National Register of Historic Places listings in Oxford County, Maine facts for kids
This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Oxford County, Maine.
This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Oxford County, Maine, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a map.
There are 94 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county.
|Androscoggin - Aroostook - Cumberland - Franklin - Hancock - Kennebec - Knox - Lincoln - Oxford - Penobscot - Piscataquis - Sagadahoc - Somerset - Waldo - Washington - York|
|Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|1||Albany Town House||
|Junction of State Routes 5 and 35
|2||Andover Hook and Ladder Company Building||
|39 Elm St.
|3||Andover Public Library||
|NE corner of Main and Stuart St.
|5||Bell Hill Meetinghouse||
|191 Bell Hill Rd.
|6||Bell Hill School||
|185 Bell Hill Rd.
|1.5 miles (2.4 km) south of Wilsons Mills off State Route 16, over the Magalloway River
|8||Nathaniel and Elizabeth Bennett House||
|Western side of Crockett Ridge Rd., 1.4 miles (2.3 km) north of its junction with State Route 117
|State Route 113
|10||Broad Street Historic District||
|Broad St. and the Common; also along Church and Park Sts.
||Bethel||Second set of addresses represents a boundary increase|
|11||Center Meeting House and Common||
|476 Main St.
|12||Squire Chase House||
|Main St., SW of junction with Bridgton Rd.
|13||Church of the New Jerusalem||
|4 Oxford St.
|Mountain Rd. across Bicknell Brook, 1 mile (1.6 km) west of its junction with Sodom Rd.
|19 Main St.
|16||Deacon Hutchins House||
|Northwest of Rumford on State Route 5
|17||Deering Memorial United Methodist Church||
|39 Main St.
||Paris||Sidney Badgley and William H. Nicklas, architects (1911).|
|18||District No. 1 Schoolhouse||
|515 Main St.
||Fryeburg||Now the library.|
|Western side of Lake Christopher, 0.45 miles (0.72 km) north of Hill Rd.
|20||Eastman Hill Rural Historic District||
|Eastman Hill Rd. east of Center Lovell
|21||First Universalist Society of West Sumner||
|1114 Main St.
|Carry Rd., about 1.9 miles (3.1 km) west of Middle Dam
|23||Foster Family Home||
|Western side of Sunday River Rd., 1.5 miles (2.4 km) northwest of its junction with Skiway Rd.
|24||Fryeburg Registry of Deeds||
|Main St., next to the library
|25||Fryeburg Town House, Former||
|Eastern side of State Route 5, 0.1 miles (0.16 km) north of its junction with Woodlawn Ave. (now Corn Shop Rd.)
|Off State Route 5
|27||Gilead Railroad Station, Former||
|Back St and Bridge St, just off Route 2, Gilead
||Gilead||Moved in Jan 2011 from Auburn back to Gilead|
|28||Greenwood Cattle Pound||
|Greenwood Rd., 0.33 miles (0.53 km) north of State Route 219
|29||Greenwood Town Hall, Former||
|270 Main St.
|10 Kilborn St.
|31||Enoch Hall House||
|Western side of Bean Rd., 0.5 miles (0.80 km) southeast of its junction with State Route 117
|Northeast of Fryeburg Center, over the Old Course Saco River
|33||Hershey Plow Company Building||
|Hill St. near Stony Brook
|State Routes 5/113 across the Saco River from their junction with State Route 117
|35||Moses Hutchins House||
|Junction of State Route 6 and Old Stage Rd.
|36||J&O Irish Store||
|State Route 140
||Hartford||Now a local history museum.|
|37||Zadoc Long Free Library||
|Southern side of State Route 117 at its junction with State Route 140
||Buckfield||John Calvin Stevens, architect (1900-01).|
|Over the Ellis River
|39||Lovell Meeting House||
|1133 Main St.
|40||Lovell Village Church||
||Lovell||Ammi Cutter, architect (1851).|
|41||Lower Meeting House and East Bethel Cemetery||
|1797 Intervale Road
|42||Lower Sunday River School||
|Southwest of Newry on Sunday River Rd.
|43||Main Street Historic District||
|Main Street from Portland St. to about Swans Falls Rd.
|44||Maine Archaeological Survey site 21.26||
|45||Arthur L. Mann Memorial Library||
|46||Dr. Moses Mason House||
||Bethel||Bethel Historical Society property.|
|47||McLaughlin House and Garden||
|97 Main St.
|McWain Hill Rd.
|44-56 Congress St.
|Northeast of Andover on State Route 120
|51||Middle Intervale Meeting House and Common||
|757 Intervale Rd.
|53||North Waterford Congregational Church||
|Off State Route 35
|54||Norway Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Pearl St., Danforth St. and Greenleaf Ave., Pennesseewassee Stream, and Main and Whitman Sts.
|55||The Nutting Homestead||
|South of Otisfield off State Route 121
|56||Osgood Family House||
|57||Otisfield Town House (Former)||
|53 Bell Hill Rd.
|58||Oxford Congregational Church and Cemetery||
|Eastern side of King St., 0.2 miles (0.32 km) north of its junction with State Route 121
|59||Paris Hill Historic District||
|Main St. and Hannibal Hamlin Dr., east to Mt. Mica and Christian Ridge Rds.
|60||Paris Public Library||
|3 Main St.
||South Paris||John Calvin Stevens, architect.|
|61||Marion Parsons House||
|179 Main St.
|East of Gilead on U.S. Route 2
|63||John M. Philbrook House||
|32 Main St.
||Bethel||Now the Victoria Inn|
|64||Samuel D. Philbrook House||
|162 Main St.
|65||Porter Old Meetinghouse||
|North of Porter off State Route 25
|0.5 miles (0.80 km) south of Porter over the Ossipee River
||Porter||Extends into York County|
|67||E.C. and M.I. Record Homestead||
|8 Bean Rd.
|55, 59, and 60 River St.
|Town Farm Brook Rd.
|70||Rumford Falls I-IV Site||
|71||Rumford Falls Power Company Building||
|59 Congress St.
|72||Rumford Falls V Site||
|73||Rumford Point Congregational Church||
|Junction of U.S. Route 2 and State Route 5
||Rumford||Jonathan Adams Bartlett, architect (1865).|
|74||Rumford Public Library||
||Rumford||John Calvin Stevens, architect (1903).|
|West Andrew Hill Road over the Crooked River
||Otisfield||Extends into Harrison in Cumberland County|
|76||Levi Sargent House||
|Otisfield Gore Rd.
|77||Soldiers Memorial Library||
|85 Main St.
|78||Stearns Hill Farm||
|90 Stearns Hill Rd.
|79||Elisha F. Stone House||
|33 Hartford St.
|81||Strathglass Park District||
|Bounded by Lincoln Ave., Hancock St., Maine Ave., and York St.
|State Route 119
||Hebron||John Calvin Stevens, architect (1891).|
|83||Sunday River Bridge||
|West of Newry, over the Sunday River
||Newry||Also known locally as the Artist's Bridge.|
|84||Town of Rumford Site||
|Off State Route 140
|86||Upton Grange No. 404 (Former)||
|Junction of State Route 26 and Mill Rd.
|South of Hiram
|89||David Warren House||
|Off State Route 140
|90||Waterford Historic District||
|State Routes 35 and 37
Boundary increase (listed August 23, 2011, refnum 11000583): 30 Valley Rd
|91||John Watson House||
|1 mile (1.6 km) northwest of Hiram on Benny Babb Hill Road
|92||West Paris Lodge No. 15, I.O.O.F.||
|221 Main St.
|93||Whitman Memorial Library||
|1 mile (1.6 km) southwest of the junction of State Routes 26 and 232
|94||Benjamin Wiley House||
|Southeast of North Fryeburg on Fish St.
|Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Date removed||Location||City or town||Summary|
|1||Knight's Country Store||
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