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National Register of Historic Places listings in Orange County, Florida

Location of Orange County in Florida

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

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Orange 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 an online map.[1]

There are 55 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county. Another 2 properties were once listed but have been removed.

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 1890 Windermere School June 5, 2003

(#03000509)
113 West Seventh Avenue

28°29′35″N 81°32′07″W  /  28.493056°N 81.535278°W  / 28.493056; -81.535278  (1890 Windermere School)
Windermere
2 All Saints Episcopal Church January 7, 2000

(#99001647)
338 East Lyman Avenue

28°35′40″N 81°20′55″W  /  28.594444°N 81.348611°W  / 28.594444; -81.348611  (All Saints Episcopal Church)
Winter Park
3 Apopka Seaboard Air Line Railway Depot March 15, 1993

(#93000134)
36 East Station Street

28°40′11″N 81°30′39″W  /  28.669722°N 81.510833°W  / 28.669722; -81.510833  (Apopka Seaboard Air Line Railway Depot)
Apopka
4 S. Howard Atha House September 2, 2009

(#09000672)
1101 West Princeton Street

28°34′17″N 81°23′41″W  /  28.571389°N 81.394722°W  / 28.571389; -81.394722  (S. Howard Atha House)
Orlando
5 Robert Bruce Barbour House December 31, 2008

(#08001244)
656 Park Avenue North

28°36′10″N 81°21′04″W  /  28.602667°N 81.351056°W  / 28.602667; -81.351056  (Robert Bruce Barbour House)
Winter Park
6 Edward Hill Brewer House April 22, 1982

(#82002378)
240 Trismen Terrace

28°36′03″N 81°20′33″W  /  28.600833°N 81.3425°W  / 28.600833; -81.3425  (Edward Hill Brewer House)
Winter Park
7 J. J. Bridges House January 26, 1984

(#84000932)
704 South Kuhl Avenue

28°31′59″N 81°22′38″W  /  28.533056°N 81.377222°W  / 28.533056; -81.377222  (J. J. Bridges House)
Orlando
8 Carroll Building March 4, 1993

(#93000135)
407-409 South Park Avenue

28°40′17″N 81°30′34″W  /  28.671389°N 81.509444°W  / 28.671389; -81.509444  (Carroll Building)
Apopka
9 Church of the Good Shepherd March 28, 2011

(#11000144)
331 Lake Avenue

28°37′11″N 81°22′05″W  /  28.619722°N 81.368056°W  / 28.619722; -81.368056  (Church of the Good Shepherd)
Maitland part of the Florida's Carpenter Gothic Churches MPS
10 Comstock-Harris House January 13, 1983

(#83001432)
724 Bonita Drive

28°36′19″N 81°20′08″W  /  28.605278°N 81.335556°W  / 28.605278; -81.335556  (Comstock-Harris House)
Winter Park
11 Downtown Winter Park Historic District May 3, 2011

(#11000158)
Roughly Canton Ave, Center St, Comstock Ave, New York Ave,

28°35′50″N 81°21′07″W  /  28.597222°N 81.351944°W  / 28.597222; -81.351944  (Downtown Winter Park Historic District)
Winter Park
12 Eatonville Historic District February 3, 1998

(#97001214)
Roughly bounded by Wymore Road, Eaton Street, Fords and East Avenues, and Ruffel and Clark Streets

28°37′04″N 81°22′52″W  /  28.617778°N 81.381111°W  / 28.617778; -81.381111  (Eatonville Historic District)
Eatonville
13 First Church of Christ Scientist June 3, 1980

(#80000956)
24 North Rosalind Avenue

28°32′34″N 81°22′35″W  /  28.542778°N 81.376389°W  / 28.542778; -81.376389  (First Church of Christ Scientist)
Orlando
14 Gary-Morgan House March 2, 2015

(#15000062)
1041 Osceola Ave.

28°35′52″N 81°20′18″W  /  28.5979°N 81.3384°W  / 28.5979; -81.3384  (Gary-Morgan House)
Winter Park
15 Siegmund and Marilyn Goldman House February 4, 2019

(#100003411)
1670 Huron Trail

28°38′04″N 81°20′53″W  /  28.6345°N 81.3481°W  / 28.6345; -81.3481  (Siegmund and Marilyn Goldman House)
Maitland Designed by architect Nils M. Schweizer in 1964.
16 Griffin Park Historic District July 18, 1996

(#96000784)
Roughly bounded by Avondale and South Division Avenues, Carter Street, and Interstate 4

28°31′58″N 81°23′10″W  /  28.532778°N 81.386111°W  / 28.532778; -81.386111  (Griffin Park Historic District)
Orlando
17 Holden-Parramore Historic District September 23, 2009

(#09000746)
Bounded by West Church Street, South Division Avenue, Long Street, McFall Avenue, and South Parramore Avenue

28°32′18″N 81°23′13″W  /  28.538322°N 81.386917°W  / 28.538322; -81.386917  (Holden-Parramore Historic District)
Orlando
18 John N. Huttig Estate January 21, 1993

(#91001776)
435 Peachtree Road

28°33′14″N 81°23′10″W  /  28.553889°N 81.386111°W  / 28.553889; -81.386111  (John N. Huttig Estate)
Orlando Demolished in 2005, entry gate and garden cottage remain
19 Interlachen Avenue Historic District November 30, 2011

(#11000861)
Roughly bounded by S. Knowles, E. New England, S. Interlachen Aves., E. Morse Blvd., Lincoln & E. Canton Aves.

28°35′58″N 81°20′55″W  /  28.599444°N 81.348611°W  / 28.599444; -81.348611  (Interlachen Avenue Historic District)
Winter Park
20 Jack Kerouac House February 6, 2013

(#12001254)
1418 Clouser Ave.

28°33′52″N 81°23′30″W  /  28.564528°N 81.391547°W  / 28.564528; -81.391547  (Jack Kerouac House)
Orlando
21 Knowles Memorial Chapel December 8, 1997

(#97001448)
1000 Holt Avenue

28°35′32″N 81°20′54″W  /  28.592222°N 81.348333°W  / 28.592222; -81.348333  (Knowles Memorial Chapel)
Winter Park On the Rollins College campus
22 Lake Adair-Lake Concord Historic District December 30, 2011

(#11000958)
Roughly Golfview St., Edgewater Ct., Alameda St., & Peachtree Rd.

28°33′23″N 81°23′28″W  /  28.556349°N 81.391053°W  / 28.556349; -81.391053  (Lake Adair-Lake Concord Historic District)
Orlando
23 Lake Eola Heights Historic District January 16, 1992

(#91001912)
Roughly bounded by Hillcrest Street, North Hyer Avenue, Ridgewood Street, and North Magnolia Avenue

28°32′57″N 81°22′15″W  /  28.549167°N 81.370833°W  / 28.549167; -81.370833  (Lake Eola Heights Historic District)
Orlando
24 Lake Ivanhoe Historic Residential District December 20, 2010

(#10001042)
Roughly Orlando St., Interstate 4, Lakeview St., Edgewater Dr.

28°34′01″N 81°22′55″W  /  28.566944°N 81.381944°W  / 28.566944; -81.381944  (Lake Ivanhoe Historic Residential District)
Orlando
25 Lake Lawsona Historic District April 3, 2019

(#100003410)
Bounded by South & Robinson Sts., Summerlin & Hampton Aves.

28°32′34″N 81°21′41″W  /  28.5429°N 81.3614°W  / 28.5429; -81.3614  (Lake Lawsona Historic District)
Orlando
26 James Laughlin House June 28, 2016

(#16000423)
5538 Sydonie Dr.

28°44′30″N 81°36′04″W  /  28.741803°N 81.601101°W  / 28.741803; -81.601101  (James Laughlin House)
Zellwood
27 Maitland Art Center November 17, 1982

(#82001036)
231 West Packwood Avenue

28°37′32″N 81°22′03″W  /  28.625556°N 81.3675°W  / 28.625556; -81.3675  (Maitland Art Center)
Maitland 1937 art gallery is one of the few examples of Mayan Revival architecture in the Southeast
28 Mitchell-Tibbetts House November 7, 1991

(#91001661)
21 East Orange Street

28°40′40″N 81°30′40″W  /  28.677778°N 81.511111°W  / 28.677778; -81.511111  (Mitchell-Tibbetts House)
Apopka
29 Mizell-Leu House Historic District December 29, 1994

(#94001495)
1730 North Forest Avenue

28°34′03″N 81°21′26″W  /  28.5675°N 81.357222°W  / 28.5675; -81.357222  (Mizell-Leu House Historic District)
Orlando
30 Ocoee Christian Church March 28, 1997

(#97000277)
15 South Bluford Avenue

28°34′07″N 81°32′40″W  /  28.568611°N 81.544444°W  / 28.568611; -81.544444  (Ocoee Christian Church)
Ocoee
31 Old Orlando Railroad Depot April 22, 1976

(#76000604)
Depot Place and West Church Street

28°32′22″N 81°22′50″W  /  28.539444°N 81.380556°W  / 28.539444; -81.380556  (Old Orlando Railroad Depot)
Orlando
32 Orlando Utilities Commission Administration Building June 7, 2012

(#12000321)
500 S. Orange St.

28°32′12″N 81°22′43″W  /  28.536609°N 81.378688°W  / 28.536609; -81.378688  (Orlando Utilities Commission Administration Building)
Orlando Now the Aloft Hotel
33 Palm Cottage Gardens November 7, 2000

(#00000982)
2267 Hempel Avenue

28°32′01″N 81°31′20″W  /  28.533611°N 81.522222°W  / 28.533611; -81.522222  (Palm Cottage Gardens)
Gotha
34 Cal Palmer Memorial Building November 29, 1995

(#95001364)
502 Main Street

28°29′43″N 81°32′07″W  /  28.495278°N 81.535278°W  / 28.495278; -81.535278  (Cal Palmer Memorial Building)
Windermere
35 Dr. P. Phillips House July 10, 1979

(#79000685)
135 Lucerne Circle, Northeast

28°32′08″N 81°22′34″W  /  28.535556°N 81.376111°W  / 28.535556; -81.376111  (Dr. P. Phillips House)
Orlando
36 Albin Polasek House and Studio May 2, 2000

(#99000767)
633 Osceola Avenue

28°35′47″N 81°20′39″W  /  28.596389°N 81.344167°W  / 28.596389; -81.344167  (Albin Polasek House and Studio)
Winter Park
37 Rogers Building July 7, 1983

(#83001433)
37-39 South Magnolia Avenue

28°32′34″N 81°22′14″W  /  28.542778°N 81.370556°W  / 28.542778; -81.370556  (Rogers Building)
Orlando
38 Rosemere Historic District October 21, 2009

(#09000844)
Roughly bounded by East Harvard Street, North Orange Avenue, Cornell Avenue, and East Vanderbilt Street

28°34′10″N 81°22′26″W  /  28.569444°N 81.373889°W  / 28.569444; -81.373889  (Rosemere Historic District)
Orlando
39 Annie Russell Theatre July 15, 1998

(#98000863)
1000 Holt Avenue

28°35′33″N 81°20′53″W  /  28.5925°N 81.348056°W  / 28.5925; -81.348056  (Annie Russell Theatre)
Winter Park On the Rollins College campus
40 Ryan & Company Lumber Yard February 25, 1993

(#93000074)
215 East Fifth Street

28°40′18″N 81°30′27″W  /  28.671667°N 81.5075°W  / 28.671667; -81.5075  (Ryan & Company Lumber Yard)
Apopka
41 Luther F. Tilden House November 15, 1996

(#96001337)
940 Tildenville School Road

28°33′28″N 81°36′37″W  /  28.557778°N 81.610278°W  / 28.557778; -81.610278  (Luther F. Tilden House)
Winter Garden
42 Tinker Building July 17, 1980

(#80000957)
16-18 West Pine Street

28°32′27″N 81°22′47″W  /  28.540833°N 81.379722°W  / 28.540833; -81.379722  (Tinker Building)
Orlando
43 Tinker Field May 14, 2004

(#04000456)
1610 West Church Street

28°32′27″N 81°24′16″W  /  28.540833°N 81.404444°W  / 28.540833; -81.404444  (Tinker Field)
Orlando
44 Twin Mounds Archeological District January 19, 1992

(#91001957)
Address Restricted

Sorrento
45 Waite-Davis House August 2, 1990

(#90001127)
5 South Central Avenue

28°40′39″N 81°30′41″W  /  28.6775°N 81.511389°W  / 28.6775; -81.511389  (Waite-Davis House)
Apopka
46 Thomas Picton Warlow, Sr., House October 8, 2009

(#09000808)
701 Driver Avenue

28°35′30″N 81°23′05″W  /  28.591667°N 81.384722°W  / 28.591667; -81.384722  (Thomas Picton Warlow, Sr., House)
Winter Park
47 William H. Waterhouse House February 2, 1983

(#83001434)
820 South Lake Lily Drive

28°37′15″N 81°22′02″W  /  28.620833°N 81.367222°W  / 28.620833; -81.367222  (William H. Waterhouse House)
Maitland
48 Well'sbuilt Hotel February 4, 2000

(#00000006)
511 West South Street

28°32′17″N 81°23′09″W  /  28.538056°N 81.385833°W  / 28.538056; -81.385833  (Well'sbuilt Hotel)
Orlando
49 Windermere Town Hall June 3, 1994

(#94000539)
520 Main Street

28°29′42″N 81°32′10″W  /  28.495°N 81.536111°W  / 28.495; -81.536111  (Windermere Town Hall)
Windermere
50 Winter Garden Downtown Historic District August 1, 1996

(#96000850)
Roughly bounded by Woodland, Tremaine, Henderson, and Lake View Streets

28°33′56″N 81°35′08″W  /  28.565556°N 81.585556°W  / 28.565556; -81.585556  (Winter Garden Downtown Historic District)
Winter Garden
51 Winter Garden Historic Residential District August 1, 1996

(#96000849)
Roughly bounded by Plant, Boyd, Tilden, and Central Streets

28°34′01″N 81°35′25″W  /  28.566944°N 81.590278°W  / 28.566944; -81.590278  (Winter Garden Historic Residential District)
Winter Garden
52 Winter Park Country Club and Golf Course September 17, 1999

(#99001148)
761 Old England Avenue

28°36′15″N 81°21′12″W  /  28.604167°N 81.353333°W  / 28.604167; -81.353333  (Winter Park Country Club and Golf Course)
Winter Park
53 Withers-Maguire House April 2, 1987

(#87000579)
16 East Oakland Avenue

28°34′15″N 81°32′38″W  /  28.570833°N 81.543889°W  / 28.570833; -81.543889  (Withers-Maguire House)
Ocoee
54 Woman's Club of Ocoee February 14, 2011

(#11000002)
10 North Lakewood Avenue

28°34′11″N 81°32′33″W  /  28.569722°N 81.5425°W  / 28.569722; -81.5425  (Woman's Club of Ocoee)
Ocoee Clubhouses of Florida's Woman's Clubs MPS
55 Woman's Club of Winter Park May 4, 1995

(#95000537)
419 Interlachen Avenue

28°35′39″N 81°20′57″W  /  28.594167°N 81.349167°W  / 28.594167; -81.349167  (Woman's Club of Winter Park)
Winter Park

Former listings [ edit ]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 George R. Newell House 1975

(#75002163)
Unknown 624 S. Lake Ave.

Orlando A Late Victorian house from 1885
2 The Parsonage October 2, 1973

(#73000595)
Unknown Fairbanks Ave. at Chase Ave.

Winter Park Demolished[6][7]

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. ^ https://cityofwinterpark.org/docs/departments/planning-community-development/historic-preservation/architecturalhistoricresourcessurvey_2001.pdf
  7. ^ "Rollins Architecture: A Pictorial Profile of Current and Historical Buildings by rollins_archives". issuu. p. 11. Retrieved 2016-10-29.
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