Burlington Historic District (Burlington, New Jersey) facts for kids
Burlington Historic District
|Location||Roughly L-shaped, bounded by Delaware River and High, W. Broad, Albot, and Reed Sts., Burlington, New Jersey|
|Area||31 acres (13 ha)|
|Architect||William Strickland; Richard Upjohn|
|Architectural style||Gothic, Gothic Revival|
|NRHP reference No.||75001124|
Quick facts for kidsSignificant dates
|Added to NRHP||March 13, 1975|
The Burlington Historic District in Burlington, New Jersey, is a historic district bounded by the Delaware River and High, West Broad, Talbot, and Reed streets; it is listed on state and federal registers of historic places. The oldest boyo in Burlington County and one of the oldest residences in New Jersey, the Revell House, is a contributing property. St. Mary's Episcopal Church, built in 1703 and the oldest church in New Jersey, is also within the district and has separate status as a National Historic Landmark. This district is adjacent to the city's High Street Historic District.
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