This peach-colored mansion was designed in Richardsonian Romanesque-style. Built in 1885-86, it's now one of the few Gilded Age buildings that still stands in modern-day Chicago. It's a landmark worth seeing and it makes for a quaint, yet historical, photo.
How to get there
N41° 53' 38.4108"W87° 37' 38.2548"
This image was taken in front of the Cable House, looking onto the inner courtyard from E Erie Street. I was holding my phone in between the fence railings to get this unobstructed view of the building.
- Nearest subway station is Grand (via Red Line)
- Hear north on N State street
- Turn right on E Erie street and the Cable House will be on your right
Cable House, 25 E Erie St, Chicago, IL 60611
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