Chicago's Gold Coast residential district is chock full of gorgeous tree-lined streets, historical architecture and stately homes, just like this 136-year-old townhouse. Built in 1884 for Rambler bicycle businessman R. Philip Gormully, the unique façade combines multiple architectural styles and features oxidized copper details, giving it a charming and almost eerie ambiance.
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N41° 54' 19.0476"W87° 37' 48.09"
This photo of the R. Philip Gormully house was taken from across the street, facing east towards the house's façade.
- Take the red line to Clark/Division station. Exit via Clark/Division - NW corner.
- Head east on W Division street.
- Turn left on N Dearborn street. The building will be on your right.
1245 N Dearborn Street
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