National Register of Historic Places listings in Winchester, Virginia facts for kids
This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Winchester, Virginia.
This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in the independent city of Winchester, Virginia, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a Google map.
There are 21 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the city, including 1 National Historic Landmark.
|Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||Description|
|Parkview St. and Rouss Spring Rd.
||Oldest house in Winchester, built by Simon Taylor in 1754, for Isaac Hollingsworth, the son of Abraham Hollingsworth, who arrived in 1728.|
|2||Patsy Cline House||
|608 S. Kent St.
|598 N. Kent St.
||Built in 1927 as a "separate but equal" school for African American students but converted to a community center in 1966 after desegregation; may have been named for Frederick Douglass, despite the spelling difference.|
|311 Fairmont Ave.
||Built in 1809 by Lewis Barnett for local merchant Joseph Tidball; remodeled in 1929 in Colonial Revival Style.|
|5||Fort Loudoun Site||
|419 N. Loudoun St.
||Archaeological site of fort erected under George Washington's supervision.|
|6||Frederick County Courthouse||
|20 N. Loudoun St.
|801 Amherst St.
||Built in 1794 by Robert Wood, son of James and Mary Wood, who founded Frederick Town (later Winchester) in 1744.|
|Northwest corner of Braddock and Piccadilly Sts.
||Funded by Scranton, Pennsylvania, coal baron, Judge John Handley, and built by New York architects J. Stewart Barney and Henry Otis Chapman, it is "perhaps Virginia's purest expression of the regal and florid Beaux Arts classicism." It opened in August 1913.|
|9||John Handley High School||
|425 Handley Boulevard
|10||Hawthorne and Old Town Spring||
|610 and 730 Amherst St.
||Late Georgian- to Federal-style stone house built in 1811, a spring house built in 1816, and a spring.|
|530 Amherst St.
||Completed in 1874 by architect Brice Leatherman for James W. Burgess in a style designed to open up interior space and let in more natural light. Even rarer than octagon houses built on similar principles.|
|12||Thomas J. Jackson Headquarters||
|415 N. Braddock St.
|13||Adam Kurtz House||
|Northeast corner of Braddock and Cork Sts.
||The house served as George Washington's headquarters while he was supervising the construction of Fort Loudoun in 1755-1756.|
|14||Daniel Morgan House||
|226 Amherst St.
|15||Mount Hebron Cemetery and Gatehouse||
|305 E. Boscawen St.
||Established in 1844 on two older churchyards. Expanded in 1866 to include Stonewall Cemetery for 2,576 Confederate war dead. Iron fence added in 1891 and limestone gatehouse for superintendent added in 1902.|
|16||Old Stone Church||
|304 E. Piccadilly St.
|27 W. Gerrard St.
|18||The George Washington Hotel||
|103 E Piccadilly St.
|19||Winchester Coca-Cola Bottling Works||
|1720 Valley Ave.
|20||Winchester Historic District||
|U.S. Routes 11, 17/50, and 522; also 120 and 126 N. Kent St.; also the 300-400 blocks of N. Cameron St., 12 Clark St., 110 E. Fairfax La. and 145 N. Baker St.; also Amherst, Boscawen, Gerrard, Pall Mall, and Stewart Sts.
||Second, third, and fourth sets of boundaries represent boundary increases of February 20, 2003, September 12, 2008, and January 5, 2016|
|21||Winchester National Cemetery||
|401 National Ave.
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