National Register of Historic Places listings in Troup County, Georgia
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|||Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|204 Ben Hill St.
||LaGrange||The historic home of Senator Benjamin Harvey Hill. Built from 1853–1855 in the Greek Revival style. It was named a National Historic Landmark in 1973.|
|2||Broad Street Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by McLendon Circle, Gordon St., Vernon Rd., and Wavely Way
|3||College Home/Smith Hall||
|LaGrange College campus
||LaGrange||Located on the campus of LaGrange College, Smith Hall is the oldest building on the campus. The main portion of the building was built in 1842. The building now houses offices, classrooms and seminar rooms. Smith Hall was named in memory of Mrs. Oreon Smith, wife of former College president Rufus W. Smith, who served from 1885 until his death in 1915.|
|4||East Main Street-Johnson Street Historic District||
|Centered on East Main and Johnson Sts.
|5||Eastside Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Ave. A, Ave. P, E. 12th, & E. 3rd Sts.
|2159 Whitesville Rd., GA 219
|1402 Vernon Rd.
|8||Hawkes Children's Library of West Point||
|100 W. 8th St.
||West Point||Built in 1922.|
|206 Broad St.
|10||H. Frank Jarrell House||
|605 Hill St.
||LaGrange||Also known as "Hill Street House"|
|11||R. M. Jones General Store||
|6926 Whitesville Rd.
||Jones Crossroads||Built by Monroe Jones in 1903, the old rock store has been owned and operated by members of the Avery family since the 1920s.|
|2423 Greenville Rd.
|13||LaGrange Commercial Historic District||
|Courthouse square, -Main St.-Ridley Ave., Bull St.-Church St., Broad and Greenville Sts., Vernon Rd.-LaFayette Pkwy, Haralson St.
||LaGrange||part of the Georgia County Courthouses Thematic Resource (TR)|
|Northwest of La Grange on Liberty Hill Rd. near West Point Lake.
||Houston||The unincorporated community of Houston is also known as "Liberty Hill".|
|15||Long Cane Historic District||
|North of West Point on U.S. 29
|612 Hines St.
||LaGrange||Also known as "The Magnolias"|
|North of Big Springs Rd. near Newsom Cemetery
||LaGrange||Nutwood was designed by architect Collin Rogers and built in 1833 by Joel Dortch Newsom. The house stands on what was then the Newsom family plantation, east of LaGrange.|
|20||Potts Brothers Store||
|East of La Grange at junction of GA 109 and Pattillo Rd.
|22||Riverside Club-Magnolia Club||
|802 1st Ave.
|301 E. Main St.
||Hogansville||Built in the art deco style in 1937, The Royal Theater currently serves as the Hogansville City Hall.|
|South of LaGrange on Bartley Rd.
|25||Stark Mill and Mill Village Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Lincoln, Askew, Church, Keith, and Brazil Sts, Whaley Ave. and the Hogansville city limits
|Northwest of La Grange on Glenn Rd. just south of the Troup/Heard County line.
|27||Troup County Courthouse, Annex, and Jail||
|E. Haralson St.
||LaGrange||Built in 1939, the old Troup County Courthouse is still in use today as the Juvenile Courthouse. The jail behind it was torn down in 2001 when the Troup County Government Center was built. Part of the Georgia County Courthouses TR.|
|28||Nathan Van Boddie House||
|W. of Mountville on GA 109
||Mountville||Built in 1836, the house was designed by neoclassical architect Collin Rogers. The house is dominated by a two-story temple-front Ionic portico with a modillion cornice.|
|29||Vernon Road Historic District||
|Vernon Rd. from Jenkins St. to Forrest Ave. incl. Ferrel Dr., Broad and Carter Sts.
|30||West Point Commercial Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by 4th Ave., 2nd Ave., W. 9th St., and W. 7th St.
|31||West Point Freight Depot||
|305 W. 5th St.
|32||West Point Public School||
|Junction of Ave. F and East 8th St.
|33||Westside Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by W. 10th St., the GA—AL state line, W. 15th St. & the Chattahoochee River
- "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 21, 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.
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