Scrabble was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006, with the district extending into Jefferson County. The historic district comprises 62 acres (25 ha) of late 19th century buildings mixed with agricultural lands. The most prominent structures are the 1920 Mount Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church and the 1882 Scrabble School. A number of contemporary I-houses and smaller vernacular houses complete the district. The individually listed George Washington Hollida House is also in the district. The district lies primarily on Scrabble Road and Dam No. 4 Road in Berkeley County, and Silver Spring Road in Jefferson County. The county line is marked by Rocky Marsh Run, which runs through the community.