130 W. Maple Avenue


Liberytville, IL 60048
Date of Construction: 1890 (c)
Architectural Classification: Queen Anne
Survey Area: Downtown Libertyville

Building name
Dymond, Franklin P. House

Ground Floor Use
Residential

Upper Floor Use
Residential

Current Occupant


Zoning
R-8

Number of Stories
2

Property Index Number
1116311008

Within Local District?
No

Local Dist Contrib/Non-Contrib?
C

Local Landmark?
No

Year


Local Landmark Eligible?
No

Criteria


NR District Contrib/Non-Contrib
C

Within District?
No

NR Landmark?
No

Year


NR Eligible?
No

Criteria


Alternate Address?


Category
Building

Condition
Good

Integrity
Moderate alterations and additions

Current Use
Domestic - multiple dwelling

Historic Use
Domestic - single dwelling

Secondary Structure
Detached garage

NR Second
NC

Architectural Classification
Queen Anne

Details


Other Year


Date source
Surveyor

Wall Material (Current)
Aluminum/vinyl

Wall Material 2 (Current)


Plan
Irregular

No of Stories
2.5

Roof Type
Hipped

Roof Material
Asphalt - shingle

Foundation
Parged

Porch
Front entry

Window Material
Wood

Window Material 2
Aluminum/vinyl

Window Type
Double Hung

Window Configuration
1/1

Significance


Historic Features
Hipped roof; three-sided 2-story front bay with pent roof; 2-story square pend roof bay on east elevation; east side hipped roof porch structure north of bay (enclosed); wood windows on first story; classical lintels over window openings; beveled glass transom over window on 1st story of front bay

Alterations
Replacement siding; wraparound front porch removed and replaced with smaller entry and west side porch (post-1948); east side porch enclosed (post-1948); 2nd story replacement windows in original openings

Old Address (city dir.year


Building Moved?


Moved From


Original Owner
Dymond, Franklin P.

Original Architect


Architect Source


Builder


Surveyor
LR

Surveyor Organization
Ramsey Historic Consultants

Survey Date
May-June 2016

Survey Area
Downtown Libertyville

Old Address


Date of Construction


Moving Permit #


Date Moved


Building Permit #


Date


Building Permit Description


Cost


Original Owner Occupied?


Exterior Alteration Permits
#451 (9/12/1942)--unknown alteration

Other Permit Information
JRB-04-0016 (6/25/2004)--detached garage

COA Info


Historic Info
From Illinois Digital Archives (info provided by Libertyville-Mundelein Historical Society and Cook Memorial Public Library)--"Residence of Franklin P. Dymond on Division Street, later renamed Maple Avenue. The exact address is 130 West Maple Avenue. At the turn of the twentieth century, Franklin P. Dymond was president of the Lake County Bank and was an owner (with R. J. Proctor and W. T. Eaton) of the Lake County Gravel Company, both in Libertyville. He was also engaged in the mercantile business, first as a partner with E. W. Parkhurst and later with M. B Colby. According to the book Libertyville Illustrated, "Franklin P. Dymond was born in Jefferson, Cook county, Illinois, now a part of Chicago, in 1852. His father, William D. Dymond, was born in England in 1822, and came to Lake county in 1849. After living for six years in Jefferson, Ill., he returned to Lake County and purchased a fine farm near Libertyville, where he still lives. F. P. Dymond's wife is a sister of M. B. Colby, who was born in Vermont in 1849, coming to Libertyville with his father, E. W. Colby, in 1855."

Other Sources
Historic photograph of house on Illinois Digital Archives (in collection of Libertyville-Mundelein Historical Society and Cook Memorial Public Library)--http://www.idaillinois.org/cdm/singleitem/collection/cookmemo11/id/5/rec/1

Historic Info Compiler
LR

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