A large concentration of Silsbee's Chicago work once stood in a neighborhood now known as the Gold Coast. Relatively few of his homes there survive. One of them is the Henry Stone Residence, built in 1887. It is a Romanesque townhome typical of the type of homes he designed in the vicinity. It has nicely carved copper downspouts and wrought iron work as well as carved stone detailing. A common feature of many Silsbee residences that can be seen in this home is the bay is topped with an arched recessed balcony.