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National Register of Historic Places listings in Lee County, Florida

Location of Lee County in Florida

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Lee County, Florida.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Lee County, Florida, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a map.[1]

There are 57 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted February 21, 2020. [2]
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Contents: Counties in Florida   (non-linked contain no National Register listings)
Alachua - Baker - Bay - Bradford - Brevard - Broward - Calhoun - Charlotte - Citrus - Clay - Collier - Columbia - DeSoto - Dixie - Duval - Escambia - Flagler - Franklin - Gadsden - Gilchrist - Glades - Gulf - Hamilton - Hardee - Hendry - Hernando - Highlands - Hillsborough - Holmes - Indian River - Jackson - Jefferson - Lafayette - Lake - Lee - Leon - Levy - Liberty - Madison - Manatee - Marion - Martin - Miami-Dade (Miami) - Monroe - Nassau - Okaloosa - Okeechobee - Orange - Osceola - Palm Beach - Pasco - Pinellas - Polk - Putnam - St. Johns - St. Lucie - Santa Rosa - Sarasota - Seminole - Sumter - Suwannee - Taylor - Union - Volusia - Wakulla - Walton - Washington

Current listings [ edit ]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Alderman House December 1, 1988

(#88002690)
2572 First Street

26°38′52″N 81°51′44″W  /  26.647778°N 81.862222°W  / 26.647778; -81.862222  (Alderman House)
Fort Myers
2 Alva Consolidated Schools June 10, 1999

(#99000695)
21291 North River Road

26°42′58″N 81°36′36″W  /  26.716111°N 81.61°W  / 26.716111; -81.61  (Alva Consolidated Schools)
Alva Part of the Lee County MPS
3 Boca Grande Community Center March 30, 1995

(#95000306)
East of Park Avenue, between First and Second Streets

26°44′48″N 82°15′42″W  /  26.746667°N 82.261667°W  / 26.746667; -82.261667  (Boca Grande Community Center)
Boca Grande Part of the Lee County MPS
4 Boca Grande Lighthouse February 28, 1980

(#80000953)
South of Boca Grande on Gasparilla Island

26°44′29″N 82°15′49″W  /  26.741389°N 82.263611°W  / 26.741389; -82.263611  (Boca Grande Lighthouse)
Boca Grande
5 Boca Grande Quarantine Station March 22, 1996

(#96000447)
833 Belcher Road

26°43′10″N 82°15′42″W  /  26.719444°N 82.261667°W  / 26.719444; -82.261667  (Boca Grande Quarantine Station)
Boca Grande Part of the Lee County MPS
6 Bonita Springs School July 8, 1999

(#99000800)
10701 Dean Street

26°20′05″N 81°46′31″W  /  26.334722°N 81.775278°W  / 26.334722; -81.775278  (Bonita Springs School)
Bonita Springs Part of the Lee County MPS
7 Buckingham School February 17, 1989

(#89000011)
Buckingham and Cemetery Roads

26°40′18″N 81°43′57″W  /  26.671667°N 81.7325°W  / 26.671667; -81.7325  (Buckingham School)
Buckingham
8 Cabbage Key Historic District November 12, 2015

(#15000784)
Intracoastal Waterway Marker 60 in Pine Island Sound

26°39′22″N 82°13′25″W  /  26.6560°N 82.2236°W  / 26.6560; -82.2236  (Cabbage Key Historic District)
Pineland
9 Casa Rio October 24, 1996

(#96001186)
2424 McGregor Boulevard

26°38′00″N 81°52′53″W  /  26.633333°N 81.881389°W  / 26.633333; -81.881389  (Casa Rio)
Fort Myers Part of the Lee County MPS
10 Captiva School and Chapel-by-the-Sea Historic District October 23, 2013

(#13000853)
11580 Chapin Ln.

26°31′14″N 82°11′34″W  /  26.520687°N 82.192672°W  / 26.520687; -82.192672  (Captiva School and Chapel-by-the-Sea Historic District)
Captiva
11 Charlotte Harbor and Northern Railway Depot December 13, 1979

(#79000676)
Park and 4th Streets

26°44′27″N 82°15′43″W  /  26.740833°N 82.261944°W  / 26.740833; -82.261944  (Charlotte Harbor and Northern Railway Depot)
Boca Grande
12 Dean Park Historic Residential District May 28, 2013

(#13000319)
Bounded by 1st St., Palm, Michigan & Evans Aves.

26°38′57″N 81°51′30″W  /  26.649146°N 81.858444°W  / 26.649146; -81.858444  (Dean Park Historic Residential District)
Fort Myers
13 Demere Key June 13, 1972

(#72000332)
Off Pine Island[6]

26°35′35″N 82°08′01″W  /  26.5931°N 82.1336°W  / 26.5931; -82.1336  (Demere Key)
Pine Island
14 Downtown Boca Grande Historic District August 24, 2011

(#11000577)
Bounded by Gilchrist Avenue W., 5th Street N., Palm Avenue E., & 3rd Street S.,

26°45′01″N 82°15′39″W  /  26.750278°N 82.260833°W  / 26.750278; -82.260833  (Downtown Boca Grande Historic District)
Boca Grande
15 Paul Lawrence Dunbar School February 24, 1992

(#92000025)
1857 High Street

26°38′34″N 81°51′08″W  /  26.642778°N 81.852222°W  / 26.642778; -81.852222  (Paul Lawrence Dunbar School)
Fort Myers
16 Edison Park Elementary School May 5, 1999

(#99000524)
2401 Euclid Avenue

26°37′57″N 81°52′30″W  /  26.6325°N 81.875°W  / 26.6325; -81.875  (Edison Park Elementary School)
Fort Myers Part of the Lee County MPS
17 Thomas Edison Winter Estate August 12, 1991

(#91001044)
2350 McGregor Boulevard

26°38′03″N 81°52′51″W  /  26.634199°N 81.880776°W  / 26.634199; -81.880776  (Thomas Edison Winter Estate)
Fort Myers
18 J. Colin English School July 8, 1999

(#99000798)
120 Pine Island Road

26°40′56″N 81°53′17″W  /  26.682222°N 81.888056°W  / 26.682222; -81.888056  (J. Colin English School)
North Fort Myers Part of the Lee County MPS
19 First Baptist Church of Boca Grande December 2, 2009

(#09000962)
421 4th Street West

26°45′03″N 82°15′46″W  /  26.750758°N 82.26275°W  / 26.750758; -82.26275  (First Baptist Church of Boca Grande)
Boca Grande
20 Fish Cabin at White Rock Shoals April 11, 1991

(#91000398)
West of Pine Island in Pine Island Sound

26°32′41″N 82°07′19″W  /  26.544722°N 82.121944°W  / 26.544722; -82.121944  (Fish Cabin at White Rock Shoals)
St. James City Part of the Fish Cabins of Charlotte Harbor MPS
21 Henry Ford Estate September 8, 1988

(#88001822)
2400 McGregor Boulevard

26°38′01″N 81°52′52″W  /  26.633625°N 81.881221°W  / 26.633625; -81.881221  (Henry Ford Estate)
Fort Myers
22 Fort Myers Beach School July 8, 1999

(#99000796)
2751 Oak Street

26°26′54″N 81°56′20″W  /  26.448333°N 81.938889°W  / 26.448333; -81.938889  (Fort Myers Beach School)
Fort Myers Beach Part of the Lee County MPS
23 Fort Myers Downtown Commercial District January 26, 1990

(#89002325)
Roughly bounded by Bay and Lee Streets, Anderson Avenue, and Monroe Street

26°38′38″N 81°52′06″W  /  26.643889°N 81.868333°W  / 26.643889; -81.868333  (Fort Myers Downtown Commercial District)
Fort Myers
24 Galt Island Archeological District May 21, 1996

(#96000531)
Address Restricted

26°30′58″N 82°06′23″W  /  26.516111°N 82.106389°W  / 26.516111; -82.106389  (Galt Island Archeological District)
St. James City Part of the Archeological Resources of the Caloosahatchee Region MPS
25 Gasparilla Inn Historic District March 18, 2008

(#08000205)
500 Palm Avenue

26°45′08″N 82°15′39″W  /  26.752222°N 82.260833°W  / 26.752222; -82.260833  (Gasparilla Inn Historic District)
Boca Grande
26 Gilmer Heitman House September 27, 1996

(#96001033)
2581 1st Street

26°38′55″N 81°51′46″W  /  26.648611°N 81.862778°W  / 26.648611; -81.862778  (Gilmer Heitman House)
Fort Myers Part of the Lee County MPS
27 Hendrickson Fish Cabin at Captiva Rocks April 11, 1991

(#91000402)
West of Little Wood Key in Pine Island Sound

26°37′42″N 82°11′29″W  /  26.628333°N 82.191389°W  / 26.628333; -82.191389  (Hendrickson Fish Cabin at Captiva Rocks)
Bokeelia Part of the Fish Cabins of Charlotte Harbor MPS
28 Ice House at Captiva Rocks April 11, 1991

(#91000407)
Southwest of Little Wood Key in Pine Island Sound

26°37′35″N 82°11′07″W  /  26.626389°N 82.185278°W  / 26.626389; -82.185278  (Ice House at Captiva Rocks)
Bokeelia Part of the Fish Cabins of Charlotte Harbor MPS
29 Ice House at Point Blanco April 11, 1991

(#91000408)
Southeast of Point Blanco Island in Pine Island Sound

26°40′30″N 82°13′31″W  /  26.675°N 82.225278°W  / 26.675; -82.225278  (Ice House at Point Blanco)
Bokeelia Part of the Fish Cabins of Charlotte Harbor MPS
30 Jewett-Thompson House September 29, 1988

(#88001708)
1141 Wales Drive

26°36′33″N 81°53′28″W  /  26.609167°N 81.891111°W  / 26.609167; -81.891111  (Jewett-Thompson House)
Fort Myers
31 Josslyn Island Site December 14, 1978

(#78000948)
Address Restricted

26°37′31″N 82°09′09″W  /  26.625278°N 82.1525°W  / 26.625278; -82.1525  (Josslyn Island Site)
Pineland Part of the Archeological Resources of the Caloosahatchee Region MPS
32 Journey's End March 14, 1985

(#85000554)
Beachfront at 18th Street

26°45′44″N 82°15′57″W  /  26.762222°N 82.265833°W  / 26.762222; -82.265833  (Journey's End)
Boca Grande
33 Koreshan Unity Settlement Historic District May 4, 1976

(#76000599)
U.S. Route 41 at the Estero River

26°26′02″N 81°48′43″W  /  26.433889°N 81.811944°W  / 26.433889; -81.811944  (Koreshan Unity Settlement Historic District)
Estero
34 Larsen Fish Cabin at Captiva Rocks April 11, 1991

(#91000404)
West of Little Wood Key in Pine Island Sound

26°37′46″N 82°11′29″W  /  26.629444°N 82.191389°W  / 26.629444; -82.191389  (Larsen Fish Cabin at Captiva Rocks)
Bokeelia Part of the Fish Cabins of Charlotte Harbor MPS
35 Lee County Courthouse March 16, 1989

(#89000196)
2120 Main Street

26°38′31″N 81°52′14″W  /  26.641944°N 81.870556°W  / 26.641944; -81.870556  (Lee County Courthouse)
Fort Myers
36 Leneer Fish Cabin at Captiva Rocks April 11, 1991

(#91000403)
West of Little Wood Key in Pine Island Sound

26°37′38″N 82°11′25″W  /  26.627222°N 82.190278°W  / 26.627222; -82.190278  (Leneer Fish Cabin at Captiva Rocks)
Bokeelia Part of the Fish Cabins of Charlotte Harbor MPS
37 Halstead and Emily Lindsley House August 4, 2011

(#11000502)
1300 West 13th Street

26°45′31″N 82°15′53″W  /  26.758611°N 82.264722°W  / 26.758611; -82.264722  (Halstead and Emily Lindsley House)
Boca Grande
38 Menge-Hansen Marine Ways September 2, 2009

(#09000670)
5605 Palm Beach Boulevard

26°41′16″N 81°47′35″W  /  26.687778°N 81.793056°W  / 26.687778; -81.793056  (Menge-Hansen Marine Ways)
Fort Myers
39 Mound House March 22, 2019

(#100002723)
451 Connecticut St.

26°26′46″N 81°55′40″W  /  26.4461°N 81.9279°W  / 26.4461; -81.9279  (Mound House)
Fort Myers Beach
40 Mound Key Site August 12, 1970

(#70000187)
Address Restricted

26°25′20″N 81°51′55″W  /  26.422222°N 81.865278°W  / 26.422222; -81.865278  (Mound Key Site)
Fort Myers Beach Part of the Archeological Resources of the Caloosahatchee Region MPS
41 Murphy-Burroughs House August 1, 1984

(#84000898)
2505 1st Street

26°38′49″N 81°51′57″W  /  26.646944°N 81.865833°W  / 26.646944; -81.865833  (Murphy-Burroughs House)
Fort Myers
42 Norton Fish Cabin at Captiva Rocks April 11, 1991

(#91000405)
West of Little Wood Key in Pine Island Sound

26°37′47″N 82°11′32″W  /  26.629722°N 82.192222°W  / 26.629722; -82.192222  (Norton Fish Cabin at Captiva Rocks)
Bokeelia Part of the Fish Cabins of Charlotte Harbor MPS
43 Olga School April 27, 1995

(#95000509)
South Olga Road

26°43′03″N 81°42′47″W  /  26.7175°N 81.713056°W  / 26.7175; -81.713056  (Olga School)
Olga Part of the Lee County MPS
44 Mark Pardo Shellworks Site May 21, 1996

(#96000533)
Address Restricted

Bokeelia Part of the Archeological Resources of the Caloosahatchee Region MPS
45 Pine--Aire Lodge October 8, 2014

(#14000826)
13771 Waterfront Dr.

26°39′41″N 82°09′16″W  /  26.661342°N 82.154357°W  / 26.661342; -82.154357  (Pine--Aire Lodge)
Bokeelia
46 Pineland Archeological District November 27, 1973

(#73000583)
Address Restricted

Pineland Part of the Archeological Resources of the Caloosahatchee Region MPS
47 Punta Gorda Fish Company Cabin December 18, 2003

(#03001289)
Pine Island Sound

26°37′41″N 82°11′26″W  /  26.628056°N 82.190556°W  / 26.628056; -82.190556  (Punta Gorda Fish Company Cabin)
Bokeelia Part of the Fish Cabins of Charlotte Harbor MPS
48 Punta Gorda Fish Company Ice House April 20, 1989

(#89000320)
Northern shore of the entrance to Safety Harbor

26°35′56″N 82°12′49″W  /  26.598889°N 82.213611°W  / 26.598889; -82.213611  (Punta Gorda Fish Company Ice House)
North Captiva Island
49 Sanibel Colored School July 8, 1999

(#99000797)
520 Tarpon Bay Road

26°26′21″N 82°03′53″W  /  26.439167°N 82.064722°W  / 26.439167; -82.064722  (Sanibel Colored School)
Sanibel Part of the Lee County MPS
50 Sanibel Lighthouse and Keeper's Quarters October 1, 1974

(#74000648)
Point Ybel on Sanibel Island

26°27′10″N 82°00′51″W  /  26.452778°N 82.014167°W  / 26.452778; -82.014167  (Sanibel Lighthouse and Keeper's Quarters)
Sanibel
51 Terry Park Ballfield June 20, 1995

(#95000730)
3410 Palm Beach Boulevard

26°39′25″N 81°50′31″W  /  26.656944°N 81.841944°W  / 26.656944; -81.841944  (Terry Park Ballfield)
Fort Myers Part of the Lee County MPS
52 Tice Grammar School July 8, 1999

(#99000799)
4524 Tice Street

26°40′12″N 81°49′15″W  /  26.67°N 81.820833°W  / 26.67; -81.820833  (Tice Grammar School)
Tice Part of the Lee County MPS
53 William H. Towles House May 29, 2008

(#08000463)
2050 McGregor Boulevard

26°38′22″N 81°52′28″W  /  26.639444°N 81.874333°W  / 26.639444; -81.874333  (William H. Towles House)
Fort Myers
54 Tween Waters Inn Historic District December 15, 2011

(#11000904)
15951 Captiva Drive

26°30′37″N 82°11′25″W  /  26.510269°N 82.190287°W  / 26.510269; -82.190287  (Tween Waters Inn Historic District)
Captiva Part of the Lee County MPS
55 Useppa Island Site May 21, 1996

(#96000532)
Address Restricted

Bokeelia Part of the Archeological Resources of the Caloosahatchee Region MPS
56 Whidden Fish Cabin at Captiva Rocks April 11, 1991

(#91000406)
West of Little Wood Key in Pine Island Sound

26°37′35″N 82°11′24″W  /  26.626389°N 82.19°W  / 26.626389; -82.19  (Whidden Fish Cabin at Captiva Rocks)
Bokeelia Part of the Fish Cabins of Charlotte Harbor MPS
57 Whidden's Marina December 28, 2000

(#00001539)
190 First Street East

26°44′44″N 82°15′26″W  /  26.745556°N 82.257222°W  / 26.745556; -82.257222  (Whidden's Marina)
Boca Grande Part of the Lee County MPS

See also [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on February 21, 2020.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ Location derived from its GNIS feature record; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
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