National Register of Historic Places listings in Middlesex County, New Jersey
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This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Middlesex County, New Jersey. The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below) may be seen in a Google map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".
|||Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|1||Thomas I. Agnew House||
|16 Durham Ave.
|582 Rahway Ave.
|4||James Bishop House||
|College Ave. near Bishop St.
|200 College Ave., Buccleuch Park
||New Brunswick||Built 1739|
|6||Cedar Brook Park||
|Roughly bounded Steel Ave., Arlington Ave., Park Ave., Rose St. and Laramie Rd., Kenyon Ave., Parkside Rd.
|7||Cedar Grove School||
|E of Old Bridge on NJ 516
|8||Christ Episcopal Church||
|5 Paterson St.
||New Brunswick||Known as Christ Church|
|9||Cranbury Historic District||
|10||Delaware and Raritan Canal||
|Follows the Delaware River to Trenton, then E to New Brunswick
||New Brunswick||Built 1830–34|
|542 George St.
||New Brunswick||Built in 1867, now the Center on Violence Against Women and Children, Rutgers University|
|12||Dutch Reformed Church||
|160 Neilson St.
||New Brunswick||Known as First Reformed Church|
|13||Thomas A. Edison Memorial Tower||
|37 Christie St.
||Edison||Location of Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory, 1876-86. Memorial tower built 1938.|
||Jamesburg||Known as Buckelew Mansion or Lakeview|
|15||First Presbyterian Church and Cemetery||
|600 Rahway Ave.
|16||Ephraim Fitz-Randolph House||
|430 S. Randolphville Road
|143 School St.
||Piscataway||At the Ferrer Colony|
|18||Great Beds Light||
|Offshore in Raritan Bay at NJ-NY line approx. 1 mi. E. of South Amboy
|19||Henry Guest House||
|58 Livingston Ave.
||New Brunswick||Built 1760|
|W of Monmouth Junction on Raymond Rd.
||Monmouth Junction||Known as Red Maple Farm|
|21||Helme, G. W., Snuff Mill District||
|Irregular pattern along Main St.
|NW of Jamesburg at Cranbury and Brown's Corner Rds.
|23||Homestead Farm at Oak Ridge||
|Jct. of Oak Ridge Rd. and Feather Bed Ln., Clark and Edison Townships
|24||George Inness House||
|313 Convery Blvd.
||Perth Amboy||The Eagleswood Mansion demolished 1993|
|1225 River Road
||Piscataway||Known as Cornelius Low House|
|26||Levi D. Jarrard House||
|George St., Douglass College campus
||New Brunswick||Known as College Hall, Douglass Campus, Rutgers University|
|27||William H. Johnson House||
|52 Welton St.
||New Brunswick||The house (c. 1870) is named for William H. Johnson (born 1829), the original owner who lived here until his death, February 26, 1904 with his wife Sarah and daughter Adilade.|
|28||Edward S. Kearney House||
|29||Lawrence Kearny House||
|63 Catalpa St.
|316-324 Memorial Pkwy.
||New Brunswick||Demolished early 1990s|
|31||King's Highway Historic District||
|NJ 27, US 206
|32||Kingston Mill Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Herrontown, River, Princeton-Kingston Rds., and lots W of Princeton Twp.
||South Brunswick||Kingston Bridge|
|33||Kingston Village Historic District||
|Roughly NJ 27 from Raymond Rd. to Delaware & Raritan Canal, Church St., Laurel Ave., Heathcote Brook Rd., & Academy St.
|34||Laing House of Plainfield Plantation||
|1707 Woodland Ave.
|35||Livingston Avenue Historic District||
|Area surrounding Livingston Ave. between Half and Morris Sts.
|81 Harrison Ave.
||Highland Park||Livingston Manor Historic District|
|37||Livingston Manor Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Cleveland, Grant, Harrison, Lawrence, Lincoln, Madison and N. 2nd Aves. and River Rd.
|38||Main Post Office||
|86 Bayard St.
|1281 River Road
||Piscataway||Originally part of the community at Raritan Landing, also known as the Metlar-Bodine House|
|40||Metuchen Borough Hall||
|500 Main St.
|41||Milltown India Rubber Company||
|40 Washington Ave.
|42||National Musical String Company||
|120 Georges Rd.
|43||New Brunswick Station||
|French St. and Albany St.
||New Brunswick||Built 1903 by Pennsylvania Railroad|
|44||New Jersey Hall||
|73 Hamilton St.
|New Brunswick||Located on the Voorhees Mall|
|45||Old Bridge Historic District||
|46||Old Cranbury School||
|23 N. Main St.
|47||Old Queens, Rutgers University||
|83 Somerset St.
|New Brunswick||Built 1809–1823. Oldest building at Rutgers University, also part of Queens Campus|
|48||Old School Baptist Church and Cemetery||
|64-66 Main St.
|49||Isaac Onderdonk House||
|685 River Road
||Piscataway||Part of Road Up Raritan Historic District|
|50||Perth Amboy City Hall and Surveyor General's Office||
|260 High St.
|51||Perth Amboy Ferry Slip||
|52||Perth Amboy Station||
|Between Smith and Market Sts.
||Perth Amboy||Built 1928|
|53||Poile Zedek Synagogue||
|145 Neilson St.
|139-151 Kearny Ave.
|55||Queens Campus, Rutgers University||
|Bounded by College Ave. and George, Hamilton, and Somerset Sts.
||New Brunswick||Includes Old Queens (1809), Van Nest Hall (1845), Daniel S. Schanck Observatory (1865), Geology Hall (1872), Kirkpatrick Chapel (1873), Winants Hall (1890).|
|Near 618 S. Randolphville Road
|57||Raritan Landing Archeological District||
|Excavations in conjunction with construction of Route 18|
|58||Road Up Raritan Historic District||
|Along River Road, from Ellis Parkway to 899 River Road
|1 Roosevelt Drive
|60||Rutgers Preparatory School||
|101 Somerset St.
||New Brunswick||Designed and built by architect Nicholas Wyckoff, former home (1830–1963) of oldest independent school in New Jersey, established 1766. Building in New Brunswick now known as Alexander Johnston Hall on Rutgers University campus.|
|61||Saint Mary of Mount Virgin Roman Catholic Church||
|190 Sandford St.
|62||St. Mary's Church||
|Jct. of Jackson St. and Whitehead Ave.
|63||Saint Peter the Apostle Church||
|94 Somerset St.
|64||St. Peter's Episcopal Church||
|Rector and Gordon Sts.
|65||St. Peters Church and Buildings||
|Main St. and DeVoe Ave.
|66||Sayre and Fisher Reading Room||
|Main St. and River Rd.
|67||Short Hills Battlefield Historic District||
|68||Benjamin Shotwell House||
|26 Runyon's Lane
|69||Simpson United Methodist Church||
|High and Jefferson Sts.
|70||Six Mile Run Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Grouse Rd., Amwell Rd., Bennetts Ln., NJ 27, Bunker Hill Rd. and the Millstone R.
|71||Matthias Smock House||
|851 River Road
||Piscataway||Part of Road Up Raritan Historic District|
|72||Trinity Episcopal Church||
|650 Rahway Ave.
||Woodbridge||Church and c. 1700 house|
|73||United States Post Office||
|360 Main St.
|74||Joseph and Minnie White House||
|243 Hazelwood Ave.
|75||John Van Buren Wicoff House||
|641 Plainsboro Rd.
|Clifton Ave. and George St.
||New Brunswick||Now the Eagleton Institute of Politics, Cook/Douglass Campus, Rutgers University|
- 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 November 21, 2014.
- 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.
- 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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