National Register of Historic Places listings in Richmond County, Georgia

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This is a list of properties and districts in Richmond 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 October 4, 2019.[1]

Current listings[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location City or town Description
1 Academy of Richmond County
Academy of Richmond County
April 11, 1973
(#73000639)
540 Telfair St.
33°28′12″N 81°57′45″W / 33.47°N 81.9625°W / 33.47; -81.9625 (Academy of Richmond County)
Augusta
2 Academy of Richmond County-1926 Campus
Academy of Richmond County-1926 Campus
January 28, 2004
(#03001491)
910 Russell St.
33°28′25″N 82°00′17″W / 33.473611°N 82.004722°W / 33.473611; -82.004722 (Academy of Richmond County-1926 Campus)
Augusta
3 Augusta Canal Industrial District
Augusta Canal Industrial District
May 27, 1971
(#71000285)
Along the west bank of the Savannah River from the Richmond-Columbia county line to 10th and Fenwick Sts.
33°29′51″N 81°59′47″W / 33.4975°N 81.996389°W / 33.4975; -81.996389 (Augusta Canal Industrial District)
Augusta National Historic Landmark (canal and historic district), extends into Columbia County
4 Augusta Cotton Exchange Building
Augusta Cotton Exchange Building
July 20, 1978
(#78001003)
Reynolds St.
33°28′35″N 81°57′53″W / 33.476389°N 81.964722°W / 33.476389; -81.964722 (Augusta Cotton Exchange Building)
Augusta
5 Augusta Downtown Historic District
Augusta Downtown Historic District
June 11, 2004
(#04000515)
Roughly bounded by 13th St., Gordon Hwy., Walton Way and the Savannah R.
33°28′18″N 81°57′50″W / 33.471667°N 81.963889°W / 33.471667; -81.963889 (Augusta Downtown Historic District)
Augusta
6 Bath Presbyterian Church and Cemetery
Bath Presbyterian Church and Cemetery
October 27, 2004
(#04001179)
Edie Bath Rd., 0.5 miles (0.80 km) west of US 1
33°20′11″N 82°10′22″W / 33.33641°N 82.1728°W / 33.33641; -82.1728 (Bath Presbyterian Church and Cemetery)
Blythe
7 Stephen Vincent Benet House
Stephen Vincent Benet House
November 11, 1971
(#71000286)
2500 Walton Way
33°28′33″N 82°01′27″W / 33.47580°N 82.02407°W / 33.47580; -82.02407 (Stephen Vincent Benet House)
Augusta National Historic Landmark
8 Bethlehem Historic District
Bethlehem Historic District
December 1, 1997
(#97001470)
Roughly bounded by Wrightsboro Rd., MLK Jr. Blvd., Railroad, Poplar, and Clay Sts.
33°27′32″N 81°59′05″W / 33.458889°N 81.984722°W / 33.458889; -81.984722 (Bethlehem Historic District)
Augusta
9 Brahe House
Brahe House
April 11, 1973
(#73000640)
456 Telfair St.
33°28′09″N 81°57′37″W / 33.469167°N 81.960278°W / 33.469167; -81.960278 (Brahe House)
Augusta
10 Broad Street Historic District
Broad Street Historic District
April 28, 1980
(#80001226)
Broad St. between 5th and 13th Sts.
33°28′30″N 81°58′02″W / 33.475°N 81.967222°W / 33.475; -81.967222 (Broad Street Historic District)
Augusta
11 Cauley-Wheeler Memorial Building June 4, 2008
(#08000493)
1339 Laney Walker Blvd.
33°28′01″N 81°58′58″W / 33.46698°N 81.98274°W / 33.46698; -81.98274 (Cauley-Wheeler Memorial Building)
Augusta Demolished in 2011[4][5]
12 Church of the Most Holy Trinity
Church of the Most Holy Trinity
March 21, 1997
(#97000250)
720 Telfair St.
33°28′18″N 81°58′01″W / 33.471667°N 81.966944°W / 33.471667; -81.966944 (Church of the Most Holy Trinity)
Augusta
13 College Hill
College Hill
November 11, 1971
(#71000287)
2216 Wrightsboro Rd.
33°28′00″N 82°00′48″W / 33.46678°N 82.01322°W / 33.46678; -82.01322 (College Hill)
Augusta National Historic Landmark
14 Joseph Darling House April 18, 1991
(#91000479)
3066 Dennis Rd.
33°31′41″N 82°02′55″W / 33.528°N 82.04871°W / 33.528; -82.04871 (Joseph Darling House)
Martinez
15 Engine Company Number One
Engine Company Number One
May 25, 1988
(#88000565)
452 Ellis St.
33°28′17″N 81°57′34″W / 33.471389°N 81.959444°W / 33.471389; -81.959444 (Engine Company Number One)
Augusta
16 First Baptist Church of Augusta
First Baptist Church of Augusta
March 23, 1972
(#72000397)
Greene and 8th Sts.
33°28′21″N 81°58′03″W / 33.4725°N 81.9675°W / 33.4725; -81.9675 (First Baptist Church of Augusta)
Augusta
17 First Presbyterian Church of Augusta
First Presbyterian Church of Augusta
February 21, 1997
(#97000100)
642 Telfair St.
33°28′13″N 81°57′54″W / 33.470278°N 81.965°W / 33.470278; -81.965 (First Presbyterian Church of Augusta)
Augusta
18 FitzSimons-Hampton House
FitzSimons-Hampton House
October 29, 1976
(#76000645)
SR 28
33°26′59″N 81°55′17″W / 33.449722°N 81.921389°W / 33.449722; -81.921389 (FitzSimons-Hampton House)
Augusta
19 Fruitlands
Fruitlands
May 25, 1979
(#79000742)
2604 Washington Rd.
33°30′03″N 82°01′20″W / 33.500833°N 82.022222°W / 33.500833; -82.022222 (Fruitlands)
Augusta Clubhouse of the Augusta National Golf Club - admission only to members and ticket holders to tournaments[6]
20 Gertrude Herbert Art Institute
Gertrude Herbert Art Institute
March 20, 1973
(#73000641)
506 Telfair St.
33°28′11″N 81°57′41″W / 33.469722°N 81.961389°W / 33.469722; -81.961389 (Gertrude Herbert Art Institute)
Augusta
21 Gould-Weed House
Gould-Weed House
July 16, 1979
(#79000743)
828 Milledge Rd.
33°28′35″N 82°00′46″W / 33.476389°N 82.012778°W / 33.476389; -82.012778 (Gould-Weed House)
Augusta
22 Greene Street Historic District
Greene Street Historic District
December 3, 1980
(#80001227)
Greene St.
33°28′25″N 81°58′05″W / 33.473611°N 81.968056°W / 33.473611; -81.968056 (Greene Street Historic District)
Augusta
23 Harris-Pearson-Walker House
Harris-Pearson-Walker House
October 28, 1969
(#69000052)
1822 Broad St.
33°29′04″N 81°59′42″W / 33.484444°N 81.995°W / 33.484444; -81.995 (Harris-Pearson-Walker House)
Augusta
24 Harrisburg-West End Historic District
Harrisburg-West End Historic District
June 7, 1990
(#90000802)
Roughly bounded by 15th St., Walton Way, Heard Ave., Milledge Rd., and the Augusta Canal
33°28′55″N 81°59′50″W / 33.481944°N 81.997222°W / 33.481944; -81.997222 (Harrisburg-West End Historic District)
Augusta
25 Dr. Asbury and Martha Hull House September 18, 2018
(#100002961)
2749 Hillcrest Ave.
33°28′40″N 82°01′59″W / 33.4777°N 82.0330°W / 33.4777; -82.0330 (Dr. Asbury and Martha Hull House)
Augusta
26 Lamar Building
Lamar Building
April 24, 1979
(#79000744)
753 Broad St.
33°28′31″N 81°57′54″W / 33.475278°N 81.965°W / 33.475278; -81.965 (Lamar Building)
Augusta
27 Joseph Rucker Lamar Boyhood Home
Joseph Rucker Lamar Boyhood Home
June 13, 1996
(#96000598)
415 7th St.
33°28′19″N 81°57′55″W / 33.471944°N 81.965278°W / 33.471944; -81.965278 (Joseph Rucker Lamar Boyhood Home)
Augusta
28 Laney-Walker North Historic District
Laney-Walker North Historic District
September 5, 1985
(#85001976)
Bounded by D'Antignac, 7th, Twiggs, Phillips and Harrison Sts., Walton Way and Laney Walker Blvd.
33°28′01″N 81°58′29″W / 33.466944°N 81.974722°W / 33.466944; -81.974722 (Laney-Walker North Historic District)
Augusta
29 Liberty Methodist Church
Liberty Methodist Church
November 7, 1997
(#97001330)
2040 Liberty Church Rd.
33°19′12″N 82°02′17″W / 33.32°N 82.038056°W / 33.32; -82.038056 (Liberty Methodist Church)
Hephzibah
30 Meadow Garden
Meadow Garden
July 19, 1976
(#76000646)
1230 Nelson St.
33°28′26″N 81°58′47″W / 33.47376°N 81.97979°W / 33.47376; -81.97979 (Meadow Garden)
Augusta Home of George Walton, youngest signer of the U.S. Declaration of Independence, a National Historic Landmark
31 Old Medical College Building
Old Medical College Building
March 16, 1972
(#72000398)
Telfair and 6th Sts.
33°28′13″N 81°57′47″W / 33.470278°N 81.963056°W / 33.470278; -81.963056 (Old Medical College Building)
Augusta National Historic Landmark
32 Old Richmond County Courthouse
Old Richmond County Courthouse
December 22, 1978
(#78001004)
432 Telfair St.
33°28′09″N 81°57′34″W / 33.469167°N 81.959444°W / 33.469167; -81.959444 (Old Richmond County Courthouse)
Augusta
33 Paine College Historic District December 26, 2012
(#12001082)
1235 15th St.
33°28′10″N 81°59′35″W / 33.46954°N 81.993155°W / 33.46954; -81.993155 (Paine College Historic District)
Augusta [7]
34 Pinched Gut Historic District
Pinched Gut Historic District
March 6, 1980
(#80001228)
Roughly bounded by Gordon Hwy., E. Boundary, Reynolds, and Gwinnett Sts.
33°27′47″N 81°57′22″W / 33.463056°N 81.956111°W / 33.463056; -81.956111 (Pinched Gut Historic District)
Augusta
35 Reid-Jones-Carpenter House
Reid-Jones-Carpenter House
November 13, 1979
(#79000745)
2249 Walton Way
33°28′41″N 82°00′56″W / 33.478056°N 82.015556°W / 33.478056; -82.015556 (Reid-Jones-Carpenter House)
Augusta
36 Sacred Heart Catholic Church
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
March 16, 1972
(#72000399)
Greene and 13th Sts.
33°28′38″N 81°58′37″W / 33.477222°N 81.976944°W / 33.477222; -81.976944 (Sacred Heart Catholic Church)
Augusta
37 Sands Hill Historic District
Sands Hill Historic District
July 9, 1997
(#97000754)
Roughly bounded by Monte Sano and North View Aves., Mount Auburn St., Johns Rd., and Augusta Country Club.
33°29′00″N 82°01′13″W / 33.483333°N 82.020278°W / 33.483333; -82.020278 (Sands Hill Historic District)
Augusta
38 Seclusaval and Windsor Spring
Seclusaval and Windsor Spring
October 11, 1988
(#87001331)
Junction of Windsor Spring and Tobacco Rds.
33°23′05″N 82°04′21″W / 33.384722°N 82.0725°W / 33.384722; -82.0725 (Seclusaval and Windsor Spring)
Hephzibah
39 Shiloh Orphanage
Shiloh Orphanage
December 30, 1996
(#96001500)
1635 15th St.
33°27′32″N 81°59′55″W / 33.458889°N 81.998611°W / 33.458889; -81.998611 (Shiloh Orphanage)
Augusta
40 Springfield Baptist Church
Springfield Baptist Church
June 17, 1982
(#82002461)
112 12th St. (original) and 114 12th St. (increase)
33°28′43″N 81°58′18″W / 33.478611°N 81.971667°W / 33.478611; -81.971667 (Springfield Baptist Church)
Augusta There was a boundary increase on July 5, 1990 (refnum 90000979)
41 St. Paul's Episcopal Church
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
April 11, 1973
(#73000642)
6th and Reynolds Sts.
33°28′33″N 81°57′42″W / 33.475833°N 81.961667°W / 33.475833; -81.961667 (St. Paul's Episcopal Church)
Augusta
42 Summerville Historic District
Summerville Historic District
May 22, 1980
(#80001229)
Roughly bounded by Milledge Lane, Wrightsboro Rd., Highland and Heard Aves., Cumming and Henry Sts.
33°28′32″N 82°01′07″W / 33.475556°N 82.018611°W / 33.475556; -82.018611 (Summerville Historic District)
Augusta
43 Tubman High School
Tubman High School
March 7, 1994
(#94000154)
1740 Walton Way
33°28′25″N 81°59′51″W / 33.473611°N 81.9975°W / 33.473611; -81.9975 (Tubman High School)
Augusta
44 United States Post Office and Courthouse
United States Post Office and Courthouse
January 21, 2000
(#99001648)
500 E. Ford St.
33°28′20″N 81°58′03″W / 33.472222°N 81.9675°W / 33.472222; -81.9675 (United States Post Office and Courthouse)
Augusta
45 Weiss-Steinburg-Bush House July 2, 2019
(#100004115)
1300 Buena Vista Rd.
33°28′28″N 82°02′18″W / 33.4744°N 82.0383°W / 33.4744; -82.0383 (Weiss-Steinburg-Bush House)
Augusta
46 Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home
Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home
February 28, 1979
(#79000746)
419 7th St.
33°28′18″N 81°57′54″W / 33.47167°N 81.96505°W / 33.47167; -81.96505 (Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home)
Augusta National Historic Landmark
47 Woodlawn Historic District July 2, 2019
(#100004122)
Roughly bounded by Walton Way, Emmett St., Wrightsboro Rd., and Heard Ave.
33°28′12″N 82°00′18″W / 33.4699°N 82.0050°W / 33.4699; -82.0050 (Woodlawn Historic District)
Augusta

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on October 4, 2019.
  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. ^ MetroSpirit
  5. ^ Historic Augusta - 2013 endangered property, contains photo
  6. ^ Gold Club
  7. ^ NPS