RNP Hotlist : 303 South Green Bay Road

This modern Chicago World’s Fair inspired home in Lake Forest got a nod from Curbed a few years back, when they spotlighted this approximately 15,500 square foot one-of-a-kind mansion.

“Originally built in 1936,”Curbed writes, the property was “designed by George Frederick Keck, creator of the famous ‘House of Tomorrow’ for the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair.” The seven bedroom and ten and a half bathroom property sits on 4+ beautifully wooded acres to ensure privacy, and boasts an outdoor patio bar, pool, and separate five car garage. Interior renovations were completed by famed designer John Regas, which includes the property’s eye catching and timeless marble and Birdseye maple finishes. Additional special features include a waterfall to compliment the forest space on adjoining sides of the main level, elevator, and a self-contained lower level complete with a second full kitchen, media room, full bar, exercise room and guest bedrooms.

This home is located in the perfect suburban location as it provides lake access, multiple methods to get downtown, and access to everything the North Shore is famous for including world class dining, parks, and social opportunities. Browse the official listings photos below. 

303 South Green Bay Road Lake Forest, IL 60045
7 Bedrooms  |  10.5 Bathrooms


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Rent with Vesta Preferred Realty, Buy with RNP Group