17 March 1986
| Sampson County MRA|
| Roughly N. Chesnutt, Fayetteville, and Williams Sts. between W. Main and Margaret Sts., Clinton, North Carolina|
Greek Revival, Mixed (more Than 2 Styles From Different Periods)
West Main-North Chesnutt Streets Historic District Wikipedia
West Main-North Chesnutt Streets Historic District is a national historic district located at Clinton, Sampson County, North Carolina. The district encompasses 44 contributing buildings in a predominantly residential section of Clinton. It developed between about 1830 to the early 1930s, and includes notable examples of Greek Revival, Colonial Revival, and Gothic Revival architecture. Notable buildings include the Richard Clinton Holmes House (pre 1826), Amma. F. Johnson House (1868), Dr. William G. Micks House (1851), William Hubbard House (c. 1865), R. H. Hubbard, Sr. House (c. 1870), St. Paul's Episcopal Church (1902), L. C. Graves Presbyterian Church (1908), C. B. Barrus House (1923), the Hathcock-Hobbs House (c. 1925), the Gabe Barbrey House (1932), and the F. L. Turlington House (1937).
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.