National Register of Historic Places listings in Monroe County, New York
This is a description of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Monroe County, New York. The locations of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Monroe County, New York may be seen on a map by clicking on "Map all coordinates" to the right.
There are 197 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 3 National Historic Landmarks. The city of Rochester includes 104 of these properties and districts, including all National Historic Landmarks; the Rochester properties and districts are listed separately, while the remaining properties and districts in Monroe County are listed here. One property, the New York State Barge Canal, a National Historic Landmark District spans both the city and the remainder of the county.
Outside of Rochester
|||Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|425 Washington St.
|2||Adsit Cobblestone Farmhouse||
|3871 Clover St.
||Mendon||Federal style cobblestone farmhouse from c.1832. Operated as an inn during the mid-19th century, it was used by farmers delivering grain on the road from Canandaigua to Rochester.|
|3||Alcoa Care-free Home||
|1589 Clover St.
|4||Antoinette Louisa Brown Blackwell Childhood Home||
|1099 Pinnacle Rd.
|56-98 High St.
||Brockport||Community's primary burial ground for most of the 19th century|
|6||Brockport Central Rural High School||
|40 Allen St.
|7||Horace and Grace Bush House||
|1932 Five Mile Line Rd.
|8||Chase Cobblestone Farmhouse||
|1191 Manitou Rd., Town of Parma
|9||Chili Mills Conservation Area||
|1 mi. SW of West Chili off Stuart Rd. along Black Creek
|10||Clarkson Corners Historic District||
|Jct. of Ridge and Lake Rds. and E and W along Ridge and S along Lake
|11||Cole Cobblestone Farmhouse||
|933 Mile Square Rd.
|12||Austin R. Conant House||
|30 West St.
||Fairport||1876 Gothic Revival house was home to a number of important early residents of Fairport as it boomed around the Erie Canal|
|13||William Covert Cobblestone Farmhouse||
|978 N. Greece Rd.
|14||Isaac Cox Cobblestone Farmstead||
|5015 River Rd.
|4396 River Rd.
||Scottsville||1820 Federal style house by early settler of Wheatland later renovated in Greek Revival and Italianate styles|
|307 Curtis Rd.
|17||Daisy Flour Mill, Inc.||
|1880 Blossom Rd.
||Penfield||A former flour mill, now a restaurant and party house.|
|18||Dayton's Corners School||
|1363 Creek St.
||Penfield||A one-room schoolhouse, Penfield District #9. Now used for fourth-grade local history studies.|
|19||Henry DeLand House||
|99 S. Main St.
||Fairport||Home of Henry Addison DeLand, it later became an inn, restaurant, speakeasy, bar and a catering hall.|
|20||First Baptist Church||
|124 Main St.
|21||First Baptist Church of Fairport||
|94 S. Main St.
||Fairport||A church undergoing restoration|
|22||First Baptist Church of Mumford||
|5 Dakin St.
|23||First Presbyterian Church||
|35 State St.
|24||First Presbyterian Church of Mumford||
|George and William Sts.
|25||Andrew Short House||
|1294 Lehigh Station Rd.
|27||Gates-Livermore Cobblestone Farmhouse||
|4389 Clover St.
|9 Browns Ave.
|29||Greece Memorial Hall||
|2595 Ridge Rd. W
|30||Edward Harrison House||
|75 College St.
|44 N. Main St.
|32||Franklin Hinchey House||
|634 Hinchey Rd.
|1931 Five Mile Line Rd.
|34||Honeoye Falls Village Historic District||
|Roughly, jct. of Main, Monroe and Ontario Sts. and adjacent areas
|3151 Clover St.
|36||House at 288 Wimbledon Road||
|288 Wimbledon Rd.
||Irondequoit||Demonstration house built in 1928 by Fred P. Tosch Inc. and co-sponsored by the Democrat & Chronicle and Home Owners Service Institute to promote high quality design and cutting edge construction for middle income families.|
|37||Thomas L. Hulburt House||
|106 Hulburt Rd
||Fairport||1853 Greek Revival house of lawyer and developer instrumental to Fairport's growth|
|38||Jayne and Mason Bank Building||
|11 E. Main St.
||Webster||Currently a secondhand shop called "Nest Things"|
|39||William C. Jayne House||
|183 E. Main St.
|40||Lake View Cemetery||
|41||Adolph Lomb House||
|Jct. of Sutherland St. and W. Jefferson Rd.
|N. Main St.
|43||Main Street Historic District||
|Main, Market and King Sts.
|44||Donald Mann House||
|327 Stewart Rd.
|45||George G. Mason House||
|39 Dunning Ave.
|46||David McVean House||
|805 North Rd.
|47||Mendon Cobblestone Academy||
|16 Mendon-Ionia Rd.
|48||Mendon Presbyterian Church||
|3886 Rush-Mendon Rd.
|49||Romanta T. Miller House||
|1089 Bowerman Rd.
|983 W. Bloomfield Rd.
||Mendon||Established in 1808, this 90-acre (36 ha) farm is one of the oldest in town|
|151 Main St.
|1000 Whalen Rd.
|53||New York State Barge Canal||
|Linear across county
||Brighton, Brockport, Chili, Clarkson, Fairport, Gates, Greece, Henrietta, Ogden, Perinton, Pittsford, Spencerport, Sweden||Successor to Erie Canal approved by state voters in early 20th century to compete with railroads.|
|54||North Star School District No. 11||
|660 Walker Lake Ontario Rd.
||Hamlin||Late 19th-century one-room schoolhouse now serves as local history museum|
|411 Scottsville-Mumford Rd.
|56||Our Mother of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church Complex||
|1785 Latta Rd.
|57||Park Avenue and State Street Historic District||
|15–121 Park Ave., 15-118 State, 36–54 South, 6 & 12 High & 14 & 20 Spring Sts.
||Brockport||Residential core of village with intact houses in various 19th-century styles|
|58||William Payne House||
|505 Elmgrove Rd.
|59||Penfield Road Historic District||
|1862-1895 Penfield Rd.
|60||Stephen Phelps House||
|2701 Penfield Rd.
|S. Main and State Sts.
|62||Pittsford Village Historic District||
April 12, 2016
|High, Church, Grove, Line, Locust, Maple, N. & S. Main, State, Sutherland, Wood, Boughton, E. Jefferson, Golf, Rand,
||Pittsford||Collection of sophisticated houses reflecting styles from 1810s to 1930s|
|63||Samuel Rich House||
|2204 Five Mile Line Rd.
|1474 Marsh Rd.
|3 Riga-Mumford Rd.
|66||Rochester Street Historic District||
|Both sides of Rochester St.
|67||Simeon Sage House||
|69 Main St.
|68||Sheldon Cobblestone House||
|21 Mendon-Ionia Rd., S of jct. with NY 251
|69||William Shirts House||
|196 Harmon Rd.
|70||Hiram Sibley Homestead||
|29 Sibley Rd.
|71||Soldiers' Memorial Tower||
|Owens Rd. N of Conrail RR tracks
|72||Spencerport Methodist Church||
|32 Amity St.
|3001 Monroe Ave.
||Pittsford||An inn along the original Erie Canal, now a restaurant|
|74||St. John's Episcopal Church||
|11 Episcopal Ave.
|75||St. Luke's Episcopal Church||
|14 State St.
|76||Stewart Cobblestone Farmhouse||
|Douglas Rd., S of jct. with Canfield Rd.
|2370 East Ave.
|78||Tall Maples Miniature Golf Course||
|4083 Culver Rd.
||Sea Breeze||Now known as Parkside Whispering Pines|
|79||Tinker Cobblestone Farmstead||
|1585 Calkins Rd.
|81||Union Presbyterian Church||
|82||United Congregational Church of Irondequoit||
|644 Titus Ave.
|83||US Post Office-East Rochester||
|206 W. Commercial St.
||East Rochester||Named the Officer Daryl R. Pierson Memorial Post Office Building in 2015.|
|84||US Post Office-Honeoye Falls||
|39 W. Main St.
|85||Webster Baptist Church||
|59 South Ave.
|86||Webster Grange No. 436||
|58 E. Main St.,
||Webster||1900 meeting place for what was at one time largest Grange chapter in the country; now shared with local singing group.|
|87||Harvey Whalen House||
|140 Whalen Rd.
|88||Wheatland Baptist Cemetery||
|McGinnis, Belcoda and Harmon Rds.
|89||Whitcomb Cobblestone Farmhouse||
|437 Pond Rd.
|90||John and Chauncey White House||
|854 White Rd.
|91||Whiteside, Barnett and Co. Agricultural Works||
|60 Clinton St.
|187 S. Main St.
|28 Main St.
|94||Thomas Youngs House||
|50 Mitchell Rd.
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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 May 19, 2017.
- 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.
- 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.
- Nancy L. Todd (July 1996). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: Adsit Cobblestone Farmhouse". New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. Retrieved 2009-10-01. See also: "Accompanying three photos".
- Address based on USPS website. Accessed March 31, 2016.