National Register of Historic Places listings in Meriwether County, Georgia
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|||Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|1||Bulloch Family House||
|5634 Spring St.
|2||Benjamin F. Bulloch House||
|47 Bulloch St.
||Warm Springs||Built in the Queen Anne style in 1893 by Warm Springs' co-founder, Benjamin F. Bulloch, the house is now known as "The Bulloch House Restaurant".|
|3||Carmel Rural Historic District||
|E of GA 85. Roughly bounded by Winky Branch, Gable and Sullivan Mill Rds., Flint R., and White Oak Cr.
|3920 GA Spur 109, 4 mi. NE of Greenville
|La Grange Rd.
|6||Eleanor Roosevelt School||
|Parham St. at Leverette Hill Rd.
|7||Greenville Historic District||
|Bounded by Gresham, Gaston, Woodbury, Talbotton, Baldwin, Bottom, Martin, Terrell, LaGrange, and Newnan St.
|8||Greenville Presbyterian Church and Cemetery||
|Greenville Rocky Mount Rd, off GA41/US27 Alt.
|SW of Greenville on Odessadale/Durand Rd.
|10||Burwell O. Hill House||
|La Grange St.
|11||Hiram Warner Hill House||
|Off GA 109
|13||Lone Oak Academy||
|4945 Lone Oak Rd.
||Lone Oak||Built c. 1870.|
|14||Manchester Community Building||
|105 E 2nd Ave.
|SW of Greenville off GA 18
||Greenville||Built in 1855.|
|16||Meriwether County Courthouse||
|17||Meriwether County Jail||
|Reville St. and GA 27 A
||Warm Springs||Built in 1829. Also known as "Oakland Plantation Inn".|
|19||William D. Phillips Log Cabin||
||Hogansville||The original structure has been destroyed.|
|20||Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge||
|N of Woodbury on Huel Brown Rd.
|21||Render Family Homestead||
|888 GA 100
|23||Warm Springs Historic District||
|S of GA 194 and W of GA 85W
|24||White Oak Creek Covered Bridge||
|SE of Alvaton on Covered Bridge Rd.
||Alvaton||Bridge was built c. 1880 and destroyed by flood waters in the 1990s. The metal pilings and skeleton of the deck are all that remain.|
- "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 24, 2015.
- 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.
- 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.
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