Historic Resources of Oak Park

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1. I- 290 Eisenhower Express Way I-290 Eisenhower Expressway between Harlem and Austin
This structure is a highway/buttress/ramp/road accessory built in 1960.
Eligible as contributing resource.
2. 406 Augusta Ave
This is a single-family residence built in 1912.
3. 438 Augusta Ave Also previously listed at 701 N Elmwood.
This is a 2-story single-family residence in the Prairie School style built in 1915. The structural system is masonry. The foundation is poured concrete. Exterior walls are original brick. The building has a hip roof clad in original clay tiles and one eyebrow dormer. There is one side right, side slope, brick chimney and one side left, straddle ridge, brick chimney. Windows are replacement aluminum clad wood, Geometric pattern-light casements. Also double-hung windows with geometric pattern-over-one. There is a single-story platform/stoop. Decorative door surround.
Eligible as contributing resource.
4. 1012 Augusta St
This is a 2-story single-family residence in the Prairie School style built in 1912. The structural system is frame. Exterior walls are original stucco. The building has a hip roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. There is one side right, exterior, brick chimney. Windows are original wood, 3/1 double-hung sashes. Wood storm windows. There is a single-story, full-width open porch characterized by a hip roof clad in asphalt shingles with square stuccoed posts. There is a two-story, side, frame/stucco addition. Residential.
Eligible as contributing resource.
5. 1016 Augusta St
This is a 1.5-story single-family residence in the Folk/Traditional style built ca. 1900. The structural system is box frame. The foundation is concrete block. Exterior walls are modern vinyl siding. The building has a gable roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. Windows are historic wood, 1/1 double-hung sashes.
Eligible as contributing resource.
6. 1018 Augusta St
This is a 1-story single-family residence in the Prairie School style built in 1922. The structural system is balloon frame. Exterior walls are modern vinyl siding. The building has a hip roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. Windows are , 5-light double-hung sashes. There is a single-story, full-width enclosed porch characterized by a hip roof clad in asphalt shingles with square posts. Casement porch windows. Arched openings with arched windows. Enclosed historically. There is a second floor, rear, frame addition.
Eligible as contributing resource.
7. 1022 Augusta St
This is a 1-story single-family residence in the Prairie School style built in 1922. The structural system is box frame. Exterior walls are modern vinyl siding. The building has a gable roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. Windows are , 4-light double-hung sashes. Stucco front porch. Arched porch openings.
Eligible as contributing resource.
8. 1024 Augusta St
This is a 1-story single-family residence in the Craftsman style built in 1922. The structural system is box frame. The foundation is concrete block. Exterior walls are original wood siding. The building has a gable roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. Windows are original wood, 6/1 double-hung sashes. There is a single-story, partial-width open porch characterized by a gabled roof clad in asphalt shingles with square posts. Arched porch openings.
Eligible as contributing resource.
9. 1028 Augusta St
This is a 1.5-story single-family residence in the Craftsman style built in 1922. The structural system is box frame. Exterior walls are modern vinyl siding and original wood shingles. The building has a side gable roof clad in modern metal shingles and two gabled dormers. Energy Star metal roof installed in 2010. There is one side left, exterior, brick chimney. Windows are replacement vinyl, Prairie Grid/1 double-hung sashes. There is a single-story, full-width open porch characterized by an integrated (under the main) roof with battered wood posts on side walls vinyl siding-clad piers.
Eligible as contributing resource.
10. 1033 Augusta St
This is a 2-story single-family residence in the Colonial Revival style built in 1922. The structural system is masonry. The foundation is poured concrete. Exterior walls are original brick. The building has a hip roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. There is one side left, exterior, stone chimney. Windows are original wood, 8/1 double-hung sashes. There is a single-story, partial-width portico characterized by a flat roof with round wood posts. Half-round portico with four Doric columns supporting roof with metal balustrade. Landing is concrete and brick with brick steps.
Eligible as contributing resource.
11. 1040 Augusta St
This is a 1.5-story single-family residence in the Vernacular style built in 1948. The structural system is box frame. The foundation is poured concrete. Exterior walls are modern vinyl siding. The building has a gable roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. Windows are , 2-light double-hung sashes. There is a platform/stoop.
Not eligible/Non-contributing.
12. 1050 Augusta St
This is a 2-story apartment building in the International style built in 1963. The structural system is masonry. The foundation is continuous brick. Exterior walls are original brick. The building has a hip roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. Windows are , 9-light fixed.
Not eligible/Non-contributing.
13. 1113 Augusta St
This is a 1.5-story single-family residence in the Colonial Revival style built in 1922. The structural system is masonry. The foundation is brick and poured concrete. Exterior walls are original brick. The building has a gable roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. Windows are , 10-light double-hung sashes. There is a single-story platform/stoop clad in asphalt shingles.
Eligible as contributing resource.
14. 1114 Augusta St
This is a 1.5-story single-family residence in the Queen Anne style with Prairie School influences built in 1918. The structural system is masonry. The foundation is rusticated concrete block. Exterior walls are original stucco. The building has a gable roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles and brackets and two gabled dormers. There is one center, straddle ridge, brick chimney. Windows are historic wood, 1/1 double-hung sashes. There is a single-story, full-width open porch characterized by a hip roof clad in asphalt shingles with square stuccoed posts.
Eligible as contributing resource.
15. 1119 Augusta St
This is a 1.5-story single-family residence in the Colonial Revival style built in 1922. The structural system is masonry. The foundation is poured concrete. Exterior walls are original stucco. The building has a gable roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. Windows are , 10-light double-hung sashes. There is a platform/stoop.
Eligible as contributing resource.
16. 1123 Augusta St
This is a 2-story single-family residence in the Prairie School style built in 1913. The structural system is masonry. The foundation is stone. Exterior walls are original stucco. The building has a hip roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles and one shed-roofed dormer. Windows are original wood, 1/1 double-hung sashes. There is a single-story, full-width open porch characterized by a hip roof clad in asphalt shingles with round wood posts.
Eligible as contributing resource.
17. 1127 Augusta St
This is a 2-story single-family residence in the Dutch Colonial Revival style built in 1927. The structural system is masonry. The foundation is continuous brick. Exterior walls are original brick and replacement vinyl siding. The building has a gambrel roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. There is one side right, exterior, brick chimney. Windows are original wood, 8/1 double-hung sashes. There is a platform/stoop characterized by an arched roof clad in coating covered with modern decorative metal posts.
Eligible as contributing resource.
18. 1129 Augusta St
This is a 2-story multi-family residence in the Folk/Traditional style built in 1904. The structural system is frame. The foundation is brick. Exterior walls are replacement asbestos. The building has a gable roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles and two hip-roofed dormers. There is one center, straddle ridge, brick chimney. Windows are historic wood, 1/1 double-hung sashes. There is a single-story, full-width open porch characterized by a hip roof clad in asphalt shingles with square wood posts. Porch constructed in 2015. Siding. Capped trim. Front porch metal railings. Rear east side additions. Aluminu storm windows. Al.
Eligible as contributing resource.
19. 255 Augusta St Southeast corner of Augusta St and N Cuyler Ave
This is a 2-story library in the Greek Revival style built in 1926. The structural system is masonry. Exterior walls are original brick and original stone. The building has a multi-gable roof clad in asphalt shingles with eave returns. The Dole Library roof features multiple gables of different heights and two flat portions. Windows are , 4/16 casements. The windows feature four fixed lights over paired, 8-light, casement windows. The entryway features double doors with a stone, Greek Revival style surround. Square pilasters are located on either side of the door and a broken pediment above.
20. 401 Augusta St
This is a 2.5-story single-family residence in the Dutch Colonial Revival style built in 1922. The structural system is masonry. The foundation is poured concrete. Exterior walls are original stucco. The building has a gambrel roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. Windows are , 4/1 double-hung sashes. There is a platform/stoop. Concrete stoop with metal railings.
Eligible as contributing resource.
21. 414 Augusta St
This is a 2-story single-family residence in the Tudor Revival style with Craftsman influences built in 1911. The structural system is frame/stucco. The foundation is poured concrete. Exterior walls are original stucco. Decorative wood trim and half-timbering. The building has a gable hip/gablet roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. There is one side left, exterior, brick and stucco chimney. Windows are replacement aluminum clad wood, 6/6 double-hung sashes. There is a single-story, single-bay open porch characterized by a shed roof clad in metal with modern metal posts. Front porch materials iron, concrete. Side entry porch.
Individually eligible/Eligible as contributing resource.
22. 438 Augusta St 701 N Elmwood Ave
This is a 2-story single-family residence in the Italian Renaissance style with Prairie School influences built in 1915. The structural system is masonry. Exterior walls are brick. The building has a hip roof clad in clay tiles and one eyebrow dormer. There is one side left, exterior, brick chimney and one offset right, front slope, brick chimney. Windows are casements. The windows feature a decorative pattern reminiscent of Prairie School style art glass. A wood front door with a rounded top is located slightly off-center on the front (south) façade. It features a decorative stone surround with a slightly projecting roof that follows the arch shape of the door. The door and surround are reflective of the Italian Renaissance style, which tends to feature arched entries.
23. 516 Augusta St
This is a 2.5-story single-family residence in the Tudor Revival style built in 1927. The structural system is masonry. The foundation is poured concrete. Exterior walls are original stone and original stucco. Half-timbered on second floor. The building has a hip roof clad in original slate and one gabled dormer. Large front-facing stucco gable. There is one center, exterior, stone chimney and one side left, exterior, stucco and stone chimney. Four chimneys includes third chimney at rear exterior of stucco and stone, and fourth chimney at rear slope of stone. Windows are original leaded, multi-light casements. 20-light, 12-light and diamond pane leaded casement windows, including art glass. There is a platform/stoop. Porch material is concrete and stone.
Eligible as contributing resource.
24. 526 Augusta St
This is a 2.5-story single-family residence in the Prairie School style built in 1912. The structural system is masonry. The foundation is poured concrete. Exterior walls are original stucco. The building has a hip roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. There is a single-story platform/stoop characterized by a sloped canopy roof.
Eligible as contributing resource.