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National Register of Historic Places listings in Leon County, Florida

Location of Leon County in Florida

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

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Leon 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 69 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 1 National Historic Landmark. Another 3 properties were once listed, but have since been delisted.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 3, 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 (Tampa) - 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 Averitt-Winchester House November 15, 1996

(#96001336)
Western side of State Road 59, south of its junction with Moccasin Gap-Cromartie Road

30°35′33″N 84°02′31″W  /  30.5925°N 84.041944°W  / 30.5925; -84.041944  (Averitt-Winchester House)
Miccosukee
2 Bannerman Plantation June 6, 2002

(#02000606)
13426 Meridian Road North

30°38′42″N 84°16′44″W  /  30.645°N 84.278889°W  / 30.645; -84.278889  (Bannerman Plantation)
Tallahassee Part of the Rural Resources of Leon County MPS
3 Bellevue March 11, 1971

(#71000238)
Southwest of Tallahassee off State Road 371

30°24′45″N 84°20′41″W  /  30.4125°N 84.344722°W  / 30.4125; -84.344722  (Bellevue)
Tallahassee
4 Billingsley Farm September 5, 2007

(#07000897)
3640 Oakhurst Lane

30°31′00″N 84°04′29″W  /  30.516583°N 84.074722°W  / 30.516583; -84.074722  (Billingsley Farm)
Tallahassee
5 Blackwood-Harwood Plantations Cemetery October 6, 1999

(#99000712)
Northeast of the junction of State Road 263 and Interstate 10

30°29′13″N 84°21′01″W  /  30.486944°N 84.350278°W  / 30.486944; -84.350278  (Blackwood-Harwood Plantations Cemetery)
Tallahassee
6 Bradley's Country Store April 12, 1984

(#84000902)
Moccasin Gap Road

30°35′27″N 84°07′31″W  /  30.590833°N 84.125278°W  / 30.590833; -84.125278  (Bradley's Country Store)
Tallahassee
7 Caroline Brevard Grammar School December 17, 1987

(#87002151)
727 South Calhoun Street

30°26′09″N 84°16′45″W  /  30.435833°N 84.279167°W  / 30.435833; -84.279167  (Caroline Brevard Grammar School)
Tallahassee
8 Brokaw-McDougall House July 24, 1972

(#72000333)
329 North Meridian Road

30°26′44″N 84°16′35″W  /  30.445556°N 84.276389°W  / 30.445556; -84.276389  (Brokaw-McDougall House)
Tallahassee
9 Calhoun Street Historic District October 24, 1979

(#79000677)
U.S. Route 90 and State Road 61

30°26′47″N 84°16′44″W  /  30.446389°N 84.278889°W  / 30.446389; -84.278889  (Calhoun Street Historic District)
Tallahassee
10 Carnegie Library November 17, 1978

(#78000949)
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University campus

30°25′39″N 84°17′11″W  /  30.4275°N 84.286389°W  / 30.4275; -84.286389  (Carnegie Library)
Tallahassee
11 Cascades Park May 12, 1971

(#71000239)
Bounded roughly by the Apalachee Parkway, Bloxham, Suwanee, Munroe, and Meridian Streets, and state property line

30°26′08″N 84°16′38″W  /  30.435556°N 84.277222°W  / 30.435556; -84.277222  (Cascades Park)
Tallahassee
12 Chaires Community Historic District December 13, 2000

(#00001502)
Roughly along Chaires Cross Road, Road to the Lake, and Hancock Street

30°26′12″N 84°07′09″W  /  30.436667°N 84.119167°W  / 30.436667; -84.119167  (Chaires Community Historic District)
Chaires
13 Flavius C. Coles Farmhouse January 7, 1992

(#91001911)
411 Oakland Avenue

30°25′52″N 84°16′41″W  /  30.431111°N 84.278056°W  / 30.431111; -84.278056  (Flavius C. Coles Farmhouse)
Tallahassee
14 The Columns May 21, 1975

(#75000561)
100 North Duval Street

30°26′32″N 84°17′00″W  /  30.442222°N 84.283333°W  / 30.442222; -84.283333  (The Columns)
Tallahassee
15 Covington House September 7, 1989

(#89001386)
328 Cortez Street

30°27′42″N 84°16′30″W  /  30.461667°N 84.275°W  / 30.461667; -84.275  (Covington House)
Tallahassee
16 Escambe May 14, 1971

(#71000240)
Address Restricted

Tallahassee
17 Exchange Bank Building November 29, 1984

(#84000262)
201 South Monroe Street

30°26′25″N 84°16′50″W  /  30.440278°N 84.280556°W  / 30.440278; -84.280556  (Exchange Bank Building)
Tallahassee
18 Fire Station No. 2 February 14, 2017

(#100000642)
224 E. 6th St.

30°27′23″N 84°16′48″W  /  30.456367°N 84.279901°W  / 30.456367; -84.279901  (Fire Station No. 2)
Tallahassee
19 First Presbyterian Church September 9, 1974

(#74000649)
102 North Adams Street

30°26′32″N 84°16′57″W  /  30.442222°N 84.2825°W  / 30.442222; -84.2825  (First Presbyterian Church)
Tallahassee
20 Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College Historic District May 9, 1996

(#96000530)
Roughly, Martin Luther King Boulevard from South Adams Street to Wahnish Way

30°25′37″N 84°17′07″W  /  30.426944°N 84.285278°W  / 30.426944; -84.285278  (Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College Historic District)
Tallahassee
21 Florida Governor's Mansion July 20, 2006

(#06000618)
700 North Adams Street

30°26′59″N 84°16′57″W  /  30.449722°N 84.2825°W  / 30.449722; -84.2825  (Florida Governor's Mansion)
Tallahassee
22 Florida State Capitol May 7, 1973

(#73000584)
South Monroe Street

30°26′16″N 84°16′53″W  /  30.437778°N 84.281389°W  / 30.437778; -84.281389  (Florida State Capitol)
Tallahassee
23 Gaither House May 18, 2016

(#16000268)
212 Young St.

30°25′22″N 84°17′01″W  /  30.422710°N 84.283539°W  / 30.422710; -84.283539  (Gaither House)
Tallahassee
24 Gallie's Hall and Buildings October 20, 1980

(#80000954)
Off State Road 61

30°26′23″N 84°16′55″W  /  30.439722°N 84.281944°W  / 30.439722; -84.281944  (Gallie's Hall and Buildings)
Tallahassee
25 Goodwood June 30, 1972

(#72000334)
1500 Miccosukee Road

30°27′29″N 84°15′28″W  /  30.458056°N 84.257778°W  / 30.458056; -84.257778  (Goodwood)
Tallahassee
26 Greene-Lewis House June 11, 1998

(#98000677)
535 West College Avenue

30°26′N 84°17′W  /  30.44°N 84.29°W  / 30.44; -84.29  (Greene-Lewis House)
Tallahassee
27 Greenwood Cemetery June 5, 2003

(#03000510)
Old Bainbridge Road

30°27′37″N 84°17′43″W  /  30.460278°N 84.295278°W  / 30.460278; -84.295278  (Greenwood Cemetery)
Tallahassee
28 The Grove June 13, 1972

(#72000335)
Adams Street and 1st Avenue

30°27′01″N 84°16′55″W  /  30.450278°N 84.281944°W  / 30.450278; -84.281944  (The Grove)
Tallahassee Boundary increase approved April 25, 2019
29 Jacksonville, Pensacola and Mobile Railroad Company Freight Depot December 30, 1997

(#97001589)
918 Railroad Avenue

30°25′59″N 84°17′26″W  /  30.433056°N 84.290556°W  / 30.433056; -84.290556  (Jacksonville, Pensacola and Mobile Railroad Company Freight Depot)
Tallahassee
30 Killearn Plantation Archeological and Historic District August 16, 2002

(#02000836)
3540 Thomasville Road

30°31′08″N 84°15′04″W  /  30.518889°N 84.251111°W  / 30.518889; -84.251111  (Killearn Plantation Archeological and Historic District)
Tallahassee
31 Lake Jackson Mounds May 6, 1971

(#71000241)
Address Restricted

30°30′00″N 84°18′49″W  /  30.5°N 84.313611°W  / 30.5; -84.313611  (Lake Jackson Mounds)
Tallahassee
32 Leon County Health Unit Building January 29, 2018

(#100002023)
325 E Gaines St.

30°26′08″N 84°16′43″W  /  30.435500°N 84.278492°W  / 30.435500; -84.278492  (Leon County Health Unit Building)
Tallahassee
33 Leon High School September 21, 1993

(#93000982)
550 East Tennessee Street

30°26′41″N 84°16′29″W  /  30.444861°N 84.274722°W  / 30.444861; -84.274722  (Leon High School)
Tallahassee
34 Lewis House February 14, 1979

(#79000679)
North of Tallahassee at 3117 Okeeheepkee Road

30°29′24″N 84°18′46″W  /  30.49010°N 84.31272°W  / 30.49010; -84.31272  (Lewis House)
Tallahassee
35 Lichgate on High Road March 31, 2006

(#06000211)
1401 High Road

30°27′39″N 84°18′49″W  /  30.460833°N 84.313611°W  / 30.460833; -84.313611  (Lichgate on High Road)
Tallahassee
36 Los Robles Gate September 21, 1989

(#89001480)
Thomasville and Meridian Roads

30°27′30″N 84°16′37″W  /  30.458333°N 84.276944°W  / 30.458333; -84.276944  (Los Robles Gate)
Tallahassee
37 Los Robles Historic District November 12, 2014

(#14000902)
Roughly bounded by Thomasville Rd., North Meridian Rd. and the rear lot lines of properties facing Desoto St.

30°27′41″N 84°16′33″W  /  30.461443°N 84.275816°W  / 30.461443; -84.275816  (Los Robles Historic District)
Tallahassee
38 Magnolia Heights Historic District June 29, 1984

(#84000906)
701-1005 East Park Avenue and Cadiz Street

30°26′30″N 84°16′06″W  /  30.441667°N 84.268333°W  / 30.441667; -84.268333  (Magnolia Heights Historic District)
Tallahassee
39 Gov. John W. Martin House January 6, 1986

(#86000024)
1001 Governor's Drive

30°26′06″N 84°15′50″W  /  30.435°N 84.263889°W  / 30.435; -84.263889  (Gov. John W. Martin House)
Tallahassee
40 Meridian Road March 20, 2013

(#13000081)
Roughly John Hancock Dr. to Georgia State Line

30°36′13″N 84°17′49″W  /  30.60364°N 84.297066°W  / 30.60364; -84.297066  (Meridian Road)
Tallahassee
41 Miccosukee Methodist Church June 28, 1996

(#96000695)
County Road 59, south of junction with State Road 151

30°35′36″N 84°02′28″W  /  30.593333°N 84.041111°W  / 30.593333; -84.041111  (Miccosukee Methodist Church)
Miccosukee
42 Natural Bridge Battlefield September 29, 1970

(#70000188)
East of Woodville off U.S. Route 319

30°17′02″N 84°09′07″W  /  30.283889°N 84.151944°W  / 30.283889; -84.151944  (Natural Bridge Battlefield)
Woodville
43 Old City Waterworks January 31, 1979

(#79000680)
East Gaines and South Gadsden Streets

30°26′08″N 84°16′41″W  /  30.435556°N 84.278056°W  / 30.435556; -84.278056  (Old City Waterworks)
Tallahassee
44 Old Fort Braden School April 14, 1994

(#94000347)
Jackson Bluff Road, 18 miles west of Tallahassee

30°25′32″N 84°32′05″W  /  30.425556°N 84.534722°W  / 30.425556; -84.534722  (Old Fort Braden School)
Tallahassee
45 Park Avenue Historic District October 24, 1979

(#79000681)
Park Avenue and Call Street

30°26′34″N 84°16′55″W  /  30.442778°N 84.281944°W  / 30.442778; -84.281944  (Park Avenue Historic District)
Tallahassee
46 Pisgah United Methodist Church May 3, 1974

(#74000650)
North of Tallahassee, southeast of State Road 151

30°33′05″N 84°09′49″W  /  30.551389°N 84.163611°W  / 30.551389; -84.163611  (Pisgah United Methodist Church)
Tallahassee
47 John Gilmore Riley House August 1, 1978

(#78000950)
419 East Jefferson Street

30°26′21″N 84°16′39″W  /  30.439167°N 84.2775°W  / 30.439167; -84.2775  (John Gilmore Riley House)
Tallahassee
48 Roberts Farm Historic and Archeological District November 2, 1995

(#95001186)
Roberts Road, 1 mile east of Centerville Road

30°32′00″N 84°09′27″W  /  30.533333°N 84.1575°W  / 30.533333; -84.1575  (Roberts Farm Historic and Archeological District)
Tallahassee Part of the Rural Resources of Leon County MPS
49 Rollins House December 31, 2001

(#01001415)
5456 Rollins Pointe

30°32′35″N 84°19′41″W  /  30.543056°N 84.328056°W  / 30.543056; -84.328056  (Rollins House)
Tallahassee
50 Ruge Hall August 1, 1997

(#97000838)
655 West Jefferson Street

30°26′21″N 84°17′35″W  /  30.439167°N 84.293056°W  / 30.439167; -84.293056  (Ruge Hall)
Tallahassee
51 St. John's Episcopal Church August 10, 1978

(#78000951)
211 North Monroe Street

30°26′37″N 84°16′49″W  /  30.443611°N 84.280278°W  / 30.443611; -84.280278  (St. John's Episcopal Church)
Tallahassee
52 San Luis de Apalache October 15, 1966

(#66000266)
2 miles west of Tallahassee

30°27′04″N 84°19′11″W  /  30.451111°N 84.319722°W  / 30.451111; -84.319722  (San Luis de Apalache)
Tallahassee
53 San Pedro y San Pablo de Patale June 26, 1972

(#72000336)
6 miles east of Tallahassee

30°28′04″N 84°09′00″W  /  30.467778°N 84.150121°W  / 30.467778; -84.150121  (San Pedro y San Pablo de Patale)
Tallahassee
54 Smoky Hollow Historic District October 27, 2000

(#00001199)
Roughly bounded by East Lafayette Street, the CSX railroad tracks, Myers Park, and Myers Park Lane

30°26′11″N 84°16′19″W  /  30.436389°N 84.271944°W  / 30.436389; -84.271944  (Smoky Hollow Historic District)
Tallahassee
55 Sollner-Wall House October 9, 2012

(#12000839)
2235 Chaires Cross Road

30°28′27″N 84°07′33″W  /  30.474165°N 84.125730°W  / 30.474165; -84.125730  (Sollner-Wall House)
Tallahassee
56 Strickland-Herold House January 9, 1997

(#96001523)
Main Street, northwest of the junction of Moccasin Gap Road and State Road 59

30°35′39″N 84°02′48″W  /  30.594167°N 84.046667°W  / 30.594167; -84.046667  (Strickland-Herold House)
Miccosukee
57 Strickland School November 12, 2014

(#14000903)
14735 Beth Page Rd.

30°40′06″N 84°10′52″W  /  30.668375°N 84.1811309°W  / 30.668375; -84.1811309  (Strickland School)
Tallahassee
58 Tall Timbers Plantation April 7, 1989

(#89000240)
County Road 12, 3 miles west of U.S. Route 319

30°39′23″N 84°12′32″W  /  30.6565°N 84.20875°W  / 30.6565; -84.20875  (Tall Timbers Plantation)
Tallahassee
59 Tallahassee Historic District Zones I And II October 26, 1972

(#72000337)
Calhoun Street between Georgia and Tennessee Streets and East Park Avenue between Gadsden and Calhoun Streets

30°26′46″N 84°16′46″W  /  30.446111°N 84.279444°W  / 30.446111; -84.279444  (Tallahassee Historic District Zones I And II)
Tallahassee
60 Taylor House April 6, 2015

(#15000127)
442 W. Georgia St.

30°26′53″N 84°17′15″W  /  30.4480°N 84.2874°W  / 30.4480; -84.2874  (Taylor House)
Tallahassee
61 Tookes House January 26, 2001

(#01000004)
412 West Virginia Avenue

30°26′44″N 84°17′11″W  /  30.445556°N 84.286389°W  / 30.445556; -84.286389  (Tookes House)
Tallahassee
62 Union Bank February 24, 1971

(#71000242)
Apalachee Parkway and Calhoun Street

30°26′15″N 84°16′48″W  /  30.4375°N 84.28°W  / 30.4375; -84.28  (Union Bank)
Tallahassee
63 Van Brunt House February 27, 1997

(#97000162)
State Road 59, north of its junction with Moccasin Gap Road

30°35′47″N 84°02′29″W  /  30.596389°N 84.041389°W  / 30.596389; -84.041389  (Van Brunt House)
Miccosukee
64 Wahnish Cigar Factory and Tobacco Warehouse August 1, 2018

(#100002725)
469 St. Francis Street

30°26′04″N 84°17′18″W  /  30.4344°N 84.2884°W  / 30.4344; -84.2884  (Wahnish Cigar Factory and Tobacco Warehouse)
Tallahassee
65 David S. Walker Library June 22, 1976

(#76000600)
209 East Park Avenue

30°26′29″N 84°16′49″W  /  30.441389°N 84.280278°W  / 30.441389; -84.280278  (David S. Walker Library)
Tallahassee
66 Williams House April 4, 1996

(#96000360)
450 Saint Francis Street

30°26′04″N 84°17′17″W  /  30.434444°N 84.288056°W  / 30.434444; -84.288056  (Williams House)
Tallahassee
67 Winterle House February 17, 1998

(#98000082)
1111 Paul Russell Road

30°24′17″N 84°15′57″W  /  30.404722°N 84.265833°W  / 30.404722; -84.265833  (Winterle House)
Tallahassee
68 Woman's Club of Tallahassee November 18, 1987

(#87002046)
1513 Cristobal Drive

30°27′38″N 84°16′32″W  /  30.460556°N 84.275556°W  / 30.460556; -84.275556  (Woman's Club of Tallahassee)
Tallahassee
69 Woman's Working Band House October 20, 2010

(#10000848)
648 W. Brevard St.

30°26′57″N 84°17′34″W  /  30.449167°N 84.292778°W  / 30.449167; -84.292778  (Woman's Working Band House)
Tallahassee

Former listings [ edit ]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Hotel Floridan July 20, 1979

(#84000272)
June 2, 1982 204 N. Monroe St.

Tallahassee Demolished in 1985.[6]
2 Johnson-Caldwell House July 20, 1979

(#79000678)
June 12, 1989 Old Bainbridge Rd.

Tallahassee Moved to FSU campus in 1986[7]
3 Works Progress Administration Building January 29, 2018

(#100002025)
July 24, 2018 319 East Gaines Street

30°26′08″N 84°16′44″W  /  30.435500°N 84.278813°W  / 30.435500; -84.278813  (Works Progress Administration Building)
Tallahassee Demolished two months after listing for Cascades development project[8]

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 April 3, 2020.
  3. ^ a b 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. ^ "Demolition of the Floridan hotel - Tallahassee, Florida". Florida Memory, Florida Division of Library & Information Services. 1985. Retrieved 25 December 2019.
  7. ^ Miller, Katie. "Research Guides : The Village Green at FSU Law: The Caldwell House". guides.law.fsu.edu. Retrieved 25 December 2019.
  8. ^ Flanigan, Tom (14 March 2018). "Trees Fall As Part Of Cascades Development". news.wjct.org. Retrieved 25 December 2019.
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