National Register of Historic Places listings in Chatham County, Georgia

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Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (formerly W. Broad St.)This is a list of properties and districts in Chatham County, Georgia that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 21, 2017.[1]
Contents: Counties in Georgia

Current listings[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location City or town Description
1 Ardsley Park-Chatham Crescent Historic District
Ardsley Park-Chatham Crescent Historic District
August 15, 1985
(#85001787)
Roughly bounded by Ardsley Pk., Chatham Crescent, Bull St., Baldwin Pk. and Ardmore
32°02′50″N 81°05′42″W / 32.047222°N 81.095°W / 32.047222; -81.095 (Ardsley Park-Chatham Crescent Historic District)
Savannah
2 Atlantic Greyhound Bus Terminal
Atlantic Greyhound Bus Terminal
December 13, 2016
(#16000837)
109 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
32°04′47″N 81°05′51″W / 32.079828°N 81.097621°W / 32.079828; -81.097621 (Atlantic Greyhound Bus Terminal)
Savannah Now houses The Grey Bar & Restaurant. Proposed nomination form Press release
3 Bethesda Home for Boys
Bethesda Home for Boys
September 12, 1973
(#73000614)
S of Savannah at Ferguson Ave. and Bethesda Rd.
31°57′49″N 81°05′35″W / 31.963611°N 81.093056°W / 31.963611; -81.093056 (Bethesda Home for Boys)
Savannah
4 Bonaventure Cemetery
Bonaventure Cemetery
February 2, 2001
(#01000035)
Bonaventure Rd., 1 mi. N of US 80
32°02′38″N 81°02′44″W / 32.043889°N 81.045556°W / 32.043889; -81.045556 (Bonaventure Cemetery)
Savannah
5 Bordley Cottage-Beach View House
Bordley Cottage-Beach View House
June 27, 2014
(#14000345)
1701 Butler Ave.
31°59′27″N 80°51′01″W / 31.9909559°N 80.8501883°W / 31.9909559; -80.8501883 (Bordley Cottage-Beach View House)
Tybee Island
6 The Carbo House
The Carbo House
May 21, 2010
(#10000273)
9 Tybrisa St.
31°59′31″N 80°50′53″W / 31.99189°N 80.84805°W / 31.99189; -80.84805 (The Carbo House)
Tybee Island Weekly boarding as of 2016
7 Central of Georgia Depot and Trainshed
Central of Georgia Depot and Trainshed
December 8, 1976
(#76000610)
Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (formerly W. Broad St.) and Liberty Sts.
32°04′34″N 81°05′57″W / 32.07607°N 81.09923°W / 32.07607; -81.09923 (Central of Georgia Depot and Trainshed)
Savannah Currently the site of the Savannah History Museum
8 Central of Georgia Railroad: Savannah Shops and Terminal Facilities
Central of Georgia Railroad: Savannah Shops and Terminal Facilities
June 2, 1978
(#78000970)
Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (formerly W. Broad St.) and Railroad Ave.
32°04′33″N 81°06′05″W / 32.07571°N 81.10126°W / 32.07571; -81.10126 (Central of Georgia Railroad: Savannah Shops and Terminal Facilities)
Savannah A National Historic Landmark and currently the home of the Georgia State Railroad Museum; expansion of the Central of Georgia Depot and Trainshed listing
9 Central of Georgia Railway Company Shop Property
Central of Georgia Railway Company Shop Property
March 5, 1970
(#70000199)
Between W. Jones St. and Louisville Rd.
32°04′37″N 81°05′56″W / 32.07700°N 81.09881°W / 32.07700; -81.09881 (Central of Georgia Railway Company Shop Property)
Savannah Now an extension of the SCAD Museum of Art
10 Charity Hospital
Charity Hospital
May 2, 1985
(#85000934)
644 W. 36th St.
32°03′37″N 81°06′29″W / 32.060278°N 81.108056°W / 32.060278; -81.108056 (Charity Hospital)
Savannah
11 CSS Georgia (ironclad)
CSS Georgia (ironclad)
February 10, 1987
(#86003746)
At the bottom of the Savannah River
32°05′05″N 81°02′09″W / 32.0847°N 81.0358°W / 32.0847; -81.0358 (CSS Georgia (ironclad))
Savannah
12 Cuyler-Brownville Historic District
Cuyler-Brownville Historic District
February 13, 1998
(#98000028)
Roughly bounded by Anderson Ln., W. 31st St., Montgomery St., Victory Dr., Ogeechee Rd., and Hopkins St.
32°03′30″N 81°06′29″W / 32.058333°N 81.108056°W / 32.058333; -81.108056 (Cuyler-Brownville Historic District)
Savannah
13 Daffin Park-Parkside Place Historic District
Daffin Park-Parkside Place Historic District
May 12, 1999
(#99000554)
Bounded by Victory Dr., Waters Ave., Bee St. and 51st Street Ln.
32°02′37″N 81°04′55″W / 32.043611°N 81.081944°W / 32.043611; -81.081944 (Daffin Park-Parkside Place Historic District)
Savannah
14 Isaiah Davenport House
Isaiah Davenport House
September 22, 1972
(#72000374)
324 E. State St.
32°04′38″N 81°05′18″W / 32.077222°N 81.088333°W / 32.077222; -81.088333 (Isaiah Davenport House)
Savannah
15 Drayton Arms Apartments
Drayton Arms Apartments
October 16, 2013
(#13000826)
102 E. Liberty St.
32°04′29″N 81°05′31″W / 32.074607°N 81.091956°W / 32.074607; -81.091956 (Drayton Arms Apartments)
Savannah
16 Drouillard-Maupas House
Drouillard-Maupas House
May 13, 1991
(#91000558)
2422 Abercorn St.
32°03′11″N 81°05′56″W / 32.053056°N 81.098889°W / 32.053056; -81.098889 (Drouillard-Maupas House)
Savannah
17 Dutton-Waller Raised Tybee Cottage
Dutton-Waller Raised Tybee Cottage
July 24, 2008
(#08000711)
1416 7th Ave.
31°59′44″N 80°51′13″W / 31.995692°N 80.853719°W / 31.995692; -80.853719 (Dutton-Waller Raised Tybee Cottage)
Tybee Island
18 Eastside Historic District
Eastside Historic District
November 7, 2002
(#02001292)
Roughly bounded by E. Broad (now MLK Blvd), Cedar, Gwinnett and Anderson Sts.
32°03′36″N 81°05′03″W / 32.06°N 81.084167°W / 32.06; -81.084167 (Eastside Historic District)
Savannah
19 Eureka Club-Farr's Point
Eureka Club-Farr's Point
July 8, 2009
(#09000491)
2326 East Blvd. on Wilmington Island
31°58′18″N 81°00′01″W / 31.97180°N 81.00015°W / 31.97180; -81.00015 (Eureka Club-Farr's Point)
Savannah
20 Fairway Oaks-Greenview Historic District
Fairway Oaks-Greenview Historic District
March 31, 2009
(#09000184)
Bounded approximately by DeRenne Drive, Waters Avenue, Truman Parkway, and Casey Canal, and the Live Oaks Golf Course
32°01′15″N 81°05′31″W / 32.020711°N 81.092058°W / 32.020711; -81.092058 (Fairway Oaks-Greenview Historic District)
Savannah
21 Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse
Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse
June 7, 1974
(#74000663)
Wright Sq.
32°04′41″N 81°05′35″W / 32.078056°N 81.093056°W / 32.078056; -81.093056 (Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse)
Savannah
22 First Bryan Baptist Church
First Bryan Baptist Church
May 22, 1978
(#78000971)
575 W. Bryan St.
32°04′55″N 81°05′57″W / 32.08208°N 81.09906°W / 32.08208; -81.09906 (First Bryan Baptist Church)
Savannah
23 Fort James Jackson
Fort James Jackson
February 18, 1970
(#70000200)
Islands Expwy.
32°04′55″N 81°02′10″W / 32.081944°N 81.036111°W / 32.081944; -81.036111 (Fort James Jackson)
Savannah National Historic Landmark
24 Fort Pulaski National Monument
Fort Pulaski National Monument
October 15, 1966
(#66000064)
17 mi. W of Savannah, Cockspur Island
32°01′41″N 80°53′50″W / 32.028056°N 80.897222°W / 32.028056; -80.897222 (Fort Pulaski National Monument)
Savannah administered by the National Park Service
25 Fort Screven Historic District
Fort Screven Historic District
May 25, 1982
(#82002393)
Tilton, Butler, Van Horn, Railroad and Alger Aves., and Pulaski Rd.
32°01′24″N 80°51′00″W / 32.023333°N 80.85°W / 32.023333; -80.85 (Fort Screven Historic District)
Tybee Island
26 Gordonston Historic District
Gordonston Historic District
October 11, 2001
(#01000741)
Roughly bounded by Skidaway Rd., Goebel Ave., Gwinnett St., and Pennsylvania Ave.
32°03′17″N 81°03′47″W / 32.054722°N 81.063056°W / 32.054722; -81.063056 (Gordonston Historic District)
Savannah
27 Green-Meldrim House
Green-Meldrim House
January 21, 1974
(#74000664)
Macon and Bull Sts.
32°04′26″N 81°05′41″W / 32.073889°N 81.094722°W / 32.073889; -81.094722 (Green-Meldrim House)
Savannah National Historic Landmark
28 Hill Hall at Savannah State College
Hill Hall at Savannah State College
April 23, 1981
(#81000197)
Savannah State College campus
32°01′27″N 81°03′23″W / 32.024053°N 81.056475°W / 32.024053; -81.056475 (Hill Hall at Savannah State College)
Savannah
29 W. B. Hodgson Hall
W. B. Hodgson Hall
March 25, 1977
(#77000413)
501 Whitaker St.
32°04′13″N 81°05′49″W / 32.070278°N 81.096944°W / 32.070278; -81.096944 (W. B. Hodgson Hall)
Savannah
30 Isle of Hope Historic District
Isle of Hope Historic District
September 7, 1984
(#84003874)
Roughly bounded by Skidaway River, Parkersburg Rd., Island, Cornus, and Noble Glen Drs.
31°58′49″N 81°03′21″W / 31.980278°N 81.055833°W / 31.980278; -81.055833 (Isle of Hope Historic District)
Savannah
31 J. Herbert and Julia Johnson Raised Tybee Cottage
J. Herbert and Julia Johnson Raised Tybee Cottage
May 21, 2008
(#08000441)
1306 Jones Ave.
31°59′48″N 80°50′58″W / 31.996703°N 80.849564°W / 31.996703; -80.849564 (J. Herbert and Julia Johnson Raised Tybee Cottage)
Tybee Island
32 Kensington Park-Groveland Historic District
Kensington Park-Groveland Historic District
August 30, 2014
(#14000533)
Roughly bounded by DeRenne & Waters Aves., Abercorn & Johnston Sts.
32°01′24″N 81°06′12″W / 32.0233°N 81.1033°W / 32.0233; -81.1033 (Kensington Park-Groveland Historic District)
Savannah[4]
33 Laurel Grove-North Cemetery
Laurel Grove-North Cemetery
August 4, 1983
(#83000187)
W. Anderson St.
32°03′53″N 81°06′31″W / 32.064722°N 81.108611°W / 32.064722; -81.108611 (Laurel Grove-North Cemetery)
Savannah
34 Laurel Grove-South Cemetery
Laurel Grove-South Cemetery
September 6, 1978
(#78000972)
37th St.
32°03′37″N 81°06′57″W / 32.060278°N 81.115833°W / 32.060278; -81.115833 (Laurel Grove-South Cemetery)
Savannah
35 Lebanon Plantation
Lebanon Plantation
November 29, 1979
(#79000704)
SW of Savannah
32°00′19″N 81°12′43″W / 32.005278°N 81.211944°W / 32.005278; -81.211944 (Lebanon Plantation)
Savannah
36 Juliette Gordon Low Historic District
Juliette Gordon Low Historic District
October 15, 1966
(#66000276)
10 Oglethorpe Ave., E., 330 Drayton St., 329 Abercorn St.
32°04′37″N 81°05′33″W / 32.077062°N 81.092480°W / 32.077062; -81.092480 (Juliette Gordon Low Historic District)
Savannah National Historic Landmark
37 Massie Common School House
Massie Common School House
April 13, 1977
(#77000414)
207 E. Gordon St.
32°04′13″N 81°05′33″W / 32.07020°N 81.09245°W / 32.07020; -81.09245 (Massie Common School House)
Savannah
38 Morgan-Ille Cottage
Morgan-Ille Cottage
July 24, 2008
(#08000713)
703 2nd Ave.
32°00′19″N 80°50′44″W / 32.005211°N 80.845625°W / 32.005211; -80.845625 (Morgan-Ille Cottage)
Tybee Island
39 Mulberry Grove Site Upload image
July 17, 1975
(#75000575)
Address Restricted (305 S Coastal Hwy)
32°11′N 81°10′W / 32.19°N 81.16°W / 32.19; -81.16 (Mulberry Grove Site)
Port Wentworth Left in ruins, reportedly only a marker was left and it is missing[5]
40 Mulherin-Righton Raised Tybee Cottage
Mulherin-Righton Raised Tybee Cottage
April 29, 2008
(#08000349)
14 8th Pl.
32°00′10″N 80°50′39″W / 32.002778°N 80.844244°W / 32.002778; -80.844244 (Mulherin-Righton Raised Tybee Cottage)
Tybee Island
41 New Ogeechee Missionary Baptist Church
New Ogeechee Missionary Baptist Church
August 8, 2001
(#01000854)
751 Chevis Rd.
31°58′40″N 81°14′57″W / 31.977778°N 81.249167°W / 31.977778; -81.249167 (New Ogeechee Missionary Baptist Church)
Savannah
42 Nicholsonville Baptist Church
Nicholsonville Baptist Church
May 22, 1978
(#78000969)
White Bluff Rd.
31°57′30″N 81°08′18″W / 31.958333°N 81.138333°W / 31.958333; -81.138333 (Nicholsonville Baptist Church)
Nicholsonville
43 Ossabaw Island
Ossabaw Island
May 6, 1996
(#96000468)
7 mi. S of Savannah, bounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Bear R., Ogeechee R., and St. Catherine's Sound
31°47′40″N 81°06′44″W / 31.794444°N 81.112222°W / 31.794444; -81.112222 (Ossabaw Island)
Savannah
44 Owens-Thomas House
Owens-Thomas House
May 11, 1976
(#76000611)
124 Abercorn St.
32°04′39″N 81°05′22″W / 32.07738°N 81.08940°W / 32.07738; -81.08940 (Owens-Thomas House)
Savannah National Historic Landmark
45 Pine Gardens Historic District
Pine Gardens Historic District
November 5, 2014
(#14000890)
Roughly bounded by Goebel Ave., Beech & Capitol Sts.
32°04′00″N 81°03′23″W / 32.0666°N 81.0565°W / 32.0666; -81.0565 (Pine Gardens Historic District)
Savannah
46 James and Odessa Rourke, Jr., Raised Tybee Cottage
James and Odessa Rourke, Jr., Raised Tybee Cottage
September 23, 2010
(#10000804)
702 14th St.
31°59′49″N 80°51′10″W / 31.996944°N 80.852778°W / 31.996944; -80.852778 (James and Odessa Rourke, Jr., Raised Tybee Cottage)
Tybee Island
47 St. Bartholomew's Church
St. Bartholomew's Church
June 17, 1982
(#82002391)
Cheves Rd.
31°58′13″N 81°14′42″W / 31.970278°N 81.245°W / 31.970278; -81.245 (St. Bartholomew's Church)
Burroughs
48 St. Philip AME Church
St. Philip AME Church
August 2, 1984
(#84000959)
613 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (formerly W. Broad St.)
32°04′13″N 81°06′05″W / 32.070278°N 81.101389°W / 32.070278; -81.101389 (St. Philip AME Church)
Savannah
49 Savannah and Ogeechee Canal
Savannah and Ogeechee Canal
August 11, 1997
(#97000814)
Roughly along I-95, between the Savannah and Ogeechee Rivers
32°03′40″N 81°13′14″W / 32.061111°N 81.220556°W / 32.061111; -81.220556 (Savannah and Ogeechee Canal)
Chatham
50 Savannah Historic District
Savannah Historic District
November 13, 1966
(#66000277)
Bounded by E. Broad, Gwinnett, and W. Broad Sts. and the Savannah River (Broad St. is now MLK Blvd)
32°04′28″N 81°05′30″W / 32.074444°N 81.091667°W / 32.074444; -81.091667 (Savannah Historic District)
Savannah National Historic Landmark
51 Savannah Pharmacy and Fonvielle Office Building Upload image
February 20, 2013
(#13000023)
914-918 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
32°04′02″N 81°06′08″W / 32.067262°N 81.102112°W / 32.067262; -81.102112 (Savannah Pharmacy and Fonvielle Office Building)
Savannah Demolished in 2014[6]
52 Savannah Victorian Historic District
Savannah Victorian Historic District
December 11, 1974
(#74000665)
Roughly bounded by Gwinnett, Price, Anderson, and Montgomery Sts.; also the area bounded by Gwinnett, Anderson and 31st Sts.
32°03′53″N 81°05′49″W / 32.064722°N 81.096944°W / 32.064722; -81.096944 (Savannah Victorian Historic District)
Savannah Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of May 20, 1982 (refnum 82002392)
53 William Scarbrough House
William Scarbrough House
June 22, 1970
(#70000201)
41 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (formerly W. Broad St.)
32°04′52″N 81°05′50″W / 32.08117°N 81.09727°W / 32.08117; -81.09727 (William Scarbrough House)
Savannah National Historic Landmark, now houses the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum
54 Sea View Apartments
Sea View Apartments
April 22, 2003
(#03000286)
7 18th St.
31°59′27″N 80°51′06″W / 31.990833°N 80.851667°W / 31.990833; -80.851667 (Sea View Apartments)
Tybee Island
55 Slotin Building
Slotin Building
March 24, 1983
(#83000188)
101 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (formerly W. Broad St.)
32°04′51″N 81°05′51″W / 32.080833°N 81.0975°W / 32.080833; -81.0975 (Slotin Building)
Savannah Now Bergen Hall of the Savannah College of Art and Design
56 Oliver Sturges House
Oliver Sturges House
July 14, 1971
(#71000271)
27 Abercorn St.
32°04′45″N 81°05′24″W / 32.079167°N 81.09°W / 32.079167; -81.09 (Oliver Sturges House)
Savannah
57 Telfair Academy
Telfair Academy
May 11, 1976
(#76000612)
121 Barnard St.
32°04′44″N 81°05′43″W / 32.078889°N 81.095278°W / 32.078889; -81.095278 (Telfair Academy)
Savannah National Historic Landmark
58 Thomas Square Streetcar Historic District
Thomas Square Streetcar Historic District
July 29, 1997
(#97000813)
Roughly bounded by Anderson Ln., 42nd St., Victory Dr., E. Broad St., and Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
32°03′28″N 81°05′56″W / 32.057778°N 81.098889°W / 32.057778; -81.098889 (Thomas Square Streetcar Historic District)
Savannah
59 Two Pierpont Circle
Two Pierpont Circle
April 4, 1990
(#90000492)
2 Pierpont Cir.
32°03′17″N 81°04′01″W / 32.054722°N 81.066944°W / 32.054722; -81.066944 (Two Pierpont Circle)
Savannah
60 Tybee Island Back River Historic District
Tybee Island Back River Historic District
August 5, 1999
(#99000928)
Along Chatham Ave., from Tybee River to Venetian Dr.
31°59′27″N 80°51′09″W / 31.990833°N 80.8525°W / 31.990833; -80.8525 (Tybee Island Back River Historic District)
Tybee Island
61 Tybee Island Strand Cottages Historic District
Tybee Island Strand Cottages Historic District
April 2, 1999
(#98000971)
Selected properties between Butler Ave. and Atlantic Ocean, between 12 St. and 14th St.
31°59′47″N 80°50′49″W / 31.996389°N 80.846944°W / 31.996389; -80.846944 (Tybee Island Strand Cottages Historic District)
Tybee Island
62 U.S. Customhouse
U.S. Customhouse
May 29, 1974
(#74000666)
1-3 E. Bay St.
32°04′50″N 81°05′28″W / 32.08065°N 81.09101°W / 32.08065; -81.09101 (U.S. Customhouse)
Savannah
63 Vernonburg Historic District
Vernonburg Historic District
June 22, 2000
(#00000714)
Dancy Ave., Rockwell Ave. and S. Rockwell Ave.
31°58′19″N 81°07′34″W / 31.971944°N 81.126111°W / 31.971944; -81.126111 (Vernonburg Historic District)
Vernonburg
64 Edgar A. Weil House
Edgar A. Weil House
October 4, 2016
(#16000686)
802 14th St.
31°59′49″N 80°51′14″W / 31.997010°N 80.853959°W / 31.997010; -80.853959 (Edgar A. Weil House)
Tybee Island
65 Wild Heron
Wild Heron
December 16, 1977
(#77000415)
15 mi. SW of Savannah off U.S. 17; 2148 Grove Point Rd.
31°58′14″N 81°13′08″W / 31.970556°N 81.218889°W / 31.970556; -81.218889 (Wild Heron)
Savannah
66 Wormsloe Plantation
Wormsloe Plantation
April 26, 1973
(#73000615)
Isle of Hope and Long Island
31°57′53″N 81°04′14″W / 31.964722°N 81.070556°W / 31.964722; -81.070556 (Wormsloe Plantation)
Savannah Now a Georgia state historic site

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 21, 2017.
  2. ^ 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.
  3. ^ 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.
  4. ^ Kensington Park, Groveland gain historic status, by Eric Curl, Savannah Morning News, September 23, 2013
  5. ^ "Mulberry Grove Marker - Historic Markers Across Georgia". Retrieved 9 March 2017. 
  6. ^ Curl, Eric. "Historic MLK pharmacy demolition begins". Savannah Morning News. 2014-07-30. Retrieved 2015-01-25.