1001 Elm Avenue


General Information

No: 1001
Street: Elm
Name: N
Family: Lindell
Historic Plaque: N
Owner Info: Y
Built: 1975/6
Sec: 28
Sub: Parcel 8 of ???
Lot: R2-T5-S28 SE, Pt lot 20 Thomas Biggs Est
Architect: Larry Norris
Cont/Build: Carl H. Lindell

Description: 2 story Contemporary, gable roof with shed on side. Vertical cedar boards - not siding.
#Owners: 1F
Original Use: Residential
Current Use: Residential

CHANGES As Built: N
Add To: Y
Sub From: N
Replace: Replaces dance hall (Klub Val Len Na or Vallenna?) on site in 1920s. Lindells have pictures of roof during 1937 flood (more information in TP Historical Society archives). Remains of the dance hall can still be seen in the Lindell

Changes Details: Replaces dance hall (Klub Val Len Na or Vallenna?) on site in 1920s. Lindells have pictures of roof during 1937 flood (more information in TP Historical Society archives). Remains of the dance hall can still be seen in the Lindell's back yard. 2002 - permit for Carl & Ann Lindell to make a 1 story addition (Fletcher, contractor, Larry Norris, architect). 2011 permit for Ann B. Lindell: All Bldg (Mowers) (Norris & Dekker)


Owners:


Current Owner: Carl A. Hap & Ann Lindell
Curr Date Fr: 1985
Curr Date To:

Original Owner: Carl H & Frances Lindell
Date Fr:
Date To: 1985

1975 Owner: no doubt part of 1005 Elm


Stories

Story 1 : Hap Lindell - son of Carl & Frances Lindell of 1005 Elm, 8.23 acres from Michael Leaf's original 20 acres.
Story 2 : Dusty Rhodes, Hamilton County Auditor, site says Carl W. Hartman owned the land at least by 1942, sold in 1967 to Wm. B. Backs and then to Frances Lindell in 1967. Carl A. Hap & Martha A.Ann Lindell had the house built in 1976 and then added on to it later. .
Story 3 : This home of Mr. and Mrs. (Ann) C. A. Lindell was on the Walking through a Winter Wonderland 1986 December 7 TP Garden Club House Tour. It was a Sunday, homes were open from 2-5 PM and tickets were $4. Proceeds were used for village beautification.
Story 4 : Carl Anders Hap Lindell was born 5 September 1940 and died Monday, 10 February 2014, at 73 years, Craver Riggs Funeral Home. Many know Hap from business, more from his associations and work with the Country Club and even more from his care and attention to Terrace Park. Family, community, nature and service have been hallmarks of Hap's life. Sons: Ross (Bella) and Pax (Abby). Grandchildren: Frances, Jeb, Barrett and Liv.


Directories:

1978-2012 Directories:
C. A. Hap & Ann Lindell