Poor and Wing with Frederick C. Coryell

The Josephine Clark Residence, 1912



Poor and Wing was a prolific real estate company which developed much of Highland Park along with notable developers such as Ralph Rogers, William B. Judson, Sarah Judson and G. W. E Griffith. In a 1908 issue of the Highland Park News-Herald & Journal, Poor and Wing was referred to as the “pioneer real estate firm of Highland Park. ” Located in the Hampton Terrace subdivision of the Highland Park HPOZ, the historic Craftsman (contributing HPOZ structure) is sited high above the street on a 12,000 square foot corner lot for maximum southwest facing views. The property retains many of its original details such as numerous built-ins, wood wainscoting, river rock fireplace in the living room and hardwood floors. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, sunroom, recently renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances & separate pantry, breakfast area, detached 2 car garage, & gardens with fruit trees round out the residence.


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    3 Bedrooms
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    3 Bathrooms
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    Property Size: 1753 sf
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    Land Size: 12001 sf
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    Garage Size: 2 cars
  • Poor and Wing with Frederick C. Coryell: Architect
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    Property ID: 908

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  • Address: 405 N. Avenue 53
  • Neighborhood: Highland Park
  • Country: United States