1 Denison Lane


General Information

No: 1
Street: Denison
Name: N
Family: Center
Historic Plaque: N
Owner Info: Y
Built: 1989
Sec: 29
Sub: Denison Lane (see story 4)
Lot: 1 (Corey Lots 8 & 9 +)
Architect:
Cont/Build: David & Susan Walsh

Description: 2 story Transitional with stained wood siding, gable roof: 4 bedrooms.
#Owners: 3
Original Use: Residential
Current Use: Residential

CHANGES As Built: N
Add To: Y
Sub From: N
Replace: Y

Changes Details: Original 2 car garage extended to 3 car. 1990 - Staffords added screened porch. House replaces Terrace Park Lumber Company Office, burned by Terrace Park Fire Department for training, May 1986. (see 500 Elm)


Owners:


Current Owner: David D. & Stacia L. Center
Curr Date Fr: 2015
Curr Date To:

Original Owner: Rewe (about a month)
Date Fr: 1989
Date To: 1989

Owner 1: Roger O. & Frances H. Stafford
Date Fr 1: 1989
Date To 1: 2006

Owner 2: Scott & Marie Donoghue
Date Fr 2: 2006
Date To 2: 2015

1975 Owner: Terrace Park Lumber Company


Stories

Story 1 : Rewe never moved in.
Story 2 : Original location of Terrace Park Lumber Company. Picture.
Story 3 : Denison Lane (Re-sub. lots 8 thru 26 and lots 68, 67, 70 of G. W. Corey's).
Story 4 : See Village Views article on new subdivision proposal October 1985. Detailed plans submitted by Rick Koehler for development of the Eveland lumber yard property: 12 houses on cul-de-sac with underground utilities. Path to Wrenwood and Kent to be kept. Rick Koehler decided to continue the college tradition in naming the street. Rick's college (Kent State) and Sandy's (Miami) were already taken so he used Denison where his two sisters Jill Smith and Joddy Perry went.


Directories:

1988 Directory:
----- (Sold 1988)

1990-2005 Directories:
Roger & Frances Stafford (moved from 123 Wrenwood)

2006-07 Directory:
Roger & Frances Stafford (moved to 714 Miami) (Sold 2006)

2008-12 Directories:
Scott & Marie Donahue