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Middlebourne Historic District

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Built  1812
NRHP Reference #  93000613
Area  20 ha
Architect  Multiple
Opened  1812
Added to NRHP  9 July 1993
Middlebourne Historic District
Location  Main, East, and Dodd Sts., Middlebourne, West Virginia
Architectural style  Classical Revival, Queen Anne, Federal

Middlebourne Historic District is a national historic district located at Middlebourne, Tyler County, West Virginia. It encompasses 88 contributing buildings that include the civic, commercial, and residential core of Middlebourne. Most of the buildings in the district date from the late-19th and early-20th century in popular architectural styles, such as Queen Anne and Classical Revival. The two oldest are the Federal-style Quinif House (1805) and Gorrell-Wetzel House (1807). Other notable buildings include the Tyler County High School (1907), First National Bank (1902), Smith's Drug Store (c. 1890), Nadene Theater (c. 1920), The Powell-Shore House (c. 1898-99; the town's best example of Queen Anne Architecture), the Weekley House (c. 1905), the Huth-Fletcher House (1895), and United Methodist Church and Parsonage (1910). Also located in the district is the separately listed Tyler County Courthouse and Jail (1854, 1874, 1922).

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.


Middlebourne Historic District Wikipedia

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