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Century of Progress...1933 style...preserved

I love architecture...especially historic architecture...and here, at Beverly Shores, are 5... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2017
jbla1951
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Lawrenceburg, Indiana
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Historic house built in 1933 and moved on barge from Chicago

Great location. Unobstructed view on Lake Michigan. Now this house is rented to a private renter... read more

Reviewed 6 March 2016
Anna G
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Chicago
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This pink, art-deco historic home is open to the public twice a year.
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8 Aug 2017
“Century of Progress...1933 style...preserved ”
6 Mar 2016
“Historic house built in 1933 and moved on barge from Chicago”
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Beverly Shores, IN
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Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

I love architecture...especially historic architecture...and here, at Beverly Shores, are 5 surprising architectural gems...along the beautiful Indiana shores of Lake Michigan. The 1933 "Century of Progress" homes preserved from the Chicago Worlds Fair are PRIVATE. However, they can easily be viewed from the State Park...More

Thank jbla1951
Reviewed 6 March 2016

Great location. Unobstructed view on Lake Michigan. Now this house is rented to a private renter. So you can't see it inside (unless you pick through the windows which are large but I would not recommend to go near the windows). It is a private...More

Thank Anna G
Reviewed 15 April 2015

You can look, but not go near this PRIVATE home that was barged here from the 1932/33 Chicago Worlds fair. It is in a cluster of Worlds Fair houses that have been refurbished by private residents who have leased these structures. In the fall of...More

Thank Karl Z
Reviewed 30 April 2012

Viweing the house from the beach is amazing. Try the annual tour to to see all the work they have done in this house and the other Worlds Fair homes.

2  Thank Jay J
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