National Register of Historic Places listings in Anne Arundel County, Maryland
This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Anne Arundel 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 map.
There are 102 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 12 National Historic Landmarks.
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|||Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|1761 Severn Chapel Rd.
||Millersville||Farmhouse dates to about 1840; on the property are several important outbuildings.|
|2||Aisquith Farm E Archeological Site||
||Riva||Early and Middle Woodland periods base camp.|
|3||All Hallows' Church||
|Junction of Maryland Route 2, All Hallows' Church Rd., and South River Club Rd.
||Davidsonville||Brick church with a hip roof constructed about 1710; Episcopal parish dates to 1682.|
|4||Annapolis National Cemetery||
|800 West St.
||Annapolis||One of the 14 national cemeteries established by Abraham Lincoln in 1862; part of the Multiple Property Submission for Civil War Era National Cemeteries.|
|5||Anne Arundel County Free School||
|1298 Lavall Dr.
||Gambrills||The only surviving schoolhouse erected in Maryland in response to the Maryland Free School Act of 1723; constructed between 1724 and 1746.|
|43 Pinckney St.
||Annapolis||Frame dwelling from the 18th century; likely used as Revolutionary War barracks.|
|7||Arundel Cove Archaeological Site||
||Glen Burnie||Remains of a prehistoric summer camp.|
|8||Capt. Salem Avery House||
|1418 East West Shady Side Rd.
||Shady Side||Frame dwelling constructed about 1860; expanded as the National Masonic Fishing and Country Club.|
|9||Baltimore Light Station||
||Gibson Island||Privately owned caisson lighthouse in the Chesapeake Bay; first lit in 1908.|
|10||Wiley H. Bates High School||
|1029 Smithville Street
||Annapolis||High school for African Americans opened in 1932.|
|11||Beck Northeast Site (18AN65)||
||Davidsonville||Site with artifacts dating from the Late Archaic period through the Middle Woodland period.|
|0.5 miles (0.80 km) east of Crownsville on Maryland Route 178
||Crownsville||Brick, stone, and wood composite dwelling with sections possibly built as early as the 17th century.|
||Linthicum||Greek Revival style, 19th century brick dwelling.|
|42 East St.
||Annapolis||Georgian style brick house dating to 1792; now offices.|
|Maryland Route 178 and Millersville Rd.
||Millersville||Large, eclectic, frame dwelling dating to 1820, with later 19th and 20th century additions.|
|16||Burle's Town Land||
||Annapolis vicinity||Providence, MD: Archeology of a Puritan-Quaker Settlement Near the Severn River MPS|
|Nutwell Rd. off Maryland Route 2
||Lothian||Frame farmhouse dating to the 17th century.|
|18||John Callahan House||
|164 Conduit St.
||Annapolis||Brick dwelling with unusual gable-end principal façade; relocated twice.|
|North of Galesville off Cumberstone Rd.
||Galesville||Dwelling originally constructed in 1702, with later 18th and 19th century additions; operated for a time as a girl's academy.|
|222 Severn Ave.
||Annapolis||Former boat-building and repair complex built between 1913 and 1942.|
|22 Maryland Ave.
||Annapolis||Georgian brick mansion built 1769-1774 for Samuel Chase; now house museum.|
|1003 Cecil Ave.
||Millersville||Former Post Office and community store built 1840-1852.|
|Owensville Rd. (Maryland Route 255)
||Owensville||Small, board-and-batten church dated to 1869, and reputed to be by the noted church architect, Richard Upjohn.|
|24||Citizens State Bank||
|1402 Odenton Rd.
|25||Colonial Annapolis Historic District||
|District boundaries approximate city boundaries surveyed in 1695
||Annapolis||District encompassing the original town plan, surveyed in 1695, and about 120 18th century buildings.|
|26||Patrick Creagh House||
|160 Prince George St.
||Annapolis||A brick house with a steeply pitched gambrel roof originally built between 1735 and 1747.|
|27||Cross Roads Church||
|911 Old General's Highway
||Millersville||Frame Italianate and Carpenter Gothic-style church built in 1861.|
|28||Davidsonville Historic District||
|Along Maryland Route 214 east to its junction with Davidsonville Rd.
||Davidsonville||District reflecting the village’s initial settlement in about 1835 through the early 20th century.|
|29||Douglass Summer House||
|3200 Wayman Ave.
||Highland Beach||Queen Anne style frame dwelling built in 1894-1895 by Major Charles Douglass, son of Frederick Douglass.|
||Elkridge||Site abandoned as a permanent village in the early 16th century.|
|31||Epiphany Chapel and Church House||
|1419 Odenton Rd.
||Odenton||Arts and Crafts style structure constructed in 1918 adjacent to Camp Meade (now Fort George G. Meade).|
|Sudley Rd., off Maryland Route 255
||Owensville||Federal style frame house dated to 1760.|
|33||First Avenue School||
|13 SW 1st Ave.
||Glen Burnie||Classical Revival structure built in 1899 and with an addition in 1917.|
||Annapolis||The last vestige of Annapolis Harbor fortifications dated to the early 19th century.|
|35||Freetown Rosenwald School||
|7825 Freetown Rd.
||Glen Burnie||African American Rosenwald school building built in 1924-25.|
|Maryland Route 32
||Annapolis Junction||Brick structure built in 1853 in a telescoping manner.|
|784 Mayo Rd.
||Edgewater||Frame dwelling built in the early 19th century.|
|Maryland Ave. and King George St.
||Annapolis||House designed 1773-1774 and based on plate in Andrea Palladio’s I Quattro Libri dell’Architettura, 1570; now house museum.|
|East of Pasadena on Bayside Beach Rd.
||Pasadena||Stone house constructed originally in 1785, with later additions; open as house museum.|
|40||HELIANTHUS III (yacht)||
|Hilton Inn dock
||Annapolis||Yacht built by Nathanael Greene Herreshoff (1848–1938) in 1924; lost at sea in the 1990s.|
|Southeast of Friendship off Maryland Route 631
||Friendship||Original frame dwelling constructed in the fall or winter of 1698, later enclosed in brick with additions.|
|42||House by the "Town Gates"||
|63 West St.
||Annapolis||Brick structure constructed in the second quarter of the 19th century as a single-family dwelling; now commercial space.|
|721 Howard's Loop
||Annapolis||Brick house constructed as early as 1760.|
|Maryland Route 178
||Iglehart||Greek Revival-style frame house built about 1830.|
|1012 Mt. Airy Rd.
||Davidsonville||Gothic Revival country home built about 1852.|
|46||Katcef Archeological Site||
||Crofton||Site from the Late Archaic period; part of Multiple Property Submission Prehistoric Human Adaptation to the Coastal Plain Environment of Anne Arundel County.|
|47||Larkin's Hill Farm||
|Off Maryland Route 2 on Mill Swamp Rd.
|Harwood||Brick house built about 1753; the estate served as a temporary capital of Maryland in 1683.|
|Northeast of Harwood on Mill Swamp Rd.
||Harwood||Brick house traditionally thought to have been built in 1704; likely constructed in the second quarter of the 18th century.|
|49||Linthicum Heights Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Camp Meade Rd., Homewood Rd., Twin Oaks Rd., Locust Grove Rd., and Forest View Rd.
||Linthicum||District encompassing a planned railroad suburb on the lines connecting Baltimore, Annapolis, and Washington, beginning in 1908.|
|2295 Davidsonville Rd.
||Crofton||Farm complex including 19th century frame dwelling and tobacco barn.|
|51||London Town Publik House||
|Northeast of Woodland Beach at the end of Londontown Rd.
||Woodland Beach||Former Colonial era tavern built between 1758 and 1764; now part of Historic London Town and Gardens.|
|52||Magothy Quartzite Quarry Archeological Site||
||Pasadena||Site includes several large outcroppings of quartzite and sandstone; part of Multiple Property Submission Prehistoric Human Adaptation to the Coastal Plain Environment of Anne Arundel County.|
|53||Marley Neck Rosenwald School||
|7780 Solley Rd.
|54||Martins Pond Site||
||Annapolis||Middle-Late Woodland period site.|
|Northeast of Harwood off Mill Swamp Rd.
||Harwood||Earliest portion built in 1771.|
||Annapolis||Oldest state capitol in continuous legislative use, dating to 1772.|
|Mount Airy Rd. off Maryland Route 424
||Davidsonville||Brick Georgian-Federal style dwelling built about 1857.|
|58||Mt. Moriah African Methodist Episcopal Church||
|84 Franklin St.
||Annapolis||African American church structure; now houses Banneker-Douglass Museum.|
|59||Mt. Tabor Good Samaritan Lodge No. 59||
|1407 St. Stephen's Church Rd.
||Crownsville||African American benevolent society lodge constructed in 1899.|
|60||Mt. Tabor Methodist Episcopal Church||
|1421 St. Stephens Church Rd.
||Crownsville||African American church structure constructed in 1893.|
|61||CHESAPEAKE BAY BROGAN MUSTANG||
||Annapolis||Chesapeake Bay brogan built in 1907. After sinking three times, it was reportedly moved to a museum in St. Michael's, MD, where it was reportedly destroyed in a storm.|
|5325 Muddy Creek Rd.
||Galesville||Farm complex featuring early-19th century dwelling, and related outbuildings.|
|4566 Solomons Island Rd.
||Harwood||Frame tobacco plantation dwelling built in the 1850s.|
|1.8 miles (2.9 km) north of Harwood off Maryland Route 2
||Harwood||Dwelling begun in 1743 and later enlarged in 1827.|
|65||Old City Hall and Engine House||
|211-213 Main St.
||Annapolis||Brick building built 1821-1822 by the City of Annapolis; now commercial space.|
|66||Old Colony Cove Site||
||Rose Haven||Shell midden and is 2,000 feet (610 m) long by 300 feet (91 m) wide.|
|67||OLIVER'S GIFT (log canoe)||
|3473 Ranger Rd.
||Davidsonville||Chesapeake Bay log canoe built in 1947.|
|68||James Owens Farm||
|5682 Greenock Rd.
||Bristol||Large mid-19th century brick late Greek Revival/Italianate dwelling and related outbuildings.|
|69||Owensville Historic District||
|Owensville Rd. and Owensville-Sudley Rd.
||Owensville||District consisting of 27 buildings constructed between 1825 and 1875.|
|70||Paca House and Garden||
|186 Prince George St.
||Annapolis||Large Georgian style home built between 1763 and 1765; now house museum.|
|1059 Cumberstone Rd.
||Harwood||Gothic Revival dwelling constructed about 1848-1850, with later alterations.|
|5 St. John's St.
||Annapolis||Name of brick dwelling prior to move in 1972; now known as John Callahan House and located on Conduit Street.|
|5951 Little Rd.
||Lothian||Frame dwelling constructed in 1725; enlarged about 1790 and about 1850.|
|3 Milkshake Ln.
||Annapolis||Mid-18th century Georgian brick house; home of American portraitist, John Hesselius.|
|216 Marlboro Rd.
|76||Queenstown Rosenwald School||
|430 Queenstown Rd.
|195 Harwood Rd.
||Harwood||Frame, hipped roof dwelling built about 1893.|
|78||Rising Sun Inn||
|1090 Generals' Highway
||Millersville||Frame dwelling dating to about 1753.|
|102 Evon Ct.
|2403 Bell Branch Rd.
||Gambrills||Property of 17 acres (69,000 m2) of partially wooded and cleared land on which are located a dwelling and six outbuildings.|
|81||St. James Church||
|4 miles (6.4 km) south of Lothian on Maryland Route 2
||Tracys Landing||Episcopal parish established in 1692; present church completed in 1765.|
|82||St. Paul's Chapel||
|Maryland Route 178
||Crownsville||Frame Episcopal church dating to about 1865.|
|83||Sandy Point Farmhouse||
|Sandy Point State Park
||Sandy Point||Five part brick house constructed about 1815.|
|84||Sandy Point Shoal Light Station||
|Approximately 0.5 miles (0.80 km) off of Sandy Point
||Skidmore||Lighthouse on a caisson foundation erected in 1883; in 2006 it was sold at auction.|
|85||Lula G. Scott Community Center||
|6243 Shady Side Rd.
|86||Upton Scott House||
|4 Shipwright St.
||Annapolis||Georgian style brick dwelling built about 1762.|
||Harwood||Site of the 1664 patent "The Addition," which was issued in December 1662 to George Skipworth; part of the Multiple Property Submission for Quaker Sites in the West River Meeting, Anne Arundel County, Maryland c. 1650-1785.|
|88||South River Club||
|West of South River on South River Club Rd.
||South River||Structure built in 1742; home to the oldest continuously operating social club in America.|
|92 W. Washington St.
||Annapolis||Former school for African Americans built in 1893; now community center.|
|90||Peggy Stewart House||
|207 Hanover St.
||Annapolis||Georgian style house built between 1761 and 1764.|
|North of Deale off Maryland Route 468 on Old Sudley Rd.
||Deale||Frame dwelling originally built as grand hall-chamber style of the 1720-1730 period.|
|East of Davidsonville off Maryland Route 214
||Davidsonville||Frame farmhouse of the mid 19th century.|
|825 Hammonds Lane
||Linthicum||Brick and frame house with sections built as early as 1785.|
|94||Thomas Point Shoals Light Station||
|Kent Island in Chesapeake Bay
||Annapolis||Lighthouse built in 1873; not automated until 1986.|
|95||Tracy's Landing Tobacco House No. 2||
|Off Maryland Route 2
||Tracy's Landing||Tobacco barn built in 1805.|
|4621 Muddy Creek Rd.
||Galesville||Plantation house built between 1755 and 1756|
|106 W. Maple Rd.
||Linthicum||Frame and field stone dwelling built about 1825.|
|5910 Oak Twin Ct.
||Linthicum||Brick Greek Revival influenced dwelling constructed in 1857.|
|99||Universal Lodge No. 14||
|64 Clay St.
||Annapolis||Built c. 1880, purchased in the 1940s by an African American Masonic lodge (which was founded in 1865 by a group of African American civilian employees of the U.S. Naval Academy), and renovated for use as a lodge meeting hall.|
|100||U.S. Coast Guard Yard Curtis Bay||
|Off Maryland Route 173
||Glen Burnie||Shipyard located on Curtis Bay; it is the Coast Guard's sole shipbuilding and major repair facility.|
|101||U.S. Naval Academy||
|Maryland Ave. and Hanover St.
||Annapolis||Founded as the Naval School in 1845 by Secretary of the Navy George Bancroft; located at the former U.S. Army post Fort Severn.|
|Off St. Margaret's Rd.
||Annapolis||Brick plantation house built about 1760.|
|103||Woodwardville Historic District||
|937 to 987 Patuxent Rd. and 2811 to 2825 5th Ave.
||Woodwardville||District consisting of 16 historic structures, most of which are located adjacent to Patuxent Road.|
|||Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|1||Hammond Manor House||listed 1974; delisted October 23, 1978||U.S. Naval Academy dairy off MD 175||Gambrills||Burned|
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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 February 5, 2016.
- 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.
- Staff (2008-04-24). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
- 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.