National Register of Historic Places listings in Greenville County, South Carolina


This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Greenville County, South Carolina outside the city of Greenville.

Location of Greenville County in South Carolina

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Greenville County, South Carolina, 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 map.[1]

There are 88 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county. Listings in the city of Greenville are listed separately, while the 43 properties and districts in the remaining parts of the county are listed here. Another property in Greenville County outside Greenville was once listed but has been removed.


          This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted May 13, 2022.[2]

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Current listingsEdit

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 American Spinning Company Mill No. 2 October 18, 2016
(#16000730)
300 Hammett St.
34°52′24″N 82°24′44″W / 34.873339°N 82.412309°W / 34.873339; -82.412309 (American Spinning Company Mill No. 2)
Greenville
2 Arthur Barnwell House March 19, 1982
(#82003867)
South of Greer on South Carolina Highway 14
34°51′18″N 82°13′41″W / 34.855°N 82.228056°W / 34.855; -82.228056 (Arthur Barnwell House)
Greer
3 William Bates House December 4, 1978
(#78002512)
East of Greenville on South Carolina Highway 14
34°50′53″N 82°14′04″W / 34.848056°N 82.234444°W / 34.848056; -82.234444 (William Bates House)
Greenville
4 Brandon Mill September 3, 2014
(#14000317)
25 Draper St.
34°50′39″N 82°25′53″W / 34.8443°N 82.4314°W / 34.8443; -82.4314 (Brandon Mill)
Greenville
5 Burdette Building July 17, 2003
(#03000660)
104 E. Curtis St.
34°44′14″N 82°15′19″W / 34.737222°N 82.255278°W / 34.737222; -82.255278 (Burdette Building)
Simpsonville
6 Campbell's Covered Bridge July 1, 2009
(#09000483)
123 Campbell Covered Bridge Rd.
35°05′09″N 82°15′51″W / 35.0858°N 82.2642°W / 35.0858; -82.2642 (Campbell's Covered Bridge)
Gowensville
7 Cannon Building September 28, 2005
(#05001100)
100 N. Main St.
34°41′37″N 82°11′59″W / 34.693611°N 82.199722°W / 34.693611; -82.199722 (Cannon Building)
Fountain Inn
8 Conestee Mill March 2, 2014
(#09000913)
1 Spanco Dr.
34°46′13″N 82°20′51″W / 34.770304°N 82.347627°W / 34.770304; -82.347627 (Conestee Mill)
Conestee
9 Cureton-Huff House January 13, 1983
(#83002196)
Southwest of Simpsonville off S-272 (West Georgia Road)
34°41′34″N 82°20′02″W / 34.692778°N 82.333889°W / 34.692778; -82.333889 (Cureton-Huff House)
Simpsonville
10 Davenport House February 1, 1999
(#98001623)
100 Randall St.
34°56′10″N 82°13′37″W / 34.936111°N 82.226944°W / 34.936111; -82.226944 (Davenport House)
Greer
11 Dunean Mill Historic District February 4, 2019
(#100003418)
Bounded by Madden, Allen, Whitten & Hutchins Sts.
34°49′35″N 82°25′16″W / 34.8265°N 82.4212°W / 34.8265; -82.4212 (Dunean Mill Historic District)
Dunean
12 Fairview Presbyterian Church August 16, 1977
(#77001224)
West of Fountain Inn off South Carolina Highway 418
34°38′37″N 82°15′05″W / 34.643611°N 82.251389°W / 34.643611; -82.251389 (Fairview Presbyterian Church)
Fountain Inn
13 Fountain Inn High School June 3, 2009
(#09000390)
315 N. Main St.
34°41′44″N 82°12′06″W / 34.695508°N 82.201642°W / 34.695508; -82.201642 (Fountain Inn High School)
Fountain Inn
14 Fountain Inn Principal's House and Teacherage June 27, 2011
(#11000415)
105 Mt. Zion Dr.
34°41′47″N 82°11′33″W / 34.696389°N 82.1925°W / 34.696389; -82.1925 (Fountain Inn Principal's House and Teacherage)
Fountain Inn
15 James A. Fulmer House October 5, 2015
(#15000706)
303 N. Main St.
34°41′45″N 82°12′06″W / 34.6957°N 82.2017°W / 34.6957; -82.2017 (James A. Fulmer House)
Fountain Inn
16 Gilreath's Mill May 28, 1976
(#76001703)
4 miles northwest of Greer on South Carolina Highway 101
34°58′23″N 82°16′44″W / 34.973056°N 82.278889°W / 34.973056; -82.278889 (Gilreath's Mill)
Greer
17 John H. Goodwin House September 8, 1983
(#83002197)
South Carolina Highway 11 at U.S. Route 25
35°05′19″N 82°27′08″W / 35.088611°N 82.452222°W / 35.088611; -82.452222 (John H. Goodwin House)
Travelers Rest
18 Greer Depot March 6, 1987
(#87000409)
311 Trade St.
34°56′10″N 82°13′33″W / 34.936111°N 82.225833°W / 34.936111; -82.225833 (Greer Depot)
Greer
19 Greer Downtown Historic District September 18, 1997
(#97001156)
Roughly bounded by Trade, E. Poinsett, Randall, Victoria, and N. Main Sts.; Roughly along Trade St., E. Poinsett St., and N. Main St.
34°56′16″N 82°13′43″W / 34.937778°N 82.228611°W / 34.937778; -82.228611 (Greer Downtown Historic District)
Greer Second set of addresses represent boundary changes approved September 30, 2019.
20 Greer Post Office January 31, 2011
(#10001184)
106 S Main St.
34°56′19″N 82°13′38″W / 34.938528°N 82.227111°W / 34.938528; -82.227111 (Greer Post Office)
Greer
21 Holly Springs School October 7, 2019
(#100004494)
130 Holly Springs Rd.
34°34′41″N 82°23′48″W / 34.5780°N 82.3968°W / 34.5780; -82.3968 (Holly Springs School)
Belton vicinity
22 Hopkins Farm September 20, 2007
(#07000987)
3717 Fork Shoals Rd.
34°38′53″N 82°18′30″W / 34.648069°N 82.308228°W / 34.648069; -82.308228 (Hopkins Farm)
Simpsonville
23 Louie James House September 19, 1996
(#96000985)
401 W. Poinsett St.
34°56′25″N 82°14′05″W / 34.940278°N 82.234722°W / 34.940278; -82.234722 (Louie James House)
Greer
24 Judson Mill February 5, 2018
(#100002084)
701 Easley Bridge Rd.
34°50′13″N 82°25′39″W / 34.837012°N 82.427484°W / 34.837012; -82.427484 (Judson Mill)
Greenville
25 McBee Methodist Church March 23, 1972
(#72001212)
Main St.
34°46′00″N 82°21′10″W / 34.766667°N 82.352778°W / 34.766667; -82.352778 (McBee Methodist Church)
Conestee
26 McDowell House November 17, 2010
(#10000921)
500 N Main St.
34°41′53″N 82°12′17″W / 34.698056°N 82.204722°W / 34.698056; -82.204722 (McDowell House)
Fountain Inn
27 Monaghan Mill October 4, 2005
(#05001159)
201 Smythe St.
34°52′00″N 82°25′27″W / 34.866667°N 82.424167°W / 34.866667; -82.424167 (Monaghan Mill)
City View
28 Old Pilgrim Baptist Church Cemetery and Kilgore Family Cemetery February 28, 2017
(#100000688)
3540 Woodruff Rd.
34°47′36″N 82°11′46″W / 34.793235°N 82.196045°W / 34.793235; -82.196045 (Old Pilgrim Baptist Church Cemetery and Kilgore Family Cemetery)
Simpsonville
29 Paris Mountain State Park Historic District April 30, 1998
(#98000416)
2401 State Park Rd.
34°56′25″N 82°23′39″W / 34.940278°N 82.394167°W / 34.940278; -82.394167 (Paris Mountain State Park Historic District)
Greenville
30 Pelham Mills Site (38GR165) November 19, 1987
(#87001954)
South of Greer on South Carolina Highway 14
34°51′25″N 82°13′36″W / 34.857073°N 82.226637°W / 34.857073; -82.226637 (Pelham Mills Site (38GR165))
Pelham
31 Piedmont Mill Stores Building March 16, 2020
(#100005071)
2-8 Main St.
34°42′15″N 82°27′44″W / 34.7043°N 82.4622°W / 34.7043; -82.4622 (Piedmont Mill Stores Building)
Piedmont
32 Poinsett Bridge October 22, 1970
(#70000590)
About 4 miles north of Tigerville on County Road 42
35°07′47″N 82°23′06″W / 35.129722°N 82.385°W / 35.129722; -82.385 (Poinsett Bridge)
Tigerville
33 Robert Quillen Office and Library January 30, 2012
(#10000316)
200 N. Main St.
34°41′40″N 82°12′01″W / 34.694388°N 82.200201°W / 34.694388; -82.200201 (Robert Quillen Office and Library)
Fountain Inn
34 George Salmon House January 21, 1988
(#87002520)
South Carolina Highway 414, 1.8 miles west of U.S. Route 25
35°02′07″N 82°27′31″W / 35.035278°N 82.458611°W / 35.035278; -82.458611 (George Salmon House)
Travelers Rest
35 Simpsonville Baptist Church October 13, 1992
(#92001309)
106 Church St.
34°44′21″N 82°15′10″W / 34.739167°N 82.252778°W / 34.739167; -82.252778 (Simpsonville Baptist Church)
Simpsonville
36 Southern Bleachery and Print Works July 25, 2012
(#12000439)
113 Mill St.
34°55′12″N 82°17′21″W / 34.92005°N 82.28928°W / 34.92005; -82.28928 (Southern Bleachery and Print Works)
Taylors
37 Spring Park Inn February 1, 2018
(#100002085)
301 Old Buncombe Rd.
34°57′45″N 82°26′28″W / 34.962493°N 82.441156°W / 34.962493; -82.441156 (Spring Park Inn)
Travelers Rest
38 Earle R. Taylor House and Peach Packing Shed June 27, 2012
(#12000372)
1001 Locust Hill Rd.
34°56′52″N 82°15′46″W / 34.947853°N 82.26273°W / 34.947853; -82.26273 (Earle R. Taylor House and Peach Packing Shed)
Greer
39 Tullyton July 31, 1990
(#89002151)
606 Hickory Tavern Rd.
34°36′24″N 82°13′57″W / 34.606667°N 82.2325°W / 34.606667; -82.2325 (Tullyton)
Fountain Inn
40 R. Perry Turner House February 1, 1999
(#98001624)
211 N. Main St.
34°56′29″N 82°13′31″W / 34.941389°N 82.225278°W / 34.941389; -82.225278 (R. Perry Turner House)
Greer
41 Robert G. Turner House February 1, 1999
(#98001625)
305 N. Main St.
34°56′34″N 82°13′30″W / 34.942778°N 82.225°W / 34.942778; -82.225 (Robert G. Turner House)
Greer
42 F. W. Welborn House November 23, 2010
(#10000920)
405 N. Weston St.
34°41′51″N 82°12′09″W / 34.6975°N 82.2025°W / 34.6975; -82.2025 (F. W. Welborn House)
Fountain Inn
43 Woodside Cotton Mill Village Historic District April 30, 1987
(#87000678)
Woodside Ave. and E. Main St.
34°51′12″N 82°25′47″W / 34.853333°N 82.429722°W / 34.853333; -82.429722 (Woodside Cotton Mill Village Historic District)
Woodside

Former listingEdit

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Description
1 Piedmont Manufacturing Company June 2, 1978
(#78002516)
March 5, 1986 Main Street
34°51′12″N 82°25′47″W / 34.853333°N 82.429722°W / 34.853333; -82.429722 (Piedmont Manufacturing Company)
Piedmont Burned in 1983.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved May 13, 2022.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  5. ^ 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.