Chestnut Hill Historic District (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
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Chestnut Hill Historic District
Houston-Sauveur House (1885), 8205 Seminole Avenue.
|Location||Roughly bounded by Fairmount Park and Montgomery Co. Line, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|Area||1,920 acres (780 ha)|
|Architectural style||Mid 19th Century Revival, Early Republic, Late Victorian|
|NRHP Reference #||85001334|
|Added to NRHP||June 20, 1985|
The historic district comprises 1,987 contributing properties over 1,920 acres, including:
- The Anglecot (designed by Wilson Eyre)
- Druim Moir Historic District, includes Romanesque Revival mansion (1883–86), designed by G. W. & W. D. Hewitt
- Graver's Lane Station (1883), designed by Frank Furness
- John Story Jenks School (1922), designed by Irwin T. Catharine
- Thomas Mill Covered Bridge (across the Wissahickon Creek, the only traditional covered bridge in Philadelphia)
- Wissahickon Inn (now Chestnut Hill Academy) (1883–84), designed by G. W. & W. D. Hewitt
- Inglewood Cottage (1850), designed by Thomas Ustick Walter
- The former site of Boxly, the estate of Frederick Winslow Taylor, where Taylor often received the business-management pilgrims who came to meet the "Father of Scientific Management"
- Esherick House (1961), designed by Louis Kahn
- Vanna Venturi House (1962–64), designed by Robert Venturi
- Awbury Historic District
- Colonial Germantown Historic District
- RittenhouseTown Historic District
- Tulpehocken Station Historic District
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- National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
- Moak, Jefferson M. (1985). "Chestnut Hill Historic District" (PDF). National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Retrieved January 5, 2014.
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