Wednesday, June 22, 2016
This mysterious gate leads to a Florentine palazzo-inspired mansion designed by Reginald D. Johnson and built in 1916 as a winter residence the distinguished John S. Tanner of Chicago. (How could Mr. Tanner ever go back to the hectic windy city after spending the holidays strolling around this dreamy spot?)
Known for years as the Tanner-Behr house, it was later dubbed Villa Arno by another owner, referring to both Italy as well as to her husband Arno Behr. (I personally call it Villa Incognito, for obvious reasons.)
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