National Register of Historic Places listings in Hunterdon County, New Jersey facts for kids
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This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below) may be seen in an online map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".
- This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted March 31, 2017.
|Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|1||Amsterdam Historic District||
|Amsterdam, Church, and Crab Apple Hill roads
|2||Annandale Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Maple Avenue, Main Street, Beaver Avenue and East Street
|3||J. K. Apgar Farmhouse||
|CR 512 and Guinea Hollow Rd.
|4||Asbury Historic District||
|County Routes 632 and 643, Maple Avenue, Kitchen Road, and School Street, Asbury
||Bethlehem Township||Primarily in Asbury, Warren County|
|159 Oldwick Road
|On Bray's Hill Rd.
|7||Califon Historic District||
|Main, Academy, Mill, Bank and First streets; Railroad and Philhower avenues; and River Road
|111 Mine St.
|West of Pattenburg on SR 14
|10||Clinton Historic District||
|Center, West Main, Main, East Main, Halstead, Water, and Leigh streets
|11||Clover Hill Historic District||
|Amwell and Wertsville-Clover Hill Roads
||Clover Hill||Extends into Somerset County|
|12||Cokesbury Historic District||
|Cokesbury-Califon Road, CR 639, Water Street, and McCatharn Road
|13||Covered Bridge Historic District||
|Roughly along CR 604, Pine Hill Road, and Lower Creek Road
||Delaware Township||Includes Green Sergeant's Covered Bridge|
|14||Dart's Mill Historic District||
|Northeast of Flemington on Rt. 523
|15||Dawlis Mill-Spring Mill Historic District||
|525 and 530 NJ 31
|16||Delaware and Raritan Canal||
|Follows the Delaware River to Trenton, then E to New Brunswick
|17||District No. 98 Schoolhouse||
|19 S. Main St.
|7 Lower Center Street
||Clinton||Home to the Hunterdon Art Museum|
|19||Everittstown Historic District||
|Intersection of CR 513, CR 519 and Palmyra Road
|20||Charles Eversole House||
|509 Cty Rd. 523
|21||Fairmount Historic District||
|NJ 517 from the Morris-Hunterdon County line to NJ 512 and NJ 517 from Fox Hill to Wildwood Roads, Fairmount
||Tewksbury Township||Extends into Washington Township, Morris County|
|22||Fink-Type Truss Bridge||
|West of Allerton off NJ 31 over South Branch of Raritan River
|23||Flemington Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by NJ 12, NJ 31, N. Main, Shields, and Hopewell Aves.
|24||Frenchtown Historic District||
|Bounded by 12th Street, Washington Street, the Delaware River and Nishisakawick Creek
||Frenchtown||Includes Uhlerstown–Frenchtown Bridge|
|25||Frog Hollow Road Bridge over minor tributary of the South Branch, Raritan River||
|Frog Hollow Rd., approximately 1,400 feet (430 m) west of Beavers Rd.
|26||Glen Gardner Pony Pratt Truss Bridge||
|School Street over Spruce Run
|27||Green Sergeant's Covered Bridge||
|Rosemont-Sergeantsville Road over the Wickecheoke Creek
|28||Headquarters Historic District||
|Rosemont-Ringoes Road, Zentek Road
||Headquarters||Boundary increase February 8, 2016.|
|29||High Bridge Reformed Church||
|Church St. and CR 513
|End of Lindbergh Rd., East Amwell Township
|31||Hollow Brook Road Bridge over tributary of the Lamington River||
|Hollow Brook Rd. approx. 700 feet (210 m) west of Homestead Rd.
|32||Imlaydale Historic District||
|Imlaydale Road and surrounding land between NJ 31 and the Musconetcong River, Washington and Lebanon Townships
||Hampton||Primarily in Washington Township, Warren County|
|33||The Kalmia Club||
|39 York St.
||Lambertville||Clubhouses of New Jersey Women's Clubs Multiple Property Submission|
|35||Lambertville Historic District||
|NJ 29 and NJ 179
|32 Bridge St.
|Northeast of Pittstown on Hamden Road
|38||Lebanon Historic District||
|Main Street, Cherry Street, Brunswick Avenue, Maple Street, High Street
|39||Little York Historic District||
|CR 614 and Sweet Hollow Road
|40||Locktown Baptist Church||
|West of Stockton on Locktown-Stugeonville Rds.
|41||James W. Marshall House||
|60 Bridge St.
|42||David McKinney Mill||
|56 Main Street
||Clinton||Part of the Red Mill Museum Village|
|43||Mechlin's Corner Tavern||
|Northwest of Pittstown
||Lebanon Township||Historic farm complex and stone arch bridge. Primarily in Mansfield Township, Warren County.|
|45||Mount Airy Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by NJ 179, Rt. 605, Rt. 603, and Rt. 601
|46||Mount Pleasant Historic District||
|CR 519 and Rick Road
|47||Mount Salem Methodist Episcopal Church||
|48||Mountainville Historic District||
|Main Street, Guinea Hollow, Saw Mill, Rockaway Creek and Philhower Roads
|49||M. C. Mulligan & Sons Quarry||
|56 Main Street
||Clinton||Part of the Red Mill Museum Village|
|23 W. Main St.
|51||New Hampton Historic District||
|Roughly along Musconetcong River Road, and Rymon Road
||New Hampton||Includes New Hampton Pony Pratt Truss Bridge|
|52||New Hampton Pony Pratt Truss Bridge||
|Shoddy Mill Road over the Musconetcong River
||New Hampton||Extends into Warren County, Rymon Road, Washington Township|
|53||New Market-Linvale-Snydertown Historic District||
|Roughly along NJ 31, Linvale, Snydertown, and Woodsville Rds.
||East and West Amwell Townships|
|54||Old Grandin Library||
|12 E. Main St.
|55||Old Stone Presbyterian Church||
|Corner of Oak Summit Road and County Route 519
||Kingwood Township||Known as the Old Stone Church|
|56||Oldwick Historic District||
|Roughly along County Route 517, Church, King, James, Joliet and William Streets
|57||Palatine Road Bridge over a minor tributary of the Lamington River||
|Palatine Rd., junction with Homestead and Cold Spring Roads.
|58||Peck's Ferry Bridge||
|Locktown-Flemington Rd. (Delaware Township)
|167 Perryville Road
|60||Pittstown Historic District||
|Pittstown Road and adjacent portions of Race Street and Quakertown Road, Franklin and Alexandra Townships
|61||Pleasant Valley Historic District||
|Centered on junction of Pleasant Valley Road with Woodens Lane and Hunter Road
||West Amwell Township||Extends into Mercer County|
|62||Potterstown Rural Historic District||
|Along Potterstown and Halls Mill Roads and I-78, Readington and Clinton Townships
|63||Pottersville Village Historic District||
|Properties fronting on Black River, Pottersville, McCann Mill and Hacklebarney Roads, Fairmount Road East and High Street
||Pottersville||Extends into Somerset and Morris Counties|
|65||Pursley's Ferry Historic District||
|Old River Road at Church Road
|66||Quakertown Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Quakertown, Cherryville Roads, Quaker Lane, and Locust Grove Road
||Quakertown||Also known as Quaker Meeting, includes Quaker Meeting House|
|67||Raritan–Readington South Branch Historic District||
|River Road from NJ 31 to US 202
||Raritan Township, Readington Township||Includes John Reading Farmstead|
|68||Raven Rock Historic District||
|NJ 29 and Quarry Road
|69||Raven Rock Road Bridge||
|Rosemont-Raven Rock Rd.
|70||John Reading Farmstead||
|76 River Road
|71||Readingsburg Historic District||
|Cokesbury and Stone Mill Roads, CR 639
|72||Readington Village Historic District||
|Readington, Hillcrest, Centerville and Brookview Roads
||Readington||Includes Readington Reformed Church|
|73||Reaville Historic District||
|Old York, Amwell, Barley Sheaf, Kuhl, and Manners roads
|74||Riegel Ridge Community Center||
|County Route 519, approximately 1.5 miles (2.4 km) north of the New Jersey-Pennsylvania state line, Holland Township
|75||Ringoes Historic District||
|Old York, John Ringo, Wertsville and Boss Rds., and Larison Ln.
||East Amwell Township|
|76||Rockhill Agricultural Historic District||
|North of Pittstown on SR 513
|77||Rosemont Rural Agricultural District||
|County Routes 519 and 604; Sanford Rd.; Covered Bridge Rd.
|78||Sand Brook Historic District||
|Cty. Rd. 523, Sand Brook-Headquarters & Britton Rds.
|79||Sergeantsville Historic District||
|County Routes 523 and 604, Lambert Rd., Delaware Dr.
|80||St. Thomas Episcopal Church||
|Southwest of Pittstown on Sky Manor Road
|81||Stanton Historic Rural District||
|Jct. of Stanton and Mountain Rds., between Round and Cushetunk Mtns.
|82||Stone Sign Post Road Bridge over Plum Brook||
|Stone Sign Post Rd.
|83||Strimple's Mill Road Bridge over Lockatong Creek||
|Strimple's Mill Rd.
|84||Taylor's Mill Historic District||
|Taylor's Mill Road and Rockaway Road
|255 Ridge Road
|Northwest of Clinton on Van Syckles Road
|87||John Van Syckle House||
|195 Rummel Rd.
|88||Van Syckel Corner District||
|Van Syckels Corner and Norton Roads
|89||Christoffel Vought Farmstead||
|East of Grey Rock Road, 600 feet (180 m) north of the junction with NJ 31.
|90||Wertsville Historic District||
|Wertsville and Lindbergh Rds.
||East Amwell Township|
|Main Street, Whitehouse Station
|92||Whitehouse–Mechanicsville Historic District||
|Old New Jersey Route 28, Mill, Lamington and School Roads
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