Location of Howard County in Maryland
This is a list of the
National Register of Historic Places listings in Howard County, Maryland.
This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the
National Register of Historic Places in Howard County, Maryland, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a Google map. [1 ]
There are 39 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 4
National Historic Landmarks.
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted December 6, 2013. [2 ]
Current listings [ edit ]
Name on the Register [4 ]
City or town
Commodore Joshua Barney House
August 25, 1978
North of Savage at 7912 Savage-Guilford Rd.
39°09′17″N 76°49′54″W / 39.154722°N 76.831667°W
Bollman Suspension and Trussed Bridge
October 18, 1972
Spanning the Little Patuxent River near the junction of Gorman Rd. and Foundry St.
39°08′05″N 76°49′31″W / 39.134722°N 76.825278°W
Brick House on the Pike
January 11, 1996
9465 Baltimore National Pike
39°16′45″N 76°50′38″W / 39.279167°N 76.843889°W
November 30, 1982
3950 White Rose Way
39°15′45″N 76°52′04″W / 39.262469°N 76.867878°W
Ellicott City Also known as Burleigh Manor
Cherry Grove, HO-1
June 21, 2007
2937 Jennings Chapel Rd.
39°17′39″N 77°05′38″W / 39.294272°N 77.093813°W
Christ Church Guilford
January 30, 1978
North of Guilford at 6800 Oakland Mills Rd.
39°11′04″N 76°49′41″W / 39.184444°N 76.828056°W
December 12, 2006
5771 Waterloo Rd.
39°12′53″N 76°48′03″W / 39.214722°N 76.800833°W
April 11, 1973
39°19′02″N 76°48′47″W / 39.317222°N 76.813056°W
December 28, 2001
5100 Dorsey Hall Dr.
39°14′43″N 76°50′05″W / 39.245278°N 76.834722°W
November 11, 1971
8 miles west of Ellicott City on Manor Lane
39°16′37″N 76°53′25″W / 39.276944°N 76.890278°W
Elkridge Furnace Complex
June 28, 1990
5730 and 5741-5745 Furnace Ave., 5735 Race Rd.
39°12′47″N 76°42′12″W / 39.213056°N 76.703333°W
Ellicott City Historic District
July 31, 1978
Maryland Route 144
39°16′11″N 76°48′00″W / 39.269722°N 76.8°W
Ellicott City Station
November 24, 1968
South of the Patapsco River Bridge
39°16′02″N 76°47′43″W / 39.267222°N 76.795278°W
August 25, 1978
9095 Furrow Avenue
39°18′28″N 76°49′25″W / 39.307778°N 76.823611°W
May 8, 1986
3412 Folly Quarter Rd.
39°16′42″N 76°54′12″W / 39.278333°N 76.903333°W
February 3, 1983
Southeast of Glenelg at 12793 Folly Quarter Road
39°15′06″N 76°57′41″W / 39.251667°N 76.961389°W
September 13, 1984
3145 Florence Rd.
39°18′24″N 77°05′32″W / 39.306667°N 77.092222°W
October 9, 2012
12301 Howard Lodge Rd.
39°20′14″N 76°56′23″W / 39.337202°N 76.939831°W
October 29, 1984
6036 Old Lawyers Hill Rd.
39°13′16″N 76°43′09″W / 39.221111°N 76.719167°W
Lawyers Hill Historic District
September 23, 1993
Area surrounding Lawyers Hill and Old Lawyers Hill Rds. and Elibank Dr.
39°13′12″N 76°43′53″W / 39.22°N 76.731389°W
December 12, 2006
2327 Daniels Rd.
39°18′27″N 76°48′23″W / 39.3075°N 76.806389°W
December 23, 2004
3621 Macalpine Rd.
39°16′15″N 76°49′46″W / 39.270763°N 76.829497°W
December 13, 2000
13370 Brighton Dam Rd.
39°12′04″N 76°58′39″W / 39.201111°N 76.9775°W
Oakland Mills Blacksmith House and Shop
November 18, 2011
5471 Old Columbia Pike
39°15′21″N 76°49′12″W / 39.255783°N 76.819886°W
Old National Pike Milestones
November 27, 1975
U.S. Route 40, Alternate U.S. Route 40, and Scenic U.S. Route 40, and Maryland Routes 44 and 165
39°25′13″N 77°16′01″W / 39.420278°N 77.266944°W
Patterson Viaduct Ruins
June 3, 1976
South of Catonsville at the Patapsco River
39°15′00″N 76°45′51″W / 39.25°N 76.764167°W
March 26, 2008
4730 Sheppard Ln.
39°14′40″N 76°56′45″W / 39.244444°N 76.945833°W
August 2, 2006
14610 Frederick Rd.
39°19′27″N 77°01′12″W / 39.324167°N 77.02°W
Round About Hills
November 20, 2008
15505 Cattail Oaks
39°16′00″N 77°02′10″W / 39.266667°N 77.036111°W
April 18, 1974
Southwestern corner of Foundry Rd. and Washington St.
39°08′07″N 76°49′37″W / 39.135278°N 76.826944°W
Savage Mill Historic District
February 20, 1975
North of the Little Patuxent River off U.S. Route 1
39°08′12″N 76°49′38″W / 39.136667°N 76.827222°W
April 30, 1976
4252 Columbia Rd.
39°15′14″N 76°49′28″W / 39.253889°N 76.824444°W
Thomas Viaduct, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
October 15, 1966
Over the Patapsco River between Relay and Elkridge
39°13′19″N 76°42′49″W / 39.221944°N 76.713611°W
May 6, 1974
7474 Washington Boulevard
39°10′48″N 76°46′13″W / 39.18°N 76.770278°W
June 22, 1979
Interstate 95 and Maryland Route 176 (6500 Mansion Lane)
39°11′44″N 76°45′42″W / 39.195556°N 76.761667°W
March 17, 1975
1 mile north of Glenwood on Maryland Route 97
39°17′45″N 77°01′31″W / 39.295833°N 77.025278°W
October 18, 1974
2335 Marriottsville Road
39°18′06″N 76°53′55″W / 39.301667°N 76.898611°W
August 12, 1977
West of Ellicott City at 4130 Chatham Rd.
39°15′29″N 76°50′12″W / 39.258056°N 76.836667°W
February 3, 1983
9254 Old Annapolis Rd.
39°14′05″N 76°49′33″W / 39.234722°N 76.825833°W
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ 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.
^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on December 6, 2013.
^ 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.
^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-24.