Joel H. Hubbard House

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Joel H. Hubbard House
Hubbard House St Charles.JPG
Hubbard House in 2011
Joel H. Hubbard House is located in Illinois
Joel H. Hubbard House
Location 304 N. 2nd Ave., St. Charles, Illinois
Coordinates 41°54′59″N 88°18′43″W / 41.91639°N 88.31194°W / 41.91639; -88.31194Coordinates: 41°54′59″N 88°18′43″W / 41.91639°N 88.31194°W / 41.91639; -88.31194
Built 1854
Architect Joel H. Hubbard
Architectural style Greek Revival
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 11000244[1]
Added to NRHP May 4, 2011

The Joel H. Hubbard House, also known as the Ferson–Butler–Satterlee Home is a historic residence in St. Charles, Illinois. The Greek Revival structure is constructed of wood on a stone foundation with an asphalt roof. It remains structurally similar to its original 1854 design with the exception of a sunroom addition. Joel H. Hubbard was a carpenter who originally designed this house and lived there for at least a year.[2] The next owner was George Ferson, a member of the Kane County Board of Supervisors.[3] It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on May 4, 2011.[1]

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