National Register of Historic Places listings in Chatham County, Georgia

Location of Chatham County in Georgia

This is a list of properties and districts in Chatham County, Georgia that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).

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This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted July 17, 2020.[1]

Current listingsEdit

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location City or town Description
1 Edmund and Mildred Abrahams Raised Tybee Cottage January 27, 2020
(#100004900)
4 Eighth St.
32°00′13″N 80°50′36″W / 32.00355°N 80.84346°W / 32.00355; -80.84346 (Edmund and Mildred Abrahams Raised Tybee Cottage)
Tybee Island
2 Ardsley Park-Chatham Crescent Historic District August 15, 1985
(#85001787)
Roughly bounded by Ardsley Pk., Chatham Crescent, Bull St., Baldwin Pk. and Ardmore
32°02′50″N 81°05′42″W / 32.047222°N 81.095°W / 32.047222; -81.095 (Ardsley Park-Chatham Crescent Historic District)
Savannah
3 Atlantic Greyhound Bus Terminal December 13, 2016
(#16000837)
109 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
32°04′47″N 81°05′51″W / 32.079828°N 81.097621°W / 32.079828; -81.097621 (Atlantic Greyhound Bus Terminal)
Savannah Now houses The Grey Bar & Restaurant. Proposed nomination form Press release
4 Bethesda Home for Boys September 12, 1973
(#73000614)
S of Savannah at Ferguson Ave. and Bethesda Rd.
31°57′34″N 81°05′43″W / 31.95944°N 81.09528°W / 31.95944; -81.09528 (Bethesda Home for Boys)
Savannah
5 Bonaventure Cemetery February 2, 2001
(#01000035)
Bonaventure Rd., 1 mi. N of US 80
32°02′38″N 81°02′44″W / 32.043889°N 81.045556°W / 32.043889; -81.045556 (Bonaventure Cemetery)
Savannah
6 Bordley Cottage-Beach View House June 27, 2014
(#14000345)
1701 Butler Ave.
31°59′27″N 80°51′01″W / 31.9909559°N 80.8501883°W / 31.9909559; -80.8501883 (Bordley Cottage-Beach View House)
Tybee Island
7 The Carbo House May 21, 2010
(#10000273)
9 Tybrisa St.
31°59′31″N 80°50′53″W / 31.99189°N 80.84805°W / 31.99189; -80.84805 (The Carbo House)
Tybee Island Weekly boarding as of 2016
8 Carver Village Historic District January 24, 2019
(#100003340)
Bounded by W. Gwinnett & Endley Sts., Allen Blun, & Collat Aves.
32°04′16″N 81°07′35″W / 32.071084°N 81.126509°W / 32.071084; -81.126509 (Carver Village Historic District)
Savannah
9 Central of Georgia Depot and Trainshed December 8, 1976
(#76000610)
Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (formerly W. Broad St.) and Liberty Sts.
32°04′34″N 81°05′57″W / 32.07607°N 81.09923°W / 32.07607; -81.09923 (Central of Georgia Depot and Trainshed)
Savannah Currently the site of the Savannah History Museum
10 Central of Georgia Railroad: Savannah Shops and Terminal Facilities June 2, 1978
(#78000970)
Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (formerly W. Broad St.) and Railroad Ave.
32°04′33″N 81°06′05″W / 32.07571°N 81.10126°W / 32.07571; -81.10126 (Central of Georgia Railroad: Savannah Shops and Terminal Facilities)
Savannah A National Historic Landmark and currently the home of the Georgia State Railroad Museum; expansion of the Central of Georgia Depot and Trainshed listing
11 Central of Georgia Railway Company Shop Property March 5, 1970
(#70000199)
Between W. Jones St. and Louisville Rd.
32°04′37″N 81°05′56″W / 32.07700°N 81.09881°W / 32.07700; -81.09881 (Central of Georgia Railway Company Shop Property)
Savannah Now an extension of the SCAD Museum of Art
12 Charity Hospital May 2, 1985
(#85000934)
644 W. 36th St.
32°03′37″N 81°06′29″W / 32.060278°N 81.108056°W / 32.060278; -81.108056 (Charity Hospital)
Savannah Now Heritage Place Apartments
13 CSS Georgia (ironclad) February 10, 1987
(#86003746)
At the bottom of the Savannah River
32°05′05″N 81°02′09″W / 32.0847°N 81.0358°W / 32.0847; -81.0358 (CSS Georgia (ironclad))
Savannah
14 Cuyler-Brownville Historic District February 13, 1998
(#98000028)
Roughly bounded by Anderson Ln., W. 31st St., Montgomery St., Victory Dr., Ogeechee Rd., and Hopkins St.
32°03′30″N 81°06′29″W / 32.058333°N 81.108056°W / 32.058333; -81.108056 (Cuyler-Brownville Historic District)
Savannah
15 Daffin Park-Parkside Place Historic District May 12, 1999
(#99000554)
Bounded by Victory Dr., Waters Ave., Bee St. and 51st Street Ln.
32°02′37″N 81°04′55″W / 32.043611°N 81.081944°W / 32.043611; -81.081944 (Daffin Park-Parkside Place Historic District)
Savannah
16 Isaiah Davenport House September 22, 1972
(#72000374)
324 E. State St.
32°04′38″N 81°05′18″W / 32.077222°N 81.088333°W / 32.077222; -81.088333 (Isaiah Davenport House)
Savannah
17 Drayton Tower October 16, 2013
(#13000826)
102 E. Liberty St.
32°04′29″N 81°05′31″W / 32.074607°N 81.091956°W / 32.074607; -81.091956 (Drayton Tower)
Savannah Originally named the Drayton Arms Apartments
18 Drouillard-Maupas House May 13, 1991
(#91000558)
2422 Abercorn St.
32°03′11″N 81°05′56″W / 32.053056°N 81.098889°W / 32.053056; -81.098889 (Drouillard-Maupas House)
Savannah
19 Dutton-Waller Raised Tybee Cottage July 24, 2008
(#08000711)
1416 7th Ave.
31°59′44″N 80°51′13″W / 31.995692°N 80.853719°W / 31.995692; -80.853719 (Dutton-Waller Raised Tybee Cottage)
Tybee Island
20 Eastside Historic District November 7, 2002
(#02001292)
Roughly bounded by E. Broad (now MLK Blvd), Cedar, Gwinnett and Anderson Sts.
32°03′36″N 81°05′03″W / 32.06°N 81.084167°W / 32.06; -81.084167 (Eastside Historic District)
Savannah
21 Eureka Club-Farr's Point July 8, 2009
(#09000491)
2326 East Blvd. on Wilmington Island
31°58′18″N 81°00′01″W / 31.97180°N 81.00015°W / 31.97180; -81.00015 (Eureka Club-Farr's Point)
Savannah
22 Fairway Oaks-Greenview Historic District March 31, 2009
(#09000184)
Bounded approximately by DeRenne Drive, Waters Avenue, Truman Parkway, and Casey Canal, and the Live Oaks Golf Course
32°01′15″N 81°05′31″W / 32.020711°N 81.092058°W / 32.020711; -81.092058 (Fairway Oaks-Greenview Historic District)
Savannah
23 Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse June 7, 1974
(#74000663)
Wright Sq.
32°04′41″N 81°05′35″W / 32.078056°N 81.093056°W / 32.078056; -81.093056 (Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse)
Savannah
24 First Bryan Baptist Church May 22, 1978
(#78000971)
575 W. Bryan St.
32°04′55″N 81°05′57″W / 32.08208°N 81.09906°W / 32.08208; -81.09906 (First Bryan Baptist Church)
Savannah
25 Fort James Jackson February 18, 1970
(#70000200)
Islands Expwy.
32°04′55″N 81°02′10″W / 32.081944°N 81.036111°W / 32.081944; -81.036111 (Fort James Jackson)
Savannah National Historic Landmark
26 Fort Pulaski National Monument October 15, 1966
(#66000064)
17 mi. W of Savannah, Cockspur Island
32°01′41″N 80°53′50″W / 32.028056°N 80.897222°W / 32.028056; -80.897222 (Fort Pulaski National Monument)
Savannah administered by the National Park Service
27 Fort Screven Historic District May 25, 1982
(#82002393)
Tilton, Butler, Van Horn, Railroad and Alger Aves., and Pulaski Rd.
32°01′24″N 80°51′00″W / 32.023333°N 80.85°W / 32.023333; -80.85 (Fort Screven Historic District)
Tybee Island
28 Gordonston Historic District October 11, 2001
(#01000741)
Roughly bounded by Skidaway Rd., Goebel Ave., Gwinnett St., and Pennsylvania Ave.
32°03′17″N 81°03′47″W / 32.054722°N 81.063056°W / 32.054722; -81.063056 (Gordonston Historic District)
Savannah
29 Green-Meldrim House January 21, 1974
(#74000664)
Macon and Bull Sts.
32°04′26″N 81°05′41″W / 32.073889°N 81.094722°W / 32.073889; -81.094722 (Green-Meldrim House)
Savannah National Historic Landmark
30 Hill Hall at Savannah State College April 23, 1981
(#81000197)
Savannah State College campus
32°01′27″N 81°03′23″W / 32.024053°N 81.056475°W / 32.024053; -81.056475 (Hill Hall at Savannah State College)
Savannah
31 W. B. Hodgson Hall March 25, 1977
(#77000413)
501 Whitaker St.
32°04′13″N 81°05′49″W / 32.070278°N 81.096944°W / 32.070278; -81.096944 (W. B. Hodgson Hall)
Savannah
32 Isle of Hope Historic District September 7, 1984
(#84003874)
Roughly bounded by Skidaway River, Parkersburg Rd., Island, Cornus, and Noble Glen Drs.
31°58′49″N 81°03′21″W / 31.980278°N 81.055833°W / 31.980278; -81.055833 (Isle of Hope Historic District)
Savannah
33 J. Herbert and Julia Johnson Raised Tybee Cottage May 21, 2008
(#08000441)
1306 Jones Ave.
31°59′48″N 80°50′58″W / 31.996703°N 80.849564°W / 31.996703; -80.849564 (J. Herbert and Julia Johnson Raised Tybee Cottage)
Tybee Island
34 Kensington Park-Groveland Historic District August 30, 2014
(#14000533)
Roughly bounded by DeRenne & Waters Aves., Abercorn & Johnston Sts.
32°01′24″N 81°06′12″W / 32.0233°N 81.1033°W / 32.0233; -81.1033 (Kensington Park-Groveland Historic District)
Savannah[4]
35 Laurel Grove-North Cemetery August 4, 1983
(#83000187)
W. Anderson St.
32°03′53″N 81°06′31″W / 32.064722°N 81.108611°W / 32.064722; -81.108611 (Laurel Grove-North Cemetery)
Savannah
36 Laurel Grove-South Cemetery September 6, 1978
(#78000972)
37th St.
32°03′37″N 81°06′57″W / 32.060278°N 81.115833°W / 32.060278; -81.115833 (Laurel Grove-South Cemetery)
Savannah
37 Lebanon Plantation November 29, 1979
(#79000704)
SW of Savannah
32°00′22″N 81°12′38″W / 32.006°N 81.2105°W / 32.006; -81.2105 (Lebanon Plantation)
Savannah Private property, gated
38 Juliette Gordon Low Historic District October 15, 1966
(#66000276)
10 Oglethorpe Ave., E., 330 Drayton St., 329 Abercorn St.
32°04′37″N 81°05′33″W / 32.077062°N 81.092480°W / 32.077062; -81.092480 (Juliette Gordon Low Historic District)
Savannah National Historic Landmark
39 Massie Common School House April 13, 1977
(#77000414)
207 E. Gordon St.
32°04′13″N 81°05′33″W / 32.07020°N 81.09245°W / 32.07020; -81.09245 (Massie Common School House)
Savannah
40 Morgan-Ille Cottage July 24, 2008
(#08000713)
703 2nd Ave.
32°00′19″N 80°50′44″W / 32.005211°N 80.845625°W / 32.005211; -80.845625 (Morgan-Ille Cottage)
Tybee Island
41 Mulberry Grove Site July 17, 1975
(#75000575)
Address Restricted (305 S Coastal Hwy)
32°11′N 81°10′W / 32.19°N 81.16°W / 32.19; -81.16 (Mulberry Grove Site)
Port Wentworth Left in ruins, reportedly only a marker was left and it is missing[5]
42 Mulherin-Righton Raised Tybee Cottage April 29, 2008
(#08000349)
14 8th Pl.
32°00′10″N 80°50′39″W / 32.002778°N 80.844244°W / 32.002778; -80.844244 (Mulherin-Righton Raised Tybee Cottage)
Tybee Island
43 New Ogeechee Missionary Baptist Church August 8, 2001
(#01000854)
751 Chevis Rd.
31°58′40″N 81°14′57″W / 31.977778°N 81.249167°W / 31.977778; -81.249167 (New Ogeechee Missionary Baptist Church)
Savannah
44 Nicholsonville Baptist Church May 22, 1978
(#78000969)
White Bluff Rd.
31°57′30″N 81°08′18″W / 31.958333°N 81.138333°W / 31.958333; -81.138333 (Nicholsonville Baptist Church)
Nicholsonville
45 Ossabaw Island May 6, 1996
(#96000468)
7 mi. S of Savannah, bounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Bear R., Ogeechee R., and St. Catherine's Sound
31°47′40″N 81°06′44″W / 31.794444°N 81.112222°W / 31.794444; -81.112222 (Ossabaw Island)
Savannah
46 Owens-Thomas House May 11, 1976
(#76000611)
124 Abercorn St.
32°04′39″N 81°05′22″W / 32.07738°N 81.08940°W / 32.07738; -81.08940 (Owens-Thomas House)
Savannah National Historic Landmark
47 Pine Gardens Historic District November 5, 2014
(#14000890)
Roughly bounded by Goebel Ave., Beech & Capitol Sts.
32°04′00″N 81°03′23″W / 32.0666°N 81.0565°W / 32.0666; -81.0565 (Pine Gardens Historic District)
Savannah
48 James and Odessa Rourke, Jr., Raised Tybee Cottage September 23, 2010
(#10000804)
702 14th St.
31°59′49″N 80°51′10″W / 31.996944°N 80.852778°W / 31.996944; -80.852778 (James and Odessa Rourke, Jr., Raised Tybee Cottage)
Tybee Island
49 St. Bartholomew's Church June 17, 1982
(#82002391)
Chevis Rd.
31°58′13″N 81°14′42″W / 31.970278°N 81.245°W / 31.970278; -81.245 (St. Bartholomew's Church)
Burroughs
50 St. Philip AME Church August 2, 1984
(#84000959)
613 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (formerly W. Broad St.)
32°04′13″N 81°06′05″W / 32.070278°N 81.101389°W / 32.070278; -81.101389 (St. Philip AME Church)
Savannah
51 Savannah and Ogeechee Canal August 11, 1997
(#97000814)
Roughly along I-95, between the Savannah and Ogeechee Rivers
32°03′40″N 81°13′18″W / 32.06112°N 81.22157°W / 32.06112; -81.22157 (Savannah and Ogeechee Canal)
Chatham
52 Savannah Historic District November 13, 1966
(#66000277)
Bounded by E. Broad, Gwinnett, and W. Broad Sts. and the Savannah River (Broad St. is now MLK Blvd)
32°04′28″N 81°05′30″W / 32.074444°N 81.091667°W / 32.074444; -81.091667 (Savannah Historic District)
Savannah National Historic Landmark
53 Savannah Pharmacy and Fonvielle Office Building February 20, 2013
(#13000023)
914-918 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
32°04′02″N 81°06′08″W / 32.067262°N 81.102112°W / 32.067262; -81.102112 (Savannah Pharmacy and Fonvielle Office Building)
Savannah Demolished in 2014[6]

NPS

54 Savannah Victorian Historic District December 11, 1974
(#74000665)
Roughly bounded by Gwinnett, Price, Anderson, and Montgomery Sts.; also the area bounded by Gwinnett, Anderson and 31st Sts.
32°03′53″N 81°05′49″W / 32.064722°N 81.096944°W / 32.064722; -81.096944 (Savannah Victorian Historic District)
Savannah Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of May 20, 1982 (refnum 82002392)
55 William Scarbrough House June 22, 1970
(#70000201)
41 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (formerly W. Broad St.)
32°04′52″N 81°05′50″W / 32.08117°N 81.09727°W / 32.08117; -81.09727 (William Scarbrough House)
Savannah National Historic Landmark, now houses the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum
56 Sea View Apartments April 22, 2003
(#03000286)
7 18th St.
31°59′21″N 80°50′57″W / 31.98909°N 80.84930°W / 31.98909; -80.84930 (Sea View Apartments)
Tybee Island
57 Slotin Building March 24, 1983
(#83000188)
101 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (formerly W. Broad St.)
32°04′48″N 81°05′52″W / 32.08007°N 81.09766°W / 32.08007; -81.09766 (Slotin Building)
Savannah Now Bergen Hall of the Savannah College of Art and Design
58 Oliver Sturges House July 14, 1971
(#71000271)
27 Abercorn St.
32°04′45″N 81°05′24″W / 32.079167°N 81.09°W / 32.079167; -81.09 (Oliver Sturges House)
Savannah
59 Telfair Academy May 11, 1976
(#76000612)
121 Barnard St.
32°04′44″N 81°05′43″W / 32.078889°N 81.095278°W / 32.078889; -81.095278 (Telfair Academy)
Savannah National Historic Landmark
60 Thomas Square Streetcar Historic District July 29, 1997
(#97000813)
Roughly bounded by Anderson Ln., 42nd St., Victory Dr., E. Broad St., and Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
32°03′28″N 81°05′56″W / 32.057778°N 81.098889°W / 32.057778; -81.098889 (Thomas Square Streetcar Historic District)
Savannah
61 Two Pierpont Circle April 4, 1990
(#90000492)
2 Pierpont Cir.
32°03′17″N 81°04′01″W / 32.054722°N 81.066944°W / 32.054722; -81.066944 (Two Pierpont Circle)
Savannah
62 Tybee Island Back River Historic District August 5, 1999
(#99000928)
Along Chatham Ave., from Tybee River to Venetian Dr.
31°59′27″N 80°51′09″W / 31.990833°N 80.8525°W / 31.990833; -80.8525 (Tybee Island Back River Historic District)
Tybee Island
63 Tybee Island Strand Cottages Historic District April 2, 1999
(#98000971)
Selected properties between Butler Ave. and Atlantic Ocean, between 12 St. and 14th St.
31°59′47″N 80°50′49″W / 31.996389°N 80.846944°W / 31.996389; -80.846944 (Tybee Island Strand Cottages Historic District)
Tybee Island
64 U.S. Customhouse May 29, 1974
(#74000666)
1-3 E. Bay St.
32°04′50″N 81°05′28″W / 32.08065°N 81.09101°W / 32.08065; -81.09101 (U.S. Customhouse)
Savannah
65 Vernonburg Historic District June 22, 2000
(#00000714)
Dancy Ave., Rockwell Ave. and S. Rockwell Ave.
31°58′19″N 81°07′34″W / 31.971944°N 81.126111°W / 31.971944; -81.126111 (Vernonburg Historic District)
Vernonburg
66 Edgar A. Weil House October 4, 2016
(#16000686)
802 14th St.
31°59′49″N 80°51′14″W / 31.997010°N 80.853959°W / 31.997010; -80.853959 (Edgar A. Weil House)
Tybee Island
67 Wild Heron December 16, 1977
(#77000415)
15 mi. SW of Savannah off U.S. 17; 2148 Grove Point Rd.
31°58′14″N 81°13′08″W / 31.970556°N 81.218889°W / 31.970556; -81.218889 (Wild Heron)
Savannah
68 Wormsloe Plantation April 26, 1973
(#73000615)
Isle of Hope and Long Island
31°57′53″N 81°04′14″W / 31.964722°N 81.070556°W / 31.964722; -81.070556 (Wormsloe Plantation)
Savannah Now a Georgia state historic site

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on July 17, 2020.
  2. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  3. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  4. ^ Kensington Park, Groveland gain historic status, by Eric Curl, Savannah Morning News, September 23, 2013
  5. ^ "Mulberry Grove Marker - Historic Markers Across Georgia". Retrieved 9 March 2017.
  6. ^ Curl, Eric. "Historic MLK pharmacy demolition begins". Savannah Morning News. 2014-07-30. Retrieved 2015-01-25.