National Register of Historic Places listings in Rock Hill, South Carolina

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Location of Rock Hill in South Carolina

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Rock Hill, South Carolina, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen on a map.[1]

There are 55 properties and districts listed on the National Register in York County. The city of Rock Hill is the location of 26 of these properties and districts, they are listed here, while the 29 properties and districts in the remaining parts of the county are listed separately.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted March 7, 2019.[2]
Map all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap 
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Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Afro-American Insurance Company Building
Afro-American Insurance Company Building
June 10, 1992
558 S. Dave Lyle Boulevard
34°55′19″N 81°02′09″W / 34.921944°N 81.035833°W / 34.921944; -81.035833 (Afro-American Insurance Company Building)
Rock Hill
2 Anderson House
Anderson House
May 13, 1982
227 Oakland Ave.
34°55′54″N 81°01′34″W / 34.931667°N 81.026111°W / 34.931667; -81.026111 (Anderson House)
Rock Hill Designed by architect George Franklin Barber
3 Bleachery Water Treatment Plant
Bleachery Water Treatment Plant
March 6, 2008
Stewart Ave.
34°56′06″N 81°01′53″W / 34.935105°N 81.031514°W / 34.935105; -81.031514 (Bleachery Water Treatment Plant)
Rock Hill
4 Catawba Rosenwald School
Catawba Rosenwald School
July 3, 2013
3071 S.. Anderson Rd
34°54′43″N 80°58′35″W / 34.9119°N 80.9764°W / 34.9119; -80.9764 (Catawba Rosenwald School)
Rock Hill
5 Charlotte Avenue-Aiken Avenue Historic District
Charlotte Avenue-Aiken Avenue Historic District
June 10, 1992
Roughly Aiken Ave. from College Ave. to Charlotte Ave. and Charlotte from Aiken to Union Ave.
34°56′09″N 81°01′28″W / 34.935833°N 81.024444°W / 34.935833; -81.024444 (Charlotte Avenue-Aiken Avenue Historic District)
Rock Hill
6 Ebenezer Academy
Ebenezer Academy
August 16, 1977
2132 Ebenezer Rd.
34°58′01″N 81°03′06″W / 34.966944°N 81.051667°W / 34.966944; -81.051667 (Ebenezer Academy)
Rock Hill
7 First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church
June 10, 1992
234 E. Main St.
34°55′25″N 81°01′31″W / 34.923611°N 81.025278°W / 34.923611; -81.025278 (First Presbyterian Church)
Rock Hill
8 Hermon Presbyterian Church
Hermon Presbyterian Church
June 10, 1992
446 Dave Lyle Boulevard
34°55′24″N 81°02′03″W / 34.923333°N 81.034167°W / 34.923333; -81.034167 (Hermon Presbyterian Church)
Rock Hill
9 Highland Park Manufacturing Plant and Cotton Oil Complex
Highland Park Manufacturing Plant and Cotton Oil Complex
June 10, 1992
869 Standard St. and 732 and 737 E. White St.
34°55′15″N 81°00′42″W / 34.920833°N 81.011667°W / 34.920833; -81.011667 (Highland Park Manufacturing Plant and Cotton Oil Complex)
Rock Hill
10 Laurelwood Cemetery
Laurelwood Cemetery
July 31, 2008
Bordered by Laurel, W. White, Stewart, and W. Main Sts.
34°55′55″N 81°01′59″W / 34.931964°N 81.032932°W / 34.931964; -81.032932 (Laurelwood Cemetery)
Rock Hill
11 Marion Street Area Historic District
Marion Street Area Historic District
June 10, 1992
Roughly Marion St. from Hampton St. to Center St. and Center from State St. to Marion
34°55′13″N 81°01′43″W / 34.920278°N 81.028611°W / 34.920278; -81.028611 (Marion Street Area Historic District)
Rock Hill
12 McCorkle-Fewell-Long House
McCorkle-Fewell-Long House
August 21, 1980
639 College Ave.
34°56′30″N 81°01′36″W / 34.941667°N 81.026667°W / 34.941667; -81.026667 (McCorkle-Fewell-Long House)
Rock Hill
13 Mount Prospect Baptist Church
Mount Prospect Baptist Church
June 10, 1992
339 W. Black St.
34°55′45″N 81°02′08″W / 34.929167°N 81.035556°W / 34.929167; -81.035556 (Mount Prospect Baptist Church)
Rock Hill
14 Nation Ford Fish Weir March 1, 2007
In the Catawba River approximately 1200 feet upstream from the Nation Ford railroad trestle
34°57′40″N 80°57′20″W / 34.96102°N 80.955616°W / 34.96102; -80.955616 (Nation Ford Fish Weir)
Rock Hill
15 People's National Bank Building
People's National Bank Building
March 25, 1999
131-133 E. Main St.
34°55′32″N 81°01′37″W / 34.925556°N 81.026944°W / 34.925556; -81.026944 (People's National Bank Building)
Rock Hill
16 Reid Street-North Confederate Avenue Area Historic District
Reid Street-North Confederate Avenue Area Historic District
June 10, 1992
Roughly Reid St. and N. Confederate Ave. between E. Main St. and E. White St.
34°55′26″N 81°01′19″W / 34.923889°N 81.021944°W / 34.923889; -81.021944 (Reid Street-North Confederate Avenue Area Historic District)
Rock Hill
17 Rock Hill Body Company
Rock Hill Body Company
March 6, 2008
601 W. Main St.
34°55′55″N 81°02′11″W / 34.931902°N 81.03651°W / 34.931902; -81.03651 (Rock Hill Body Company)
Rock Hill
18 Rock Hill Cotton Factory
Rock Hill Cotton Factory
June 10, 1992
215 Chatham St.; also 130 W. White St.
34°55′42″N 81°01′39″W / 34.928333°N 81.0275°W / 34.928333; -81.0275 (Rock Hill Cotton Factory)
Rock Hill 130 White represents a boundary increase of March 6, 2008
19 Rock Hill Downtown Historic District
Rock Hill Downtown Historic District
June 24, 1991
Roughly S. Oakland Ave. from south of Peoples Pl. to E. Main St.
34°55′31″N 81°01′30″W / 34.925278°N 81.025°W / 34.925278; -81.025 (Rock Hill Downtown Historic District)
Rock Hill
20 Rock Hill Printing and Finishing Company February 5, 2013
400 W. White St.
34°55′51″N 81°01′49″W / 34.930847°N 81.03018°W / 34.930847; -81.03018 (Rock Hill Printing and Finishing Company)
Rock Hill
21 Stokes-Mayfield House
Stokes-Mayfield House
May 17, 1984
353 Oakland Ave.
34°56′03″N 81°01′40″W / 34.934167°N 81.027778°W / 34.934167; -81.027778 (Stokes-Mayfield House)
Rock Hill
22 Tillman Hall
Tillman Hall
December 2, 1977
Oakland Ave. on the Winthrop College campus
34°56′18″N 81°01′47″W / 34.938333°N 81.029722°W / 34.938333; -81.029722 (Tillman Hall)
Rock Hill
23 US Post Office and Courthouse
US Post Office and Courthouse
January 21, 1988
102 Main St.
34°55′30″N 81°01′33″W / 34.925°N 81.025833°W / 34.925; -81.025833 (US Post Office and Courthouse)
Rock Hill
24 White House
White House
December 3, 1969
258 E. White St.
34°55′33″N 81°01′18″W / 34.925833°N 81.021667°W / 34.925833; -81.021667 (White House)
Rock Hill
25 Winthrop College Historic District
Winthrop College Historic District
April 23, 1987
Along Oakland Ave. between Cherry Rd. and Stewart Ave. on the Winthrop College campus
34°56′22″N 81°01′48″W / 34.939444°N 81.03°W / 34.939444; -81.03 (Winthrop College Historic District)
Rock Hill
26 Withers Building
Withers Building
August 20, 1981
Oakland Ave.
34°50′28″N 81°01′42″W / 34.841111°N 81.028333°W / 34.841111; -81.028333 (Withers Building)
Rock Hill


  1. ^ 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 from 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.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on March 7, 2019.
  3. ^ 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.
  4. ^ National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  5. ^ 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.