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National Register of Historic Places listings in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania


National Register of Historic Places listings in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Location of Montgomery County in Pennsylvania

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

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

There are 150 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county. Eleven sites are further designated National Historic Landmarks and one is designated a National Historic Park.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted December 5, 2014.[2]

Current listings

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Municipality Description
1 Abington Senior High School
Abington Senior High School
August 2, 1985
1801 Susquehanna Road
Abington Township
2 Henry Antes House
Henry Antes House
May 12, 1975
Northeast of Pottstown on Colonial Road
Upper Frederick Township Headquarters of General [5]
3 Augustus Lutheran Church
Augustus Lutheran Church
December 24, 1967
7th Avenue, East and Main Street
4 Barley Sheaf Inn
Barley Sheaf Inn
December 10, 1980
North of Norristown at 420 West Germantown Pike
East Norriton Township
5 Bauern Freund Print Shop
Bauern Freund Print Shop
July 26, 1982
Pennsylvania Route 63
Marlborough Township
6 Bergy Bridge Historic District
Bergy Bridge Historic District
October 10, 1973
Northwest of Harleysville off Pennsylvania Route 63
Upper Salford Township
7 Beth Sholom Synagogue
Beth Sholom Synagogue
March 29, 2007
8231 Old York Road
Cheltenham Township Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.
8 Black Horse Inn
Black Horse Inn
July 5, 2005
1432 Bethlehem Pike, Flourtown
Springfield Township
9 Black Rock Bridge
Black Rock Bridge
June 22, 1988
Township Route 113 over the Schuylkill River
Upper Providence Township Extends into Chester County
10 Henry W. Breyer Sr. House
Henry W. Breyer Sr. House
February 20, 2004
8230 Old York Road
Cheltenham Township
11 Bridge in Franconia Township
Bridge in Franconia Township
June 22, 1988
Allentown Road over Skippack Creek near Elvoy
Franconia Township
12 Bridge in Hatfield Township
Bridge in Hatfield Township
June 22, 1988
Orvilla Road over western branch of the Neshaminy Creek
Hatfield Township
13 Bridge in Upper Frederick Township
Bridge in Upper Frederick Township
June 22, 1988
Fagleysville Road over Swamp Creek near Fagleysville
Upper Frederick Township
14 Bridge in Upper Fredrick Township
Bridge in Upper Fredrick Township
June 22, 1988
Gerloff Road over Swamp Creek near Zieglersville
Upper Frederick Township
15 Bridge in Upper Merion Township
Bridge in Upper Merion Township
June 22, 1988
South Gulph Road over Gulph Creek
Upper Merion Township
16 Bryn Athyn Historic District
Bryn Athyn Historic District
October 6, 2008
Huntington Pike and Cathedral Road
Bryn Athyn
17 Bryn Athyn-Lower Moreland Bridge
Bryn Athyn-Lower Moreland Bridge
June 22, 1988
Byberry Road over a branch of Pennypack Creek
Lower Moreland Township
18 Bryn Mawr
Bryn Mawr
July 2, 1973
500 Harriton Road
Lower Merion Township
19 Bryn Mawr College Historic District
Bryn Mawr College Historic District
May 4, 1979
Morris Avenue, Yarrow Street and New Gulph Road
Lower Merion Township
20 Bryn Mawr Hotel
Bryn Mawr Hotel
April 27, 1979
Morris and Montgomery Avenues
Lower Merion Township
21 Cairnwood
March 21, 2002
3028 Huntington Pike
Bryn Athyn
22 Camptown Historic District
Camptown Historic District
October 31, 1985
Roughly bounded by Penrose Avenue, Graham Lane, Dennis Street, and Cheltenham Avenue
Cheltenham Township
23 Carson College for Orphan Girls
Carson College for Orphan Girls
March 15, 1991
Between West Mill and Wissahickon Roads, Flourtown
Springfield Township
24 Central Norristown Historic District
Central Norristown Historic District
November 23, 1984
Roughly bounded by Stoney Creek, Walnut, Lafayette, and Fornace Streets
25 Cold Point Historic District
Cold Point Historic District
September 9, 1983
Interstate 276, Butler Pike, Militia Hill and Narcissa Roads
Plymouth and Whitemarsh Townships
26 Warren Z. Cole House
Warren Z. Cole House
March 7, 1973
Skippack Pike and Evansburg Road
Skippack Township
27 Compton and Bloomfield
Compton and Bloomfield
December 22, 1978
9414 Meadowbrook Avenue
Springfield Township Bloomfield House is in Northwest Philadelphia
28 Continental Stove Works
Continental Stove Works
January 9, 1986
First Street above Main
29 Alan W. Corson Homestead
Alan W. Corson Homestead
June 19, 1973
5130 Butler Pike
Whitemarsh Township
30 County Bridge No. 54
County Bridge No. 54
June 22, 1988
Morris Road, over a branch of Wissahickon Creek that arises near Prospectville
Whitemarsh Township
31 Curtis Arboretum
Curtis Arboretum
March 20, 2002
1250 West Church Road
Cheltenham Township
32 Dawesfield
March 29, 1991
565 Lewis Lane, Ambler
Whitpain Township
33 Elkins Railroad Station, Philadelphia and Reading Railroad
Elkins Railroad Station, Philadelphia and Reading Railroad
October 25, 1990
Junction of Spring and Park Avenues, Cheltenham Township
Cheltenham Township Cope & Stewardson, architects.
34 John Englehardt Homestead
John Englehardt Homestead
June 4, 1973
West of Schwenksville off Pennsylvania Route 73 on Keyser Road
Upper Frederick Township
35 William and Mordecai Evans House
William and Mordecai Evans House
April 20, 2005
1206 Main Street, Linfield
Limerick Township
36 Evansburg Historic District
Evansburg Historic District
June 19, 1972
On U.S. Route 422, bounded by Cross Key Road, Grange Avenue, Mill Road, and Ridge Pike
Lower Providence, Skippack, and Worcester Townships
37 Farmar Mill
Farmar Mill
May 19, 1972
North of Flourtown at the junction of U.S. Route 309 and Pennsylvania Route 73
Whitemarsh Township
38 Fetter's Mill
Fetter's Mill
May 27, 1999
2543 Fetter's Mill Drive, Bryn Athyn
Lower Moreland Township
39 Fetter's Mill Village Historic District
Fetter's Mill Village Historic District
August 16, 2006
Fetter's Mill Road and Pennypack Lane
Bryn Athyn and Lower Moreland Township
40 Dr. Norman & Doris Fisher House
Dr. Norman & Doris Fisher House
March 31, 2014
197 E. Mill Rd.
41 Gladwyne Historic District
Gladwyne Historic District
December 10, 1980
Pennsylvania Route 23
Lower Merion Township
42 Glencairn
August 31, 1978
1001 Papermill Road
Bryn Athyn
43 Glenside Memorial Hall
Glenside Memorial Hall
May 12, 2004
185 Keswick Avenue
Cheltenham Township
44 Globe Knitting Mills
Globe Knitting Mills
January 31, 2003
660 and 694 East Main Street
45 Graeme Park
Graeme Park
October 15, 1966
Keith Valley Road
Horsham Township
46 Green Hill Farms
Green Hill Farms
December 15, 2011
6 East Lancaster Avenue
Lower Merion Township
47 Grey Towers
Grey Towers
February 14, 1980
Easton Road and Limekiln Pike
Cheltenham Township Horace Trumbauer, architect.
48 Grubb Mansion
Grubb Mansion
May 1, 1991
1304 High Street
49 Conrad Grubb Homestead
Conrad Grubb Homestead
June 19, 1973
Northwest of Schwenksville off Pennsylvania Route 73 on Perkiomenville Road
Upper Frederick Township
50 Gwynedd Hall
Gwynedd Hall
September 24, 1985
1244 Meetinghouse Road
Lower Gwynedd Township
51 Hanging Rock
Hanging Rock
December 24, 1997
1144 South Gulph Road
Upper Merion Township
52 Harriton
October 31, 1985
1401-1415 Old Gulph Road
Lower Merion Township
53 George K. Heller School
May 2, 2001
439 Ashbourne Road, Ashmead Village
Cheltenham Township
54 High Street Historic District
High Street Historic District
January 28, 1992
631-1329 High Street
55 The Highlands
The Highlands
December 12, 1976
West of central Whitemarsh Township at Skippack Pike and Sheaff Lane
Whitemarsh Township
56 Hope Lodge
Hope Lodge
April 26, 1972
553 Bethlehem Pike
Whitemarsh Township
57 Horsham Friends Meeting
Horsham Friends Meeting
June 21, 1991
Junction of Meeting House and Easton Roads
Horsham Township
58 Horsham-Montgomery Bridge
Horsham-Montgomery Bridge
June 22, 1988
Lower State Road over Little Neshaminy Creek
Horsham and Montgomery Townships
59 Hovenden House, Barn and Abolition Hall
Hovenden House, Barn and Abolition Hall
February 18, 1971
1 East Germantown Pike
Whitemarsh Township
60 Isaac Hunsberger House
Isaac Hunsberger House
June 22, 2000
545 West Ridge Pike
Limerick Township
61 Idlewild Farm Complex
Idlewild Farm Complex
January 20, 1984
617 Williamson Road
Lower Merion Township
62 Jefferson Elementary School
Jefferson Elementary School
September 30, 2003
Beech and Warren Streets
63 Jenkins Homestead
Jenkins Homestead
September 15, 1977
137 Jenkins Avenue
64 Jenkins' Town Lyceum Building
Jenkins' Town Lyceum Building
October 16, 1979
Old York and Vista Roads
Jenkintown Furness & Evans, architects.
65 Jacob Kastner Loghouse
Jacob Kastner Loghouse
July 15, 1996
416 Norristown Road, Spring House
Lower Gwynedd Township
66 Keefe-Mumbower Mill
Keefe-Mumbower Mill
August 8, 2008
Northeastern corner of the junction of Swedesford and Township Line Roads
Upper Gwynedd Township
67 Kenderdine Mill Complex
Kenderdine Mill Complex
January 22, 1992
Junction of Keith Valley and Davis Grove Roads
Horsham Township
68 Kennedy Mansion
June 21, 1983
1050 Valley Forge Road
Upper Merion Township One of five surviving buildings from the demolished village of Valley Forge National Historical Park.
69 Keswick Theatre
Keswick Theatre
June 30, 1983
291 Keswick Avenue
Abington Township Horace Trumbauer, architect.
70 King of Prussia Inn
King of Prussia Inn
December 23, 1975
101 Bill Smith Boulevard
Upper Merion Township
71 Klein Meetinghouse
Klein Meetinghouse
April 13, 1973
Maple Avenue
Lower Salford Township
72 Knapp Farm
Knapp Farm
October 22, 1976
South of Montgomeryville off Pennsylvania Route 309
Montgomery Township
73 Knipe-Johnson Farm
Knipe-Johnson Farm
November 8, 2000
606 DeKalb Pike
Upper Gwynedd Township
74 Knipe-Moore-Rupp Farm
Knipe-Moore-Rupp Farm
November 7, 2003
Hancock Road and Prospect Avenue, North Wales
Upper Gwynedd Township
75 Knurr Log House
Knurr Log House
November 5, 1974
Meng Road, Delphi
Lower Frederick Township
76 Dielman Kolb Homestead
Dielman Kolb Homestead
August 17, 1973
South of Lederach on Kinsey Road, Lederach
Lower Salford Township
77 Isaac Kulp Farm
Isaac Kulp Farm
March 12, 1999
Junction of North Swedesford and Hancock Roads
Upper Gwynedd Township
78 Kuster Mill
Kuster Mill
March 24, 1971
On Skippack Creek at Mill Road and Water Street Road near Collegeville
Skippack Township
79 Lady Washington Inn
Lady Washington Inn
November 26, 1982
2550 Huntington Pike
Lower Moreland Township
80 Landis Homestead
Landis Homestead
October 10, 1973
Southwest of Tylersport off Pennsylvania Route 563 on Morwood Road
Salford Township
81 Lansdale Silk Hosiery Compy-Interstate Hosiery Mills, Inc.
Lansdale Silk Hosiery Compy-Interstate Hosiery Mills, Inc.
December 3, 2004
200 South Line Street
82 Lee Tire and Rubber Company
Lee Tire and Rubber Company
August 23, 1984
1100 Hector Street
Whitemarsh Township
83 Loller Academy
Loller Academy
August 24, 1978
424 South York Road
84 Long Meadow Farm
Long Meadow Farm
June 19, 1973
Northwest of Schwenksville on Pennsylvania Route 73
New Hanover Township
85 Lower Merion Academy-Cynwyd Elementary School-Bala Cynwyd Junior High School Complex
Lower Merion Academy-Cynwyd Elementary School-Bala Cynwyd Junior High School Complex
November 27, 2002
506 Bryn Mawr Avenue
Lower Merion Township
86 Merion Cricket Club
Merion Cricket Club
February 27, 1987
Montgomery Avenue and Grays Ln.
Lower Merion Township Furness & Evans, architects.
87 Merion Friends Meeting House
Merion Friends Meeting House
August 5, 1998
615 Montgomery Avenue
Lower Merion Township
88 Mill Creek Historic District
Mill Creek Historic District
December 10, 1980
Near and east of Bryn Mawr; also roughly bounded by the Schuylkill River, Mill Creek, and Righter's Mill, Rose Glen, and Monk's Roads
Lower Merion Township Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of August 30, 1996
89 Mill Grove
Mill Grove
March 16, 1972
Pawling Road
Lower Providence Township
90 Miller's House at Spring Mill
Miller's House at Spring Mill
January 4, 1990
North Lane and Hector Street
Whitemarsh Township
91 Milmoral
January 31, 2003
1150 Church Road, Wyncote
Cheltenham Township
92 Edward Morgan Log House
May 17, 1973
Off Pennsylvania Route 363 on Weikel Road near Kulpsville
Towamencin Township
93 Anthony Morris House
Anthony Morris House
December 3, 1980
North of Norristown on Stump Hall Road
Worcester Township
94 Mount Joy
Mount Joy
March 11, 1971
North Lane and Hector Street
Whitemarsh Township
95 Henry Melchior Muhlenberg House
Henry Melchior Muhlenberg House
February 18, 2000
201 West Main Street
96 Narbrook Park Historic District
Narbrook Park Historic District
November 7, 2003
Narbrook Road and Windsor Avenue
97 Normandy Farmstead
May 10, 2001
1411 Morris Rd. near Blue Bell
Whitpain Township
98 Oak Park Historic District
Oak Park Historic District
July 23, 1998
Roughly along Oak Park Road, Park Avenue, Oak Boulevard, Forest Avenue, and Squirrel Lane
Hatfield Township
99 Old Norriton Presbyterian Church
Old Norriton Presbyterian Church
April 3, 1979
Northwest of Norristown on U.S. Route 422
East Norriton Township
100 Old Pottstown Historic District
Old Pottstown Historic District
September 5, 1985
Roughly bounded by South, Race, Bailey, Adams, Lincoln, Beech, and Manatawny Streets
101 Pennypacker Mansion
Pennypacker Mansion
November 7, 1976
5 Haldeman Road
Perkiomen Township
102 Perkiomen Bridge
Perkiomen Bridge
June 22, 1988
Ridge Pike over Perkiomen Creek
103 Perkiomen Bridge Hotel
Perkiomen Bridge Hotel
January 3, 1985
Main Street and Route 29
104 Plymouth Friends Meetinghouse
Plymouth Friends Meetinghouse
February 18, 1971
Corner of Germantown and Butler Pikes
Plymouth Township
105 Plymouth Meeting Historic District
Plymouth Meeting Historic District
February 18, 1971
Plymouth Meeting and Whitemarsh Townships
Plymouth and Whitemarsh Townships
106 Poplar Lane
Poplar Lane
May 22, 1978
1000 Boxwood Court, near King of Prussia
Upper Merion Township
107 Pottsgrove Mansion
Pottsgrove Mansion
January 18, 1974
West of Pottstown on Benjamin Franklin Highway (High Street)
108 Pottstown Roller Mill
Pottstown Roller Mill
October 10, 1974
South and Hanover Streets
109 Quaker Manor House
Quaker Manor House
November 21, 1976
1165 Pinetown Road
Upper Dublin Township
110 Reading Railroad Pottstown Station
Reading Railroad Pottstown Station
January 12, 1984
High Street between Hanover and York Streets
Pottstown Clark Dillenbeck, architect.
111 Red Hill Historic District
Red Hill Historic District
October 31, 1985
148, 152, and 200-600 Main Street, 98-226 and 21-231 West Sixth Street, and 532-550 Adams Street
Red Hill
112 Andreas Rieth Homestead
Andreas Rieth Homestead
September 19, 1973
Southeast of Pennsburg on Geryville Pike
Marlborough Township
113 David Rittenhouse Junior High School
David Rittenhouse Junior High School
June 28, 1996
1705 Locust Street
114 Roberts and Mander Stove Company Buildings
Roberts and Mander Stove Company Buildings
August 7, 2005
Roughly along Jacksonville Road, Tanner Avenue, and Lincoln Avenue
115 Rowland House
Rowland House
October 25, 1979
300 Ashbourne Road
Cheltenham Township
116 Sanatoga Union Sunday School
Sanatoga Union Sunday School
August 4, 2004
2341 East High Street
Lower Pottsgrove Township
117 William and Caroline Schall House
William and Caroline Schall House
October 11, 2007
100 Main Street
Green Lane
118 Schuylkill Navigation Canal, Oakes Reach Section
Schuylkill Navigation Canal, Oakes Reach Section
May 6, 1988
Northern and eastern bank of the Schuylkill River from Pennsylvania Route 113 to Lock 61
Upper Providence Township Extends into Chester County
119 Seville Theatre
Seville Theatre
December 28, 2005
822-826 West Lancaster Avenue
Lower Merion Township
120 Joseph Sinnott Mansion
Joseph Sinnott Mansion
August 29, 1980
Montgomery and Lendover Avenues
Lower Merion Township Hazelhurst & Huckel, architects; now on Rosemont College campus
121 Skippack Bridge
Skippack Bridge
December 2, 1970
East of Evansburg on Pennsylvania Route 422
Lower Providence Township
122 Souderton Historic District
Souderton Historic District
June 10, 2011
Roughly bounded by Railroad Avenue, East Broad Street, Noble Street, Spruce Alley, South Front Street, and Washington Avenue
123 Springfield Mill
Springfield Mill
May 13, 1976
On Northwestern Avenue between Germantown Avenue and Bethlehem Pike in Erdenheim
Springfield Township
124 St. Paul's Episcopal Church
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
April 22, 1982
Old York and Ashbourne Roads
Cheltenham Township Horace Trumbauer, architect.
125 Stanley
May 10, 2005
8500 Pine Road, Philadelphia
Abington Township Extends into Northeast Philadelphia
126 Gen. Thomas J. Stewart Memorial Armory
Gen. Thomas J. Stewart Memorial Armory
July 12, 1991
340 Harding Boulevard
127 Stotesbury Club House
Stotesbury Club House
March 7, 1985
7830 Eastern Avenue
Springfield Township
128 Strawbridge and Clothier Store
Strawbridge and Clothier Store
December 22, 1988
Old York Road north of Rydal Road
129 Sunnybrook
August 11, 2005
50 Sunnybrook Road
Lower Pottsgrove Township
130 Sunrise Mill
Sunrise Mill
April 11, 1977
3 miles (4.8 km) west of Schwenksville on Neiffer Road
Upper Frederick Township
131 Sutch Road Bridge in Marlborough Township
Sutch Road Bridge in Marlborough Township
June 22, 1988
Sutch Road over Unami Creek near Milford
Marlborough Township
132 Swamp Creek Road Bridge
Swamp Creek Road Bridge
June 22, 1988
Swamp Creek Road over Unami Creek near Sumneytown
Marlborough Township
133 M. Carey Thomas Library, Bryn Mawr College
M. Carey Thomas Library, Bryn Mawr College
July 17, 1991
Bounded by Morris, Yarrow, Wyndon and New Gulph Roads, Bryn Mawr College campus
Lower Merion Township Cope & Stewardson, architects.
134 Union Library Company
Union Library Company
November 20, 1980
243 South York Road
135 Union School
Union School
August 11, 1980
516-518 Bethlehem Pike
Whitemarsh Township
136 Upper Roxborough Historic District
Upper Roxborough Historic District
May 2, 2001
Roughly bounded by Shawmont Avenue, Hagy's Mill Road, and the Schuylkill River
Springfield and Whitemarsh Townships Extends into Northwest Philadelphia
137 Valley Forge National Historical Park
October 15, 1966
Valley Forge State Park
Lower Providence and Upper Merion Townships Extends into Chester County
138 Wall House
Wall House
June 28, 1979
Wall Park Drive
Cheltenham Township
139 Washington Hose and Steam Fire Engine Company, No. 1
Washington Hose and Steam Fire Engine Company, No. 1
November 20, 1975
15 West Hector Street
140 Washington's Headquarters
February 11, 1973
Valley Creek Road near junction of Pennsylvania Routes 23 and 252
Upper Merion Township
141 General Wayne Inn
General Wayne Inn
January 1, 1976
625 Montgomery Avenue
Lower Merion Township
142 John Welsh House
John Welsh House
September 5, 1990
8765 Stenton Avenue
Springfield Township
143 Peter Wentz Homestead
Peter Wentz Homestead
May 8, 1973
Schultz Road
Worcester Township
144 West Laurel Hill Cemetery
West Laurel Hill Cemetery
August 14, 1992
227 Belmont Avenue, Bala Cynwyd
Lower Merion Township
145 West Norristown Historic District
West Norristown Historic District
November 23, 1984
Roughly bounded by Stoney Creek, Selma and Elm Streets
146 Whitehall Apartments
Whitehall Apartments
December 28, 1983
410 West Lancaster Avenue
Lower Merion Township
147 Whitpain Public School
Whitpain Public School
December 20, 2006
799 Skippack Pike
Whitpain Township
148 Woodmont
August 5, 1998
1622 Spring Mill Road
Lower Merion Township Will Price, architect.
149 Wyncote Historic District
Wyncote Historic District
October 16, 1986
Roughly bounded by Glenview Avenue, SEPTA railroad line, Webster Avenue, and Church Road
Cheltenham Township
150 Yeakle and Miller Houses
Yeakle and Miller Houses
January 22, 1992
500 and 502 Bethlehem Pike and 9 Hillcrest Avenue, Erdenheim
Springfield Township

See also


  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. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on December 5, 2014.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined , differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ 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.
  5. ^ General Orders, 23 September 1777 from the National Archives.
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