Tag Archives: Spanish Revival

Winnetka Preservation Awards

Appeared in the Gazette: Fall/Winter 2008 In June the Winnetka Landmark Preservation Commission named the winners of its 2008 Preservation Awards in three categories. The winner of the restoration award is the house at 72 Fox Lane, designed in the 1920s by S.S. Beman in the Spanish Revival style. Owners Drew and Alison McNally hired […]

767 Mount Pleasant Road

Gazette Article by: Cindy Fuller Appeared in the Gazette: Spring 1998 In architecture, as in popular culture, styles come and styles go. The Spanish Colonial Revival house at 767 Mt. Pleasant Road is an excellent example of how a single event can spark interest in a style. Mission architecture had long populated the southwestern United […]

445 Sheridan, 1964

445 Sheridan Road

Gazette Article by: Laurie Petersen Appeared in the Gazette: Fall/Winter 2008 House of the Season: 445 Sheridan Road Although known to most Winnetkans as the Clement Stone House for its long-time colorful owner, the property at 445 Sheridan Road has an intriguing history that predates his occupancy. Its Spanish Revival grandeur evokes the Roaring Twenties, […]