La Grange Historic District (North Carolina)

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LaGrange Historic District
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Colonel A. C. Davis House, built in 1887
La Grange Historic District (North Carolina) is located in North Carolina
La Grange Historic District (North Carolina)
La Grange Historic District (North Carolina) is located in the US
La Grange Historic District (North Carolina)
Location Roughly bounded by N. Caswell, E. James, N. Carey, E. Washington, S. Caswell, W. Washington, and Forbes Sts., La Grange, North Carolina
Coordinates 35°18′20″N 77°47′30″W / 35.30556°N 77.79167°W / 35.30556; -77.79167Coordinates: 35°18′20″N 77°47′30″W / 35.30556°N 77.79167°W / 35.30556; -77.79167
Built 1858
Architect Boney, Leslie N.
Architectural style Queen Anne, Bungalow/Craftsman
NRHP Reference # 00000458[1]
Added to NRHP May 11, 2000

The La Grange Historic District is a national historic district located at La Grange, Lenoir County, North Carolina, United States. The district, encompassing 225 buildings and 1 structure, includes the historic commercial, residential, and industrial center of La Grange. The buildings include notable examples of Queen Anne and Bungalow/Craftsman style architecture and date between the 1850s and the 1930s. Located in the district is the separately listed La Grange Presbyterian Church. Other notable buildings include the Sutton-Kinsey House (c. 1898), Walter Pace House (c. 1900), Sutton-Fields House (c. 1850), Colonel A. C. Davis House (1887), Rouse Banking Company Building (1908), LaGrange Elementary School, and the Hardy-Newsome Industrial Complex.[2]

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in May 2000.[1]

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  1. ^ a b National Park Service (2010-07-09). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ Alexander, Frances P.; Mattson, Richard L.; Gatza, Mary Beth (August 23, 1999). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form" (PDF). North Carolina Office of Archives and History. Retrieved November 15, 2014.