National Register of Historic Places listings in Coweta County, Georgia

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This is a list of properties and districts in Coweta County, Georgia that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).

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This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted October 4, 2018.[1]
Contents: Counties in Georgia / See also: Georgia state-wide list

Current listings[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location City or town Description
1 W. A. Brannon Store-Moreland Knitting Mills
W. A. Brannon Store-Moreland Knitting Mills
December 12, 1985
(#85003332)
Main St.
33°17′07″N 84°46′11″W / 33.285278°N 84.769722°W / 33.285278; -84.769722 (W. A. Brannon Store-Moreland Knitting Mills)
Moreland
2 Cole Town District
Cole Town District
September 30, 1982
(#82002400)
Roughly bounded by Washington, Thompson, and Davis Sts., and Hooligan Alley
33°22′22″N 84°47′39″W / 33.372778°N 84.794167°W / 33.372778; -84.794167 (Cole Town District)
Newnan
3 Coweta County Courthouse
Coweta County Courthouse
September 18, 1980
(#80001006)
Courthouse Sq.
33°22′29″N 84°48′01″W / 33.374722°N 84.800278°W / 33.374722; -84.800278 (Coweta County Courthouse)
Newnan
4 William Leonard Crowder Home Place
William Leonard Crowder Home Place
March 17, 1986
(#86000455)
1615 Handy Rd.
33°22′38″N 84°58′07″W / 33.377222°N 84.968611°W / 33.377222; -84.968611 (William Leonard Crowder Home Place)
Newnan
5 Goodwyn-Bailey House
Goodwyn-Bailey House
October 29, 1992
(#92001520)
2295 Old Poplar Rd.
33°21′05″N 84°42′22″W / 33.351389°N 84.706111°W / 33.351389; -84.706111 (Goodwyn-Bailey House)
Newnan
6 Gordon-Banks House
Gordon-Banks House
January 20, 1972
(#72000383)
South of Newnan on U.S. 29
33°20′28″N 84°47′01″W / 33.341111°N 84.783611°W / 33.341111; -84.783611 (Gordon-Banks House)
Newnan
7 Grantville Historic District
Grantville Historic District
June 14, 1991
(#91000772)
Bounded by US 29, LaGrange St., W. Grantville Rd. and the city cemetery
33°14′07″N 84°50′05″W / 33.235278°N 84.834722°W / 33.235278; -84.834722 (Grantville Historic District)
Grantville
8 Greenville Street-LaGrange Street Historic District
Greenville Street-LaGrange Street Historic District
April 28, 1983
(#83000190)
LaGrange, Nimmons, Greenville, Powell, Reese, Powell and Buchanan Sts.
33°21′57″N 84°48′02″W / 33.365833°N 84.800556°W / 33.365833; -84.800556 (Greenville Street-LaGrange Street Historic District)
Newnan
9 Henderson-Orr House
Henderson-Orr House
June 2, 2000
(#00000562)
Junction of Thomas Powers Rd. and GA 34
33°20′15″N 84°58′51″W / 33.3375°N 84.980833°W / 33.3375; -84.980833 (Henderson-Orr House)
Stallings Crossing
10 Hollberg Hotel
Hollberg Hotel
March 10, 1980
(#80001007)
Seavy and Barnes Sts.
33°18′04″N 84°33′11″W / 33.301111°N 84.553056°W / 33.301111; -84.553056 (Hollberg Hotel)
Senoia
11 Newnan Commercial Historic District
Newnan Commercial Historic District
March 20, 1990
(#90000432)
Roughly bounded by Lee, Perry, Salbide, Lagrange, W. Spring, Brown, Madison, and Jefferson
33°22′28″N 84°48′00″W / 33.374444°N 84.8°W / 33.374444; -84.8 (Newnan Commercial Historic District)
Newnan
12 Newnan Cotton Mill and Mill Village Historic District
Newnan Cotton Mill and Mill Village Historic District
April 11, 2002
(#02000339)
Roughly bounded by E. Washington, Wilcoxen and Farmer Sts., and CSX RR.
33°22′39″N 84°47′38″W / 33.3775°N 84.793889°W / 33.3775; -84.793889 (Newnan Cotton Mill and Mill Village Historic District)
Newnan
13 Northwest Newnan Residential Historic District
Northwest Newnan Residential Historic District
May 28, 1982
(#82002401)
Roughly bounded by railroad tracks, Jefferson, Cavender, Duncan, and Browns Sts.
33°22′40″N 84°48′12″W / 33.377778°N 84.803333°W / 33.377778; -84.803333 (Northwest Newnan Residential Historic District)
Newnan
14 Oak Grove Plantation
Oak Grove Plantation
May 25, 2001
(#01000535)
4537 N US 29
33°27′32″N 84°41′26″W / 33.458889°N 84.690556°W / 33.458889; -84.690556 (Oak Grove Plantation)
Newnan
15 Oak Hill Cemetery
Oak Hill Cemetery
January 27, 2012
(#11001054)
96 Jefferson St.
33°23′09″N 84°47′52″W / 33.385855°N 84.797802°W / 33.385855; -84.797802 (Oak Hill Cemetery)
Newnan
16 Platinum Point Historic District
Platinum Point Historic District
July 12, 1990
(#90000997)
Along Jackson St., 0.5 miles (0.80 km) north of downtown Newnan
33°23′25″N 84°48′08″W / 33.390278°N 84.802222°W / 33.390278; -84.802222 (Platinum Point Historic District)
Newnan
17 Powell Chapel School
Powell Chapel School
June 23, 2003
(#03000535)
620 Old Atlanta Hwy.
33°24′56″N 84°47′06″W / 33.415556°N 84.785°W / 33.415556; -84.785 (Powell Chapel School)
Newnan
18 Mary Ray Memorial School
Mary Ray Memorial School
July 23, 2013
(#13000531)
771 Raymond Sheddan Ave.
33°20′09″N 84°43′02″W / 33.3358948°N 84.7171967°W / 33.3358948; -84.7171967 (Mary Ray Memorial School)
Raymond
19 Roscoe-Dunaway Gardens Historic District
Roscoe-Dunaway Gardens Historic District
December 6, 1996
(#96001414)
Roughly bounded by the Chattahoochee R., Cedar Cr., Hood Branch, and White Oak Cr.
33°29′54″N 84°50′00″W / 33.498333°N 84.833333°W / 33.498333; -84.833333 (Roscoe-Dunaway Gardens Historic District)
Roscoe
20 Sargent Historic District
Sargent Historic District
February 24, 2005
(#05000077)
Roughly centered on the Arnall Mill Complex at the junction of Georgia State Route 16 and Old Carrolton Rd.
33°25′52″N 84°52′03″W / 33.431111°N 84.8675°W / 33.431111; -84.8675 (Sargent Historic District)
Sargent
21 Senoia Historic District
Senoia Historic District
March 17, 1989
(#89000149)
Roughly bounded by Couch St., CSX Transportation tracks, Georgia State Route 16, and Pylant St.
33°18′05″N 84°33′14″W / 33.301389°N 84.553889°W / 33.301389; -84.553889 (Senoia Historic District)
Senoia
22 George R. Sims House
George R. Sims House
September 27, 1990
(#90001435)
1851 Collinsworth Rd.
33°29′31″N 84°37′08″W / 33.491944°N 84.618889°W / 33.491944; -84.618889 (George R. Sims House)
Palmetto
23 Dr. Robert L. and Sarah Alberta Smith House
Dr. Robert L. and Sarah Alberta Smith House
October 18, 1996
(#96001139)
1262 Bob Smith Rd.
33°22′49″N 84°38′43″W / 33.380278°N 84.645278°W / 33.380278; -84.645278 (Dr. Robert L. and Sarah Alberta Smith House)
Sharpsburg
24 Tidwell-Amis-Haynes House
Tidwell-Amis-Haynes House
September 11, 1997
(#97001124)
1200 Sid Hunter Rd.
33°16′23″N 84°40′16″W / 33.273056°N 84.671111°W / 33.273056; -84.671111 (Tidwell-Amis-Haynes House)
Senoia
25 Vinewood
Vinewood
May 11, 2011
(#11000263)
1324 Roscoe Rd.
33°25′44″N 84°48′49″W / 33.428889°N 84.813611°W / 33.428889; -84.813611 (Vinewood)
Newnan
26 Willcoxon-Arnold House
Willcoxon-Arnold House
May 20, 1991
(#91000559)
One Bullsboro Dr.
33°22′55″N 84°47′35″W / 33.381944°N 84.793056°W / 33.381944; -84.793056 (Willcoxon-Arnold House)
Newnan

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on October 4, 2018.
  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.