Remaining Single Family Homes on Kenmore and Winthrop

 

Remaining Single family homes on Kenmore and Winthrop

 
Street
Orange Rated
Notes
 
 
 
 
5300
Winthrop
 
1900, very modest frame
5332
Winthrop
 
10-14-1893, Architect, Van Tyle W. Coadington ?, for W. G. Stoughton, front changed; (old number 605), frame
5422
Winthrop
Orange Rated
1-4-1896 (E) for Geo. R. Pease , architect unknown, (old number 665-667), frame
5428
Winthrop
 
7-18-1904 (E), for John F. O’Connell (old number 871-73 ?), frame
5430
Winthrop
Orange Rated
Half of double house, brick; 11-5-1892, for A.A. Thomas, Architect Stephen Jennings (old numbers 675-877)
5432
Winthrop
Orange Rated
Half of double house, brick, same as above
5520-
5524
Winthrop
 
3-28-1908 (AC), for Peter Schmitz, Architect F. T. Bacon, brick, (731 old number)
5812
Winthrop
 
7-2-1905, for E. Pridmore, frame, JEO Pridmore-Architect presumed (925 old number), frame
5822
Winthrop
Orange Rated
6-17-1895 (P), for J. L. Cochran, architect unknown (old number 933), frame
6028
Winthrop
 
Brick, Vacant, boarded up, 5-2022
6233
Winthrop
Orange Rated
11-2-1893, for J. L. Cochran, G. W. Maher-Architect, (beyond a reasonable doubt), frame
6018
Kenmore
Orange Rated
5-22-1909 for Max Eberhardt, Hill & Woldersdorf-Architect, brick (old number 2845)
6023
Kenmore
 
10-8-1892 (E), for N. F. Steward, architect unknown (old numbers 1028/2850)
6106
Kenmore
Orange Rated
11-11-1902 (E), for Herbert F. Perkins, Pond & Pond-Architect; Ken Nordine house, Chicago Landmark (2885-87 old number)
 
 
 
 
 
Seven of fourteen, Orange Rated; double house counted as two. Abbreviations: AC (American Contractor), E (Economist), P (permit)
 
–prepared by LeRoy Blommaert, updated 11-17-2019; revised 5-29-22