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Ashland Place Historic District (Mobile, Alabama)

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Location  Mobile, Alabama
NRHP Reference #  87000935
Area  16 ha
Built  1907
Opened  1907
Added to NRHP  23 June 1987
Ashland Place Historic District (Mobile, Alabama)
Architectural style  Tudor Revival architecture
Similar  Washington Firehouse No 5, Carlen House, Mobile City Hospital, United States Marine H, St Louis Street Missionar

The Ashland Place Historic District is a historic district in the city of Mobile, Alabama, United States. The neighborhood gained its name from a Greek Revival antebellum house called Ashland that once stood on Lanier Avenue. Ashland was famous as the home of Augusta Evans Wilson. The house burned in 1926. The Ashland Place Historic District was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on June 23, 1987. It is roughly bounded by Spring Hill Avenue, Ryan Avenue, Old Shell Road, and Levert Avenue. The district covers 400 acres (1.6 km2) and contains 93 contributing buildings. The majority of the buildings date to the early 20th century and cover a variety of historical architectural styles ranging from late Victorian to the Craftsman styles.


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