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Also on the shores of Lake Geneva, Edgewood was built in 1906 by the famous architect, Howard Van Doren Shaw for Edward F. Swift, heir to the Swift & Company, Chicago’s first meatpacking company, founded by his father Gustavus Swift. Originally named Villa Hortensia after Edward’s wife Hortense, the home was sold in 1922 to Silas J. Llewllyn and its name changed to Pen-Y-Bryn in honor of his native Wales. Today the Edgewood estate is the summer home of a prominent Chicago businessman. The stately residence with its manicured lawns and landscaped property continued to be one of the most attractive homes along Lake Geneva