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West Washington Historic District

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Architect  Multiple
Area  40 ha
NRHP Reference #  75000049
Added to NRHP  17 January 1975
West Washington Historic District
Location  Irregular pattern roughly bounded by Main St., Western Ave., W. LaSalle Ave., and McPherson St., South Bend, Indiana
Architectural style  Mixed (more Than 2 Styles From Different Periods)
MPS  Downtown South Bend Historic MRA

The west washington historic district

West Washington Historic District is a national historic district located at South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana. It encompasses 330 contributing buildings in an upper class residential section of South Bend. It developed between about 1854 and 1910, and includes notable examples of Italianate, Greek Revival, and Romanesque Revival style architecture. Located in the district are the separately listed Morey-Lampert House, Oliver Mansion (Copshaholm, 1896) designed by Lamb and Rich, Second St. Joseph County Courthouse, South Bend Remedy Company Building, and Tippecanoe Place. Other notable buildings include the Bartlett House (1850), Birdsell House (1897), DeRhodes House (Avalon Grotto, 1906) designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, Holley House (c. 1860), Kaiser-Schmidt House (c. 1890), Listenberger-Nemeth House (c. 1870), O'Brien House (c. 1920), Oren House (c. 1875), The People's Church (1889), St. Hedwig's Church (c. 1895), St. Patrick's Church (1886), St. Paul's Memorial United Methodist Church (1901), West House (c. 1850), and a rwo of worker's house (c. 1865-1900).

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.


West Washington Historic District Wikipedia

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