A new Craftsman-style home in Evanston is one of two in the metro area featured in a story on the front of the Homes section of the Chicago Tribune today about a revival of interest in the century-old architectural style.

A new Craftsman-style home in Evanston is one of two in the metro area featured in a story on the front of the Homes section of the Chicago Tribune today about a revival of interest in the century-old architectural style.

The home at 1211 Dempster St., owned by Marshall and Robin Ross, is the first single-family home constructed in the subdivision that also included the conversion of the former District 65 headquarters building at Dempster and Ridge Avenue into condos.

The story includes several pictures of the interior of the distinctively designed home, but it seems the Trib forgot to post the story to its website, so for now at least, you’ll have to check a copy of the paper in print to learn more.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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