Designed in 1919 by Edgar M. Newman in the American Foursquare style, the Lang House Chicago's stucco home's exterior is defined by its symmetry, large eaves and formidable entrance. Arts and Craft styled murals, mosaic decorated walls, hard wood floors and leaded-glass windows reflect a careful restoration of this historic property. The home once served as a boarding house for Mundelein Women’s College, now known as Loyola University. Once a private home, today Lang House Chicago is one of Chicago's finest vacation rental home and event spaces.
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