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Bishops Hall
605 Iowa Street
Oak Park, IL 60302
Phone: +1--7083837774

Charles Tupta & Samuel Gevisenheit


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The Coraland Blue Room. Master suite and the largest of all the rooms (950 Sq.Ft). It features a fireplace, several seating areas, dressing room and large marble bath. The bath includes both a ball and claw tub and marble shower/steam room.The Tartan Room Junior suite (550 Sq. Ft.). It features a seating area with a balcony that over looks the garden terrace. It has a separate dressing room and marble bath with a tub and shower combination
The Yellow Room. A cozy retreat (250 Sq. St.). It Features English pine furniture. The bath has a tub with a European hand shower.The Blue Drawing Room A formal, but relaxing room to enjoy an afternoon tea with the company of friends, family and other guests.
The Main Dining Room. Breakfast is usually served in the Breakfast Room, Garden Room or on the Terrace, but the room is available for larger groups or special events.The Library. This warm wood paneled room has a large variety of books, a wood burning fireplace and is filled with comfortable furniture inviting you to relax and put up your feet up.
The Great Stairs. Surrounded by the history of English and American portraits, the stairs transport you from the public rooms to the comfort of your own private rooms.The Main Hall. The Main Hall welcomes you to Bishops Hall and has historically been a festive place of receptions, celebration and dancing.
The Music Room. This room is on the east side of the house and is flooded with light from floor to ceiling French doors on three side. A grand piano, leather winged-back chairs and a Chesterfield sofa make it a wonderful place to relax, look and listen or share your musical talent.The Partier Garden Over look the Partier Garden from the terrace or walk down into the Boxwood symetry surrounded by flowering perenials. On the opposite side of the terrace is a white column pergola. Enjoy an afternoon tea under a violet flowering Wysteria.