NW Corner Old Elm and Waukegan At Union Pacific North Line in West LakeForest IL
1900 Wilmot Rd. (NW corner of Wilmot Rd. and Sunset Ln.), looking NW. The house was built in 1935 and designed by notable local LakeForest architect
Stanley D. Anderson, who also designed LakeForest High School the same year and LakeForest Hospital in 1941.
95 S. Waukegan Rd. (far SE corner of Waukegan Rd. and Rt. 60), LakeForest; view is looking SE. The house was built in 1904 and noted LakeForest architect Stanley Anderson designed the expansion in 1939.
987 Oak Knoll Dr LakeForest IL Corner of NE Everett Rd.
Was this a dairy farm in 1948'49? Was owned by a veterinarian. And raised prize winning bulls? If so we lived there. Mom cooked for us and boarders that worked on the farm. It had a bottomless lake.
Raven glen farm now lake county forest preserve lived here when Golden Oaks owned it until sold in 99 or 2000
This building was lakeforest motors in the early 1970’s. My father owned it.
This is on the East side of Waukegan Rd, one lot south of Everett Rd Intersection in LakeForest IL. Became Pasquesi's garden center for years until
was instrumental in many progressive developments in Lake County. We were the last to live in the grand home before it became the Lake County College. We moved
the residence that was later bought by the Gagemere Club of LakeForest. Mr. Coombs was a very well known man. Is this the "shirttail" you speak of? Any info will help. Thank you
reaching out to Mimi Olsen Fuller . I am researching the history of the north side of Gages Lake and came across a Mr. Coombs who owned
Shorty Bonner Farm. Now a Heritage Farm owned by Lake Co Forest Preserve. Sand Lake Road West of Route 45.
1220 Winwood Dr., LakeForest; view is looking NW. The house has been expanded over the years.
Jelke Farm in Old Mill Creek.Now part of Tempel Farms. Designed by LakeForest architect Stanley Anderson.
Lake Zurich. It wasn't until September 1976 when one of the buildings at the Lakewood Forest Preserve, east of Wauconda, was converted to house the Lake
The original privately owned Lake County Museum of History was organized in 1957 by Robert W. Vogel and Dr. Lawrence R. Qualmann who formed
. The barn was unheated and by 1965 the Lake County Board of Supervisors purchased the artifacts but had no facility to open a museum.
14080 W. Forest Ave. (NE corner of Elmwood Ave. and Forest Ave.), looking NW. There is another photo with the same angle on roll 65, slide #5.
27182 N. Longwood Rd., LakeForest. Located on the west side of N Longwood Rd. at Hawthorne Ave. intersection. View is looking to SW.
Adlai E. Stevenson Estate. Located at 25200 N St. Mary's Rd., about a half mile south of Rt. 60. The place is now a museum and part of the Lake County Forest Preserve.
. The property is now the Singing Hills Forest Preserve. The barn and silo are all that remains. The Lake County Forest Preserve purchased the 533 acre
The Singing Hills Farm was located off of S. Fish Lake Rd. (bottom) on the northeast corner intersection with Gilmer Rd. in Wauconda Township
between Illinois 22 (Half Day Rd) and Daniel Wright Jr High School. It's at least 10 acres and was never subdivided as many properties were as Lincolnshire Expanded. It has a LakeForest Address but is in Lincolnshire.
of 29,000 square-feet, she said. The proposed average house size is 5,400 square feet, but that is subject to change, Zozulya (lake County official) said
1700 Riverwoods Rd lakeForest IL 60045 , Village of Lincolnshire
2015 property Tax $11,376 pin 15-14-200-028
Owner J A Mons
NE corner of Elmwood Ave. and Forest Ave., looking NW. There is another photo with the same angle on roll 64, slide #38.
" sign with a black angus on top is located near the center of the photo. Today, this is the entrance and parking lot of the Ray LakeForest Preserve.
This farm property was located on south side of W. Erhart Rd. between Gilmer Rd. and N. Fremont Center Rd. in Fremont Township. The "Ray Lake Farm
THis was the Fred Obenauf farm then sold to Ray Lake the the Forest Perserve tor down the buildings
This farm property was located on south side of W. Erhart Rd. between Gilmer Rd. and N. Fremont Center Rd. in Fremont Township. Today, this is the entrance and parking lot of the Ray LakeForest Preserve.
I currently live here since 2016. The land across the street is now Ray LakeForest Preserve. There are currently 2 smaller barns, the garage, pump house, house, and shed on the property. The huge oak trees are still here.