proper. Chicago is a great town to enjoy museums, architecture, and theatre. The Museum of Contemporary Art was our favorite, but there is so much public art to enjoy as well, especially the Millennium Park area.
We loved it so much, we stayed there again in April! Highly recommend it.
- Ilena F, El Sobrante, CA
We are happy to host respectful, considerate travelers! All guests who have stayed at the apartment appreciate the quiet neighborhood atmosphere and an environment with normal quiet hours.
Please clean up after yourself in all areas of the apartment, especially in the kitchen and bathroom. Please use cleaning supplies provided as needed.
•Please remove your shoes while in the apartment.
•NO smoking, firearms, violence or illegal activities are permitted inside the building.
•NO pets or parties.
•NO additional guests unless cleared with host in advance.
•NO inflatable mattresses.
Check-out instructions: Please...
•leave ALL keys on the coatrack outside the apt door under a coat.
•hang wet towels over the shower curtain.
•take out your trash and recycling.
•leave the kitchen and bathroom windows open.
•turn off all lights, air conditioner, etc.
•leave the curtains closed.
Thank you for understanding.
I am a teacher, a writer, an actor, and a curious thinker. I surround myself with contemporary art and can roll my own sushi. The Chicago Theatre scene is vibrant and visceral, and I attend several times a month. I also love photography, “live lit”, modern art museums, meeting new people, and listening to live music at intimate venues. San Francisco will always be my “home”, and I most recently visited the Mediterranean and long to explore more.