National Register of Historic Places listings in Ottawa County, Michigan

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The following is a list of Registered Historic Places in Ottawa County, Michigan.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 9, 2017.[1]
[2] Name on the Register[3] Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Battle Point Site
Battle Point Site
August 14, 1973
(#73000956)
Battle Point, Grand River[5]
43°02′20″N 86°08′40″W / 43.038889°N 86.144444°W / 43.038889; -86.144444 (Battle Point Site)
Crockery Township
2 Aloys Bilz House
Aloys Bilz House
December 14, 1987
(#87002139)
107 S. Division St.
43°04′34″N 86°12′03″W / 43.076111°N 86.200833°W / 43.076111; -86.200833 (Aloys Bilz House)
Spring Lake
3 Isaac Cappon House
Isaac Cappon House
January 26, 1984
(#84001478)
228 W. 9th St.
42°47′21″N 86°07′04″W / 42.789167°N 86.117778°W / 42.789167; -86.117778 (Isaac Cappon House)
Holland
4 Max and Esther De Pree House
Max and Esther De Pree House
April 17, 2017
(#100000886)
279 S. Division St.
42°48′24″N 86°00′17″W / 42.806627°N 86.004833°W / 42.806627; -86.004833 (Max and Esther De Pree House)
Zeeland
4 Edward P. Ferry House
Edward P. Ferry House
March 19, 1982
(#82002860)
514 Lafayette St.
43°03′35″N 86°13′38″W / 43.059722°N 86.227222°W / 43.059722; -86.227222 (Edward P. Ferry House)
Grand Haven
5 Fruitport Road–Pettys Bayou Bridge
Fruitport Road–Pettys Bayou Bridge
December 17, 1999
(#99001535)
Fruitport Rd. over Pettys Bayou
43°05′22″N 86°10′31″W / 43.089444°N 86.175278°W / 43.089444; -86.175278 (Fruitport Road–Pettys Bayou Bridge)
Spring Lake Township
6 Egbert H. Gold Estate
Egbert H. Gold Estate
December 27, 1984
(#84000548)
1116 Marigold Ln.
42°46′51″N 86°09′21″W / 42.780833°N 86.155833°W / 42.780833; -86.155833 (Egbert H. Gold Estate)
Holland
7 Grand Haven Historic District
Grand Haven Historic District
September 6, 2016
(#16000584)
Washington Ave, adjacent Sts Harbor Dr. through 600 blks.
43°03′53″N 86°14′01″W / 43.064734°N 86.233632°W / 43.064734; -86.233632 (Grand Haven Historic District)
Grand Haven
8 Grand Rapids, Grand Haven and Muskegon Railway Depot
Grand Rapids, Grand Haven and Muskegon Railway Depot
February 6, 1973
(#73002294)
363 W. Main St.
43°03′51″N 85°56′13″W / 43.064203°N 85.937017°W / 43.064203; -85.937017 (Grand Rapids, Grand Haven and Muskegon Railway Depot)
Coopersville
9 Grand Trunk Western Railroad Grand Haven Coal Tipple
Grand Trunk Western Railroad Grand Haven Coal Tipple
September 6, 2016
(#16000583)
300 Block of N. Harbor Dr. in Chinook Pier Park
43°04′05″N 86°13′51″W / 43.068080°N 86.230757°W / 43.068080; -86.230757 (Grand Trunk Western Railroad Grand Haven Coal Tipple)
Grand Haven
10 Holland Downtown Historic District
Holland Downtown Historic District
October 4, 1990
(#90001534)
Roughly Eighth St. from just east of College Ave. to River Ave. and River Ave. from Ninth St. to just north of Eighth St.
42°47′24″N 86°06′26″W / 42.79°N 86.107222°W / 42.79; -86.107222 (Holland Downtown Historic District)
Holland
11 Holland Harbor Lighthouse
Holland Harbor Lighthouse
July 20, 1978
(#78001509)
South Pier, Holland Harbor
42°46′22″N 86°12′44″W / 42.772778°N 86.212222°W / 42.772778; -86.212222 (Holland Harbor Lighthouse)
Holland
12 Holland Historic District
Holland Historic District
May 12, 1983
(#83000889)
11th, 12th, 13th Sts., and Washington, Maple, and Pine Aves.; also roughly bounded by River Ave., Pine Ave., 16th St., 14th St., Columbia Ave., 13th St., Central Ave., and 10th St.
42°47′12″N 86°06′48″W / 42.786667°N 86.113333°W / 42.786667; -86.113333 (Holland Historic District)
Holland Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of August 10, 1990
13 Holland Old City Hall and Fire Station
Holland Old City Hall and Fire Station
January 11, 1985
(#85000063)
108 E. 8th St.
42°47′24″N 86°06′08″W / 42.79°N 86.102222°W / 42.79; -86.102222 (Holland Old City Hall and Fire Station)
Holland
14 Holland Reformed Protestant Dutch Church
Holland Reformed Protestant Dutch Church
August 23, 1990
(#90001243)
57 E. 10th St.
42°47′20″N 86°06′17″W / 42.788882°N 86.104833°W / 42.788882; -86.104833 (Holland Reformed Protestant Dutch Church)
Holland Also known as the Pillar Church
15 Hudsonville Christian School
Hudsonville Christian School
March 27, 2008
(#08000224)
5692 School Ave.
42°52′20″N 85°51′53″W / 42.872222°N 85.864722°W / 42.872222; -85.864722 (Hudsonville Christian School)
Hudsonville
16 Thomas and Anna Morrissey House
Thomas and Anna Morrissey House
March 29, 1999
(#99000337)
190 W. 9th St.
42°47′21″N 86°06′58″W / 42.789167°N 86.116111°W / 42.789167; -86.116111 (Thomas and Anna Morrissey House)
Holland
17 Olive Township District No. 1 School
Olive Township District No. 1 School
August 14, 1998
(#98001061)
11611 Stanton St.
42°56′11″N 86°04′21″W / 42.936389°N 86.0725°W / 42.936389; -86.0725 (Olive Township District No. 1 School)
Olive Township
18 Ottawa Beach Historic District
Ottawa Beach Historic District
April 14, 1995
(#95000451)
Ottawa Beach Rd.
42°46′34″N 86°12′22″W / 42.776111°N 86.206111°W / 42.776111; -86.206111 (Ottawa Beach Historic District)
Park Township
19 Pere Marquette Railway Locomotive #1223
Pere Marquette Railway Locomotive #1223
December 7, 2000
(#00001490)
Chinook Pier Park, Jackson Ave.
43°04′04″N 86°13′48″W / 43.067778°N 86.23°W / 43.067778; -86.23 (Pere Marquette Railway Locomotive #1223)
Grand Haven
20 Piers and Revetments at Grand Haven, Michigan
Piers and Revetments at Grand Haven, Michigan
October 23, 1995
(#95001161)
Mouth of Grand R.
43°03′32″N 86°15′22″W / 43.058889°N 86.256111°W / 43.058889; -86.256111 (Piers and Revetments at Grand Haven, Michigan)
Grand Haven
21 Nathaniel and Esther (Savidge) Robbins House
Nathaniel and Esther (Savidge) Robbins House
April 16, 2009
(#09000203)
20 S. 5th Ave.
43°03′45″N 86°13′35″W / 43.062369°N 86.226294°W / 43.062369; -86.226294 (Nathaniel and Esther (Savidge) Robbins House)
Grand Haven
22 Spoonville Site
Spoonville Site
March 30, 1973
(#73002158)
Crockery Creek and Grand River[5]
43°02′40″N 86°04′30″W / 43.044444°N 86.075°W / 43.044444; -86.075 (Spoonville Site)
Crockery Township
23 Third Reformed Church of Holland
Third Reformed Church of Holland
April 16, 1971
(#71000418)
110 W. 12th St.
42°47′07″N 86°06′45″W / 42.785278°N 86.1125°W / 42.785278; -86.1125 (Third Reformed Church of Holland)
Holland
24 Benjamin Van Raalte House
Benjamin Van Raalte House
December 4, 1989
(#89000790)
1076 Sixteenth St.
42°46′53″N 86°03′43″W / 42.781389°N 86.061944°W / 42.781389; -86.061944 (Benjamin Van Raalte House)
Holland

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 9, 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. ^ National Park Service (2008-04-24). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  4. ^ 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.
  5. ^ a b Both the Battle Point and Spoonville sites are listed by the NRIS as "Address Restricted." However, the Ottawa County Park System gives the general location for both sites (Marjorie Bethke Viveen, Historic River Road: A Self-Guided Auto Tour for all Seasons (PDF), Ottawa County Parks ). Geo-coordinates are approximate.