Jonesborough Historic District
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Jonesboro Historic District
Main Street, part of the Jonesborough Historic District
|Location:||Roughly bounded by Depot and College Sts., 3rd Ave., and junction of Main St. and Franklin Ave., Jonesborough, Tennessee|
|Area:||120 acres (49 ha)|
|Architectural style:||Queen Anne, Greek Revival, Federal|
|Added to NRHP:||December 23, 1969|
The Jonesborough Historic District is a historic district in Jonesborough, Tennessee that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Jonesboro Historic District (reflecting the spelling of the town name at the time) in 1969.
Staff of the Tennessee Historical Commission surveyed 158 buildings in the town in 1969 and found 72 worth preservation. The district includes Queen Anne architecture, Greek Revival architecture, and Federal architecture among its 72 contributing buildings over a 120-acre (49 ha) area.
The Washington County Courthouse, built in 1913 on the site of the first courthouse of the county that was built in 1779, is a contributing building.
The Chester Inn is a contributing property.
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