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Anneslie Historic District

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NRHP Reference #  12000097
Added to NRHP  12 March 2012
Area  48 ha
Anneslie Historic District
Location  Roughly bounded by York, Maplewood, & Windwood Rds., & Regester Ave., Towson, Maryland
Architectural style  Tudor Revival; Colonial Revival; Cape Cod; Foursquare; Bungalow

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The Anneslie Historic District encompasses a residential area just north of the city line of Baltimore, Maryland in Towson. It is a grid of five streets extending eastward from York Avenue and south from Regester Avenue. The area was platted out in 1922 and mostly built out by the 1950s. Properties in the northern section of the district, on Regester Avenue, Murdock, Anneslie, and Dunkirk Roads, were built in the 1920s and 1930s, in Bungalow, Foursquare, and cottage styles, while the streets further south were built out primarily with Cape, Tudor, and Colonial style houses. The district is located between Stoneleigh, which features larger lots and more generously proportioned houses, and the brick rowhouses of Rodgers Forge to the west. The district takes its name from Anneslie estate, whose house still stands in the district.

The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2012.


Anneslie Historic District Wikipedia

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