5 Denison Lane
Historic Plaque: N
Owner Info: N
Sub: Denison Lane
Description: 2 story New England style center hall, cedar sided, multi-gabled& hip roof, transitional (traditional?: 4 bedrooms.
Original Use: Residential
Current Use: Residential
CHANGES As Built:
Add To: Add To: Y
Sub From: Sub From:N
Replace: Replace: Y
Changes Details: CHANGES As Built:N Add To: Y Sub From:N Replace: Y 1996 - Scott Rosson, contractor, made an addition to the house (Bill Cox: architect). 1998 - Frank Kinmonth added a prefab storage building which was landscaped and painted to match the house. 2009 permit for Victor Moreno to add & remodel.
Current Owner: Victor C. & Jeanette H. Moreno
Curr Date Fr: 2001
Curr Date To:
Owner 1: Scott & Erin M. Rosson
Date Fr 1: 1988
Date To 1: 1997
Owner 2: Rosson Mechanical Equipment Inc.
Date Fr 2: 1997
Date To 2: 1998
Owner 3: Frank S. Kinmonth Sr. & Caroline L. Arling
Date Fr 3: 1998
Date To 3: 1999
Owner 4: John E. & Katharine L. Torru
Date Fr 4: 1999
Date To 4: 2000
Owner 5: Matthew S. & Jacquelyn N. Jewett
Date Fr 5: 2000
Date To 5: 2001
1975 Owner: Terrace Park Lumber Company
Story 1 : Real estate brochure in file has more details.
Story 2 : 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.
----- (Sold 1988)
Scott & Erin Rosson
(moved to 619 Floral)
Frank S. Kinmonth(Sold 1998) (Sold 1999)
John & Katherine Torru (Sold 2000) (Sold 2001)
Victor & Jeanette Moreno