525 Court Street
Style: Colonial Revival
Description: It is a symmetrical, two story wood frame building with a cut stone foundation, aluminum clad first story, and cement shingle second story. This turn of the century structure has a unique design. The hipped roof has hipped dormers on the east and west. A lower off center gable faces south, is enclosed by a pent roof, and caps a two story semi-hexagonal bay. The southwest and northwest corners have squared bays with pyramidal roofs, almost appearing like small square towers. The main entrance is centered and there is no porch. This building is located on the property northeast of Court and 6th streets.
Construction Date: circa 1917
first appears in the 1918-19 Port Huron City Directory. The first residents were Franklin K. and
Elizabeth D. Lyman. He was president of
the Robeson Preso Product Company.