National Register of Historic Places listings in Somerset 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 Somerset 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|
|40 Mt. Airy Rd.
|30 DuBois Road
|3||Basking Ridge Classical School||
|15 W. Oak Street
|4||Bedens Brook Bridge||
|Opossum Rd., 0.1 miles (0.16 km) south of Orchard Rd., over Bedens's Brook, Montgomery Township
|5||Bedens Brook Road Bridge||
|Beden's Brook Rd., 0.1 miles (0.16 km) east of Province Line Rd., over branch of Beden's Brook, Montgomery Township
|U.S. Route 202
|7||Blawenburg Historic District||
|Georgetown-Franklin Turnpike/CR 588, Great Road/CR 601, and Mountain View Road
||Blawenburg||Includes Reformed Dutch Church of Blawenburg|
|135 N. Maple Ave.
|9||Bound Brook Station||
|E. Main St.
|10||Bridgepoint Historic District||
|North of Rocky Hill along Bridgepoint and Dead Tree Run roads
|10 Hamilton St.
||Bound Brook||Known as Brook Arts Center|
|12||Cat Tail Brook Bridge||
|Northwest of Rocky Hill on Montgomery Rd
|13||Clover Hill Historic District||
|Amwell and Wertsville-Clover Hill Roads
||Clover Hill||Extends into Hunterdon County|
|214 N. Maple Ave.
|15||Moses Craig Limekilns||
|122 Main St.
|16||Delaware and Raritan Canal||
|Follows the Delaware River to Trenton, then E to New Brunswick
|17||East Millstone Historic District||
|Amwell Road and Delaware & Raritan Canal
|1246 Millstone River Rd., Hillsborough Township
|19||Far Hills Station||
|U.S. Route 202
|20||Franklin Corners Historic District||
|North of Bernardsville on Hardscrabble and Childs Rds. and U.S. Route 202
|21||General John Frelinghuysen House||
|Somerset St. and Wyckoff Ave.
|23||Griggstown Historic District||
|Roughly Canal Road from Old Georgetown Road to Ten Mile Run
|24||Dirck Gulick House||
|506 Belle Mead-Blawenburg Road
|25||Hamilton Farm Stable Complex||
|1040 Pottersville Rd.
|26||Higginsville Road Bridges||
|Higginsville Rd. at the South Branch of the Raritan River
|27||Huff House and Farmstead||
|River Rd. at S branch of Raritan River
|450 King George Rd.
||Bernards Township (Basking Ridge)|
|29||King's Highway Historic District||
|NJ 27, US 206
||Franklin||Extends into Mercer and Middlesex Counties|
|30||Kingston Mill Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Herrontown, River, Princeton-Kingston Rds., and lots west of Princeton Township
|31||Kingston Village Historic District||
|Roughly New Jersey Route 27 from Raymond Rd. to Delaware & Raritan Canal, Church St., Laurel Ave., Heathcote Brook Rd., & Academy St.
||Kingston||Extends into Middlesex County|
|1 Reinman Road
|33||Lamington Historic District||
|Lamington, Black River, Rattlesnake Bridge, and Cowperthwaite Roads
|34||Liberty Corner Historic District||
|Roughly, the junction of Church Street and Valley and Lyons Roads, and the area west and southwest
|35||Alexander and James Linn Homestead||
|Rt. 202/Mine Brook Rd., between Sunnybranch Rd. and Lake Rd.
|37||Lyons Veterans Administration Hospital Historic District||
|151 Knollcroft Road
||Lyons||31 buildings, 1 site, 1 object, and 1 structure.|
|Burnt Hill Road at Rock Brook
||Montgomery Township||destroyed by fire in 2011|
|1289 Easton Ave.
||Franklin||Known as Van Wickle House|
|41||Middlebrook Encampment Site||
|42||Middlebush Village Historic District||
|Amwell Road, S. Middlebush Road, Railroad Avenue, Olcott Street, and Debow Street
||Franklin||Includes Middlebush Reformed Church|
|43||Millstone Historic District||
|Amwell and River Roads
|44||Millstone Valley Agricultural District||
|South of Millstone on River Road
|45||Morristown National Historical Park||
|Jockey Hollow Road
||Bernardsville||New Jersey Brigade Encampment Site in Somerset County|
|46||Mount Bethel Baptist Meetinghouse||
|About 2 miles (3.2 km) north of Martinsville off Interstate 78
|47||Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church||
|189 Hollow Rd.
|48||Neshanic Historic District||
|Amwell and Zion Roads
|River Road and Mill Lane
|50||Neshanic Station Historic District||
|Maple Avenue, Fairview Drive; Elm, Olive, Pearl, Main, and Marshall Streets; Woodfern Road
|51||North Branch Historic District||
|Easton Turnpike, Vanderveer Avenue, Burnt Mill and Station Roads
|52||Olcott Avenue Historic District||
|Portions of Olcott, Childsworth, and Highview Avenues, and Church St.
|53||Old Dutch Parsonage||
|65 Washington Place
|54||Old Stone Arch Bridge||
|Railroad Ave., approximately 194 feet east of South Main St.
|55||John Parker Tavern||
|2 Morristown Rd.
|56||Pluckemin Village Historic District||
|U.S. Route 206 and Burnt Mills Road
|57||Pluckemin Continental Artillery Cantonment Site||
|Junction of U.S. Routes 202 and 206, north of River Rd., Bedminster Twp.
|58||Pottersville Village Historic District||
|Properties fronting on Black River, Pottersville, McCann Mill and Hacklebarney Roads, Fairmount Road East and High Street
||Pottersville||Extends into Hunterdon and Morris Counties|
|59||Presbyterian Church at Bound Brook||
|409 Mountain Ave.
|60||Presbyterian Church in Basking Ridge||
|6 E. Oak St.
|Nevius Street over the Raritan River, Raritan Borough and Hillsborough Township
||Raritan||Known as Nevius Street Bridge|
|Anderson and Thompson Sts.
|63||Reformed Dutch Church of Blawenburg||
|424 CR 518
||Blawenburg||Known as Blawenburg Reformed Church|
|64||Relief Hose Company No. 2 Engine House||
|16 Anderson St.
|71 Hardscrabble Rd.
|66||River Road Historic Rural District||
|Millstone River Road from Hillsborough Road to Van Horne Road
|67||Daniel Robert House||
|25 West End Avenue
||Somerville||Serves as Somerville Borough Hall and Somerville Public Library|
|68||Rock Brook Bridge||
|Junction of Long Hill and Dutchtown-Zion Rds. over Cat Tail Brook, Montgomery and Hillsborough Townships
|84 Laurel Avenue (Route 603)
||Franklin||Judge John Berrien House, George Washington's Headquarters in 1783, originally at Rocky Hill, relocated near Kingston in 2001|
|70||Rocky Hill Historic District||
|Washington Street; Montgomery, Crescent, and Princeton Avenues
|71||St. Bernard's Church and Parish House||
|88 Claremont Rd.
|72||St. John's Church Complex||
|154–158 W. High Street
||Somerville||Includes St. John's Episcopal Church, rectory, and parish hall|
|73||Six Mile Run Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Grouse Road, Amwell Road, Bennetts Lane, New Jersey Route 27, Bunker Hill Road and the Millstone River
|74||Six Mile Run Reformed Church||
|3037 New Jersey Route 27
|West of Plainfield at 84 Mountain Ave.
|76||J. Harper Smith Mansion||
|228 Altamont Place
|77||Somerset Courthouse Green||
|Roughly E. Main St. from Grove St. to N. Bridge St.
|78||South Branch Historic District||
|River Road and Orchard Drive
|79||South Branch Schoolhouse||
|2120 South Branch Road
|17 Von Steuben Lane
||South Bound Brook||Headquarters of General Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben during the second Middlebrook encampment, 1778–79|
|81||Lord Stirling Manor Site||
|Southeast of Basking Ridge at 96 Lord Stirling Road
|82||Andrew Ten Eyck House||
|671 Old York Rd.
|1165 Hamilton St.
||Somerset||Known as Whitehaven Farm|
|255 Greenbrook Road
|85||Van Der Veer-Harris House||
|344 U.S. Route 206 (Hillsborough Township)
|86||Van Horne House||
|941 East Main Street
||Bridgewater Township||Headquarters of General William Alexander, Lord Stirling during the second Middlebrook encampment, 1778–79|
|87||Van Veghten House||
|9 Van Veghten Drive
||Bridgewater Township||Headquarters of Quartermaster General Nathanael Greene during the second Middlebrook encampment, 1778–79|
|88||Jacobus Vanderveer House||
|Junction of U.S. Route 202 and U.S. Route 206, north of River Rd., Bedminster Twp.
||Bedminster||Includes museum for Pluckemin Continental Artillery Cantonment Site|
|89||Van Derventer–Brunson House||
|614 Greenbrook Road
||North Plainfield||Known as Vermeule Mansion|
|90||Dr. John Vermeule House||
|223 Rock Ave.
||Green Brook||One of the oldest houses in township, dating from as early as 1787. Exemplary building for that period in East New Jersey|
|664 Foothill Road
||Bridgewater Township||Known as Jacob Vosseller House|
|38 Washington Place
||Somerville||Headquarters of General George Washington during the second Middlebrook encampment, 1778–79|
|93||Washington Park Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Green Brook Rd., Grove Ave., E. Front St., and Geraud Ave.
|94||West End Hose Company Number 3||
|15 Doughty Av.
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