Maplewood Historic District

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Maplewood Historic District
Maplewood Historic District is located in New York
Maplewood Historic District
Maplewood Historic District is located in the US
Maplewood Historic District
Location 21-267 Alameda, 26-284 Albemarle, 21-148 Augustine, 36-68 Birr Sts., 1-9 Burke Terrace, 1136-1212 Dewey Ave., Rochester, New York
Coordinates 43°11′20″N 77°37′49″W / 43.18889°N 77.63028°W / 43.18889; -77.63028Coordinates: 43°11′20″N 77°37′49″W / 43.18889°N 77.63028°W / 43.18889; -77.63028
Area 178 acres (72 ha)
Architect multiple
Architectural style Italianate, Second Empire, Queen Anne
NRHP Reference # 97001454[1] (original)
16000779 (increase)
Significant dates
Added to NRHP December 08, 1997
Boundary increase November 15, 2016

The Maplewood Historic District is located in Rochester in Monroe County, New York. The district is distinguished as having landscape designs, including Maplewood Park, originally laid out by Frederick Law Olmsted.[2]

The district consists of 432 contributing structures and four contributing sites. They include 245 contributing primary buildings (234 houses, two apartments, three churches, two church-related residences, three buildings associated with a church school, and one recreational facility). There are also 187 contributing outbuildings (carriagehouses and garages). The four contributing sites are three parks and one archaeological site.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.[1] In 2016 its boundaries were increased to take in more properties.[3]

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