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Masonboro Sound Historic District

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NRHP Reference #  92001334
Added to NRHP  22 October 1992
Area  114 ha
Masonboro Sound Historic District
Location  Bounded by Market St., Wallace Park, Gibson Ave., Wrightsville Ave. and S. Eighteenth St., Wilmington, North Carolina
Built  c. 1835 (1835), c. 1870-1942
Architectural style  Late 19th And 20th Century Revivals, Colonial Revival, Italian Renaissance

Masonboro Sound Historic District is a national historic district located near Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina. The district encompasses 22 contributing buildings, 2 contributing sites, 8 contributing structures, and 1 contributing object near Wilmington. The district developed during the 19th and early-20th century and includes notable examples of Italian Renaissance and Colonial Revival style architecture. There are 10 contributing dwellings and 13 contributing outbuildings. Notable dwellings include the Carr-Ormand House (1932), Willard-Sprunt-Woolvin House (1880), Cazaux-Williams-Crow House (Halcyon Hall, 1877, 1880s, 1937), Parsley-Love House (Hickory Hill, 1885, 1912), Live Oaks (1913), Taylor-Bissinger House (1937), the "Doll House" (1924), and Hill-Anderson Cottage (c. 1835).

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.


Masonboro Sound Historic District Wikipedia

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