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  • 1022 Garnett Place Evanston IL 60201
    42.05292, -87.685874
    PIN: 10-24-223-024-0000
  • Local

    Within Local District?: No

    Local Dist Contrib/Non-Contrib?:

    Local Landmark?: Yes

    Year: 1985

    Local Landmark Eligible?:

    Criteria: A7

  • National Register

    NR District Contrib/Non-Contrib:

    Within District?: No

    NR Landmark?: No

    Year:

    NR Eligible?: No

    Criteria:

    Alternate Address?:

  • General Information

    Category: Single Family Residential

    Condition: Excellent

    Integrity: Excellent

    Current Use: Single Family Residential

    Historic Use: Single Family Residential

    Secondary Structure: Three Car Garage

    NR Second:

  • Architectural Description

    Architectural Classification: Craftsman

    Details: Extended roof rafter tails, knee brackets.

    Construction Year: 1910

    Other Year:

    Date source: Landmark nomination

    Wall Material (Current): Wood Shingle

    Wall Material 2 (Current): Wood

    Plan: Rectangular

    No of Stories: 1 1/2

    Roof Type: Pitched

    Roof Material: Asphalt Shingle

    Foundation: Brick

    Porch: Enclosed front porch

    Window Material: Wood

    Window Material 2: Storm Windows

    Window Type:

    Window Configuration:

    Significance: Constructed in 1910, shingled bungalow with Arts and Crafts influences and is typical of those built throughout the metropolitan Chicago during 1910s and 1920s. Its bracketed gable roof with broad overhangs shelters the structure's glassed-in front porch, which is incorporated into the overall massing of the house.

    Historic Features: Enclosed porch with pilasters framing window openings; wood diamond- panes windows in upper story; dormer on west elevation; wood shingling; front entranceway with sidelights, rectangular columns across the front porch, separating door and window openings, form a strong geometric pattern across the building's facade.

    Alterations:

  • Historic Information

    Old Address (city dir.year): 1022 Ayars Place

    Building Moved?:

    Moved From:

    Original Owner: Jens P. Hensen

    Original Architect: Jens P. Hensen

    Architect Source: BP #4030; Statement of Significance at EHC (3-ring binder)

    Builder: A. Peterson

    Surveyor: Nick Kalogeresis

    Surveyor Organization: The Lakota Group

    Survey Date: 23-Jul-15

    Survey Area:

  • Permit/Historic Information

    Current Address: 1022 Garnett Place

    Old Address:

    Date of Construction: 1910

  • Permit Moving Information

    Moving Permit #:

    Date Moved:

  • Original Permit Information

    Building Permit #: BP4030

    Date: 1910.07.06

    Building Permit Description: 1-sty frame residence; Lot 59; 27'W x 42'L x 24'H; 5 rooms, 1 wc, 1 sink, 1 tub, 1 laundry tub; hot water heat, gas and electric lights.

    Cost: $3,000.00

    Original Owner Occupied?: Unknown.

    Exterior Alteration Permits: 13FNCE-0103: Install fencing in back yard; 05RFS0000000267: Siding/rf on gar

    Other Permit Information: 1921.21.09, Permit #9148 for a 1-sty frame gar ($200) at 1022 Ayars Pl., OWN H. Stiles, 1942; Memoranda #22455 notes address listed as 1022 Garnett Pl. 1959.03.11, Permit #34454 for a 1-sty frame 3-car gar ($2200), OWN C. Holmes. 12-Nov.-1999. BP#50286 re-roofing. OWN Bertha Murray. COST $2,410.

    COA Info: 13PRES-0059: Replace existing wire/chain link fence with wooden fencing; not to exceed 6 ft in ht, E side fence with gate is 22 ft, W side fence with gate is 44 ft. 10PRES-0002: Install wooden railing at exterior basement stairwell. 05HIS0000000127: Tearing off existing roofing material on garage and install new asphalt/fiber glass shingles. Also, remove asphalt siding on garage and install Hardishingle siding (straight edge panel) to match wood cedar shingles on house as close as possible. Paint garage to match color of house. Attic window temporarily removed for AC unit.

    Historic Info: Source: Evanston History Center Archives (3-ring binder) STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE: A7 Constructed in 1910, the shingled bungalow was conceived in the finest Arts and Crafts tradition and is typical of those built throughout the metropolitan Chicago area in the Teens and Twenties. Its bracketed gable roof with broad overhangs shelters the structure's glassed-in front porch, which is incorporated into the overall massing of the house. Rectangular columns across the front porch, separating door and window openings, form a strong geometric pattern across the building's facade.

    Other Sources:

    Historic Info Compiler:

    Volunteer: Leslie Cousineau, Tony Hurtig

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