National Register of Historic Places listings in Prince George's County, Maryland
This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Prince George's County, Maryland.
This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Prince George's 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.
There are 99 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 6 National Historic Landmarks.
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|||Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|7612 Old Muirkirk Rd.
||Beltsville||Former lodge hall and school constructed in 1889; part of the Multiple Property Submission for the African-American Historic Resources of Prince George's County, Maryland.|
|2||Accokeek Creek Site||
||Accokeek||Site of a palisaded village that was occupied from ca. A.D. 1300 to ca. 1630.|
|3||Ammendale Normal Institute||
|Junction of Ammendale Rd. and U.S. Route 1
||Beltsville||Former school and novitiate operated by the Congregation of Christian Brothers.|
|3308 Rosemary Lane
||Hyattsville||Two-story brick dwelling erected ca. 1840.|
|16109 Marlboro Pike
||Upper Marlboro||Victorian Italianate style home built in 1866-1867.|
|21 Avondale St.
||Laurel||Site of former grist mill complex.|
|DC border near the Anacostia R., northeast to just below Jessup Rd. (Maryland Route 175)
||Cheverly to Baltimore||Part of the Multiple Property Submission for the Parkways of the National Capital Region.|
|Southeast of Landover at 7250 Old Landover Rd.
||Landover||Federal brick house constructed ca. 1795.|
|Tulip Grove and Belair Drives
||Bowie||Georgian plantation home of the Provincial Governor of Maryland, Samuel Ogle built in about 1745; now museum.|
||Bowie||U-shaped sandstone stable was built in 1907; now museum.|
|13104 Duley Station Road
||Croom||Georgian style manor house constructed about 1720.|
|200 Manning Rd. E
||Accokeek||Greek Revival style home constructed about 1840.|
|3901 48th St.
||Bladensburg||Brick ddwelling built in 1746; home of Benjamin Stoddert, first Secretary of the Navy.|
|14||Bowie Railroad Buildings||
|8614 Chestnut Ave.
||Bowie||Railroad depot complex for the Pennsylvania Railroad at the junction of the Washington (Amtrak/MARC Train) and the Pope's Creek branches; now Huntington Railroad Museum.|
|522 Church Rd., S.
||Upper Marlboro||Federal style plantation house built 1819-20.|
|3610 Old Crain Highway
||Upper Marlboro||High Victorian Gothic style dwelling constructed in 1877.|
|17||Broad Creek Historic District||
|Bounded by Oxon Hill Rd., MD 210, Livingston Rd. & the Potomac River
||Fort Washington vicinity|
|18||Brookefield of the Berrys||
|12510 Molly Berry Rd.
||Croom||Greek Revival style house finished in 1840.|
||Upper Marlboro||Brick dwelling built ca. 1742; now a house museum, known as Darnall's Chance|
|6403 Oxon Hill Rd.
||Oxon Hill||Dwelling constructed in 1853; part of the Multiple Property Submission for the African-American Historic Resources of Prince George's County, Maryland|
|21||Thomas J. Calloway House||
|9949 Elm St.
||Lanham||Dwelling constructed in 1910; part of the Multiple Property Submission for the African-American Historic Resources of Prince George's County, Maryland|
|22||Calvert Hills Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Calvert Rd., Bowdoin Ave., Erskine Rd., Calvert Park, Albion Rd., and Baltimore Ave.
||College Park||Middle-class, single-family residential neighborhood developed in the early part of the 20th century.|
|23||Chapel of the Incarnation||
|14070 Brandywine Rd.
||Brandywine||Mission style church built 1916-1917.|
|24||Clagett House at Cool Spring Manor||
|17500 Clagett Landing Rd.
||Upper Marlboro||Greek Revival house built ca. 1830|
|25||John W. Coffren House and Store||
|10007 Croom Rd.
||Croom||Dwelling built in 1861, and one room store constructed ca. 1853.|
|26||College Heights Estates Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Adelphi Rd., U. of Maryland College Park, University Park, Van Buren St., Wells Pkwy.
|27||College Park Airport||
|East of College Park off Kenilworth Ave.
||College Park||Established in 1909; world's oldest continuously operated airport.|
|16508 Marlboro Pike
||Upper Marlboro||Brick Georgian house built about 1783.|
|8000 Walker Mill Rd.
||District Heights||Greek Revival-influenced dwelling built originally in the 1790s.|
|14518 Church St.
||Upper Marlboro||Frame structure built in three stages; first section constructed in 1787.|
|11904 Old Marlboro Pike
||Upper Marlboro||Three-part plantation house built in the 1840s with group of domestic outbuildings.|
|32||William W. Early House||
|13907 Cherry Tree Crossing Rd.
||Brandywine||Queen Anne Victorian built in 1907 for railroad manager; privately owned.|
|33||Early Family Historic District||
|13900-13902-13904 & 13907 Cherry Tree Crossing & 14134 Brandywine Rds.
|34||Fairmount Heights Historic District||
|56th Ave., Sheriff Rd., Balsamtree Dr., 62nd St. 62nd Pl., Eastern Ave.
||Fairmount Heights||Misspelled "Fairmont" in the National Register listing|
|Fort Washington Park
||Fort Washington||Site overlooking the Potomac River, original fort completed in 1809.|
|36||Glenn Dale Tuberculosis Hospital and Sanatorium||
|5201 Glenn Dale Rd.
|37||Don S. S. Goodloe House||
|13809 Laurel - Bowie Rd.
||Bowie||Colonial Revival style dwelling built 1915–16.|
|38||Greenbelt Historic District||
|Off Maryland Route 193
||Greenbelt||Preserves the center of one of the few examples of the Garden City Movement in the United States.|
|39||James Hamilton House||
|16810 Federal Hill Court
||Bowie||Late-Victorian frame dwelling constructed in the mid-1870s.|
|10511 Livingston Rd.
||Fort Washington||Georgian country house built of red brick during the 18th century.|
|18611 Queen Anne Rd.
||Upper Marlboro||Frame dwelling built in three discrete sections over a long period of time; the oldest section built about 1770.|
|42||William Hilleary House||
|4703 Annapolis Rd.
||Bladensburg||18th-century stone, gambrel-roofed house.|
|4100-4112 and 4200-4214 53rd Ave., 4100-4210 53rd Pl., and 5300-5304 Annapolis Rd.
||Bladensburg||Brick garden apartment buildings constructed in 1942 and 1943.|
|44||His Lordship's Kindness||
|3.5 miles northwest of Rosaryville off Rosaryville Rd.
||Rosaryville||Georgian mansion, also known as Poplar Hill, built in the 1780s; operated as historic house museum.|
|5340 Baltimore Ave.
||Hyattsville||Former National Guard armory built in 1918.|
|46||Hyattsville Historic District||
|Off U.S. Route 1
Boundary increase (listed December 15, 2004, refnum=04001356): Roughly bounded by Baltimore & Ohio railroad tracks, East-West Highway, 42nd Pl., Madison, 37th and 38th Aves., Hamilton Pl. and 37th Pl.
|Hyattsville||Residential neighborhood that exhibit late-19th and early-20th century design characteristics.|
|5415 Old Crain Highway
||Upper Marlboro||Believed to be the oldest building remaining in the town of Upper Marlboro and may have been built, at least in part, before 1730.|
|8151 15th Avenue
||Langley Park||Georgian Revival style estate mansion built in 1924.|
|49||Laurel High School||
|700 block of Montgomery St.
||Laurel||Original building (not current one) for Laurel High School (Laurel, Maryland)|
|50||Laurel Railroad Station||
|E. Main St.
||Laurel||Passenger rail station originally constructed in 1884, for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.|
|5626 Bell Station Rd.
||Glenn Dale||Federal brick house begun about 1812.|
|52||Market Master's House||
|4006 48th St.
||Bladensburg||An 18th-century vernacular Colonial-era stone dwelling with 20th-century additions.|
|17100 block of Melford Boulevard
||Bowie||Greek Revival style plantation home built in the 1840s.|
|10908 Old Marlboro Pike
||Upper Marlboro||Brick dwelling believed to have been built by Ignatius Digges (1707-1785) ca. 1750.|
|2.1 miles east of Laurel on Maryland Route 197
||Laurel||Georgian style home most likely constructed between 1781 and 1785; opened as a public tourist attraction in 1985.|
|1 Cheverly Circle
||Cheverly||Frame house built in two stages; home of Chverly's founder Robert Marshall.|
|603 Largo Rd.
||Largo||Federal-style brick house built about 1798.|
|Mt. Pleasant Rd.
||Upper Marlboro||Georgian dwelling in brick built about 1750.|
|59||Mount Rainier Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Arundel St., 37th St., Bladensburg Rd., and Eastern Ave.
||Mount Rainier||Community of modestly scaled, detached, single-family, frame houses developed ca. 1900-1940.|
|60||National Archives Archeological Site||
||College Park||Remains from prehistoric settlements during the Late Archaic period, c. 4000-1500 B.C.|
|61||North Brentwood Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by 39th Pl., Allison St., Rhode Island Ave., and Webster St.
||North Brentwood||Earliest incorporated African American community in the county; working-class suburban community developed 1891-1950.|
||Upper Marlboro||May correspond to the village of Mattpament depicted on John Smith’s 1608 map.|
|5804 Ruatan St.
||Berwyn Heights||Queen Anne-style dwelling built in 1888.|
|64||Old Town College Park||
|Roughly bounded by Yale, & Columbia Aves., Calvert Rd., & UM Campus
|65||Oxon Cove Park||
|Government Farm Rd.
||Oxon Hill||Property developed as a plantation, an institutional agricultural complex, and a farm museum.|
|66||Oxon Hill Manor||
|6701 Oxon Hill Rd.
||Oxon Hill||neo-Georgian house designed in 1928 for Sumner Welles.|
|East of the Potomac River and south of Piscataway Creek
||Accokeek||Location of Marshall Hall and the National Colonial Farm.|
|68||Piscataway Village Historic District||
|Bounded by Piscataway Cr., Piscataway Rd. & Livingston Rd.
|7001 Croom Station Rd.
||Upper Marlboro||Brick dwelling with Greek Revival detailing, constructed ca. 1810.|
|12806 Woodmore Rd.
||Mitchellville||Brick dwelling built by Isaac Duckett in 1798.|
|71||Ridgley Methodist Episcopal Church||
|8900 Central Ave.
||Landover||One-story frame church constructed in 1921; part of the Multiple Property Submission for the African-American Historic Resources of Prince George's County, Maryland.|
|72||Riverdale Park Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Tuckerman St., Taylor Rd., Oglethorpe St., the B&O railroad tracks, Madison St. and Baltimore Ave.
||Riverdale Park||Early railroad suburb northeast of Washington, D.C. developed starting in 1889.|
|Riverdale Rd. between 18th and Taylor Sts.
||Riverdale Park||Five-part, large-scale late Georgian mansion with Federal interior, built between 1801 and 1807.|
|74||St. Ignatius Church||
|2317 Brinkley Rd.
||Oxon Hill||Catholic parish church constructed between 1890 and 1891.|
|75||St. John's Church||
|9801 Livingston Rd.
||Fort Washington||Oldest church site the county dating to 1692; church structure dates to 1767-1768.|
|76||St. Mary's Beneficial Society Hall||
|14825 Pratt St.
||Upper Marlboro||Multi-purpose building constructed in 1892; part of the Multiple Property Submission for the African-American Historic Resources of Prince George's County, Maryland.|
|77||Saint Mary's Rectory||
|16305 Saint Mary's Church Rd.
||Aquasco||Frame dwelling built in 1849 and enlarged to twice its size in 1856.|
|78||St. Matthew's Church||
|Addison Rd. and 62nd Pl.
||Seat Pleasant||Brick Episcopal church also known as Addison Chapel.|
|79||St. Paul's Parish Church||
|13500 Baden Westwood Road off Maryland Route 381
||Brandywine||Brick Episcopal church dating to 1733.|
|80||St. Thomas' Church||
|14300 St. Thomas Church Rd.
||Upper Marlboro||Brick Episcopal church constructed between 1742 and 1745.|
|81||St. Thomas' Episcopal Parish Historic District||
|From east side of Croom Rd. along north & south sides of St. Thomas Church Rd., eastward for about 1500 ft.
||Upper Marlboro vicinity|
|82||Harry Smith House||
|4707 Oliver St.
||Riverdale Park||Queen Anne-style frame dwelling, built in 1890.|
|South of Laurel off Maryland Route 197
||Laurel||Late Georgian style house built between 1799 and 1801.|
|84||Spacecraft Magnetic Test Facility||
|Goddard Space Flight Center
||Greenbelt||Built in 1966 to allow the evaluation of magnetic movement in spacecraft.|
|From the Anacostia River in the District of Columbia to Pennsylvania Ave. in Prince George's County
||Suitland||Part of the Multiple Property Submission for the Parkways of the National Capital Region.|
|16005 Dr. Bowen Rd.
||Aquasco||Frame dwelling dating to 1844.|
|9110 Brandywine Rd.
||Clinton||Home owned by Mary Surratt that served as an arms and ammunition stop for John Wilkes Booth during his flight after shooting Lincoln; now operated as house museum.|
|88||John H. Traband House||
|14204 Old Marlboro Pike
||Upper Marlboro||Queen Anne influenced frame structure built between 1895 and 1897.|
|89||University Park Historic District||
|Bounded by Baltimore Ave., Maryland Route 410, and Adelphi Rd.
||University Park||Middle-class, single-family residential neighborhood developed in the early part of the 20th century.|
|90||Upper Marlboro Residential Historic District||
|Bounded by 14204 Old Marlboro Pike, 14519 Elm & 14508 Main Sts., Western Branch & 5600 Old Crain Hwy.
|91||US Post Office-Hyattsville Main||
|4325 Gallatin St.
||Hyattsville||Colonial Revival building constructed in 1935.|
|22410 Aquasco Rd.
||Aquasco||Frame High Victorian Gothic dwelling built in 1877-1878.|
|93||George Washington House||
|Baltimore Ave. at Upshur St.
||Bladensburg||Brick structure constructed in 1732; also known as Indian Queen Tavern.|
|8901 Duvall Rd.
||Croom||Italianate style frame house constructed in 1855.|
|95||West Riverdale Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Maryland Route 410, 44th Place, the Hyattsville city limits, and 43rd St.
||Riverdale Park||Diverse residential community that includes the former Eugene Leland Memorial Hospital.|
|Maryland Route 3 in White Marsh Recreational Park
||Bowie||Early to mid-19th century brick dwelling.|
|8706 SE. Crain Highway
||Upper Marlboro||Mid-19th century plantation house with decorative elements in the Greek Revival style.|
|98||Woodyard Archeological Site||
||Clinton||Site of a large brick mansion known as "The Woodyard" and built in the 18th century.|
|South of Clinton on Thrift Rd.
||Clinton||Frame dwelling dating to the 18th century; ancestral home of the Marbury family.|
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- 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 August 15, 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.
- Location derived from the Maryland Historical Trust; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"