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National Register of Historic Places listings in Volusia County, Florida

Location of Volusia County in Florida

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

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Volusia 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 104 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 2 National Historic Landmarks. Another district was once listed but has 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 The Abbey April 9, 1987

(#87000615)
426 South Beach Street

29°12′17″N 81°01′01″W  /  29.204722°N 81.016944°W  / 29.204722; -81.016944  (The Abbey)
Daytona Beach
2 Airport Clear Zone Archeological Site July 10, 2008

(#08000639)
Address Restricted

New Smyrna Beach Part of the Archeological Resources of the 18th-Century Smyrnea Settlement of Dr. Andrew Turnbull MPS
3 All Saint's Episcopal Church May 3, 1974

(#74000656)
Corner of DeBary Avenue Northeast and Clark Street

28°52′10″N 81°16′10″W  /  28.869444°N 81.269444°W  / 28.869444; -81.269444  (All Saint's Episcopal Church)
Enterprise
4 John Anderson Lodge September 6, 1989

(#88001717)
71 Orchard Lane

29°17′26″N 81°02′50″W  /  29.290556°N 81.047222°W  / 29.290556; -81.047222  (John Anderson Lodge)
Ormond Beach Part of the Historic Winter Residences of Ormond Beach, 1878-1925 MPS
5 Anderson–Price Memorial Library Building January 26, 1984

(#84000967)
42 North Beach Street

29°17′12″N 81°03′23″W  /  29.286667°N 81.056389°W  / 29.286667; -81.056389  (Anderson–Price Memorial Library Building)
Ormond Beach
6 Barberville Central High School February 3, 1993

(#92001838)
1776 Lightfoot Lane

29°11′00″N 81°25′23″W  /  29.183333°N 81.423056°W  / 29.183333; -81.423056  (Barberville Central High School)
Barberville
7 Mary McLeod Bethune Home December 2, 1974

(#74000655)
Bethune-Cookman College campus

29°12′45″N 81°01′56″W  /  29.2125°N 81.032222°W  / 29.2125; -81.032222  (Mary McLeod Bethune Home)
Daytona Beach Home of educator and civil rights leader Mary McLeod Bethune
8 Bethune–Cookman College Historic District March 21, 1996

(#96000298)
620 Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard

29°12′43″N 81°01′55″W  /  29.211944°N 81.031944°W  / 29.211944; -81.031944  (Bethune–Cookman College Historic District)
Daytona Beach Part of the Daytona Beach MPS
9 Blanchette Archeological Site July 10, 2008

(#08000640)
Address Restricted

New Smyrna Beach Part of the Archeological Resources of the 18th-Century Smyrnea Settlement of Dr. Andrew Turnbull MPS
10 Delos A. Blodgett House August 2, 1993

(#93000724)
404 Ridgewood Avenue

29°12′16″N 81°01′13″W  /  29.204444°N 81.020278°W  / 29.204444; -81.020278  (Delos A. Blodgett House)
Daytona Beach
11 Casements Annex October 6, 1988

(#88001720)
127 Riverside Drive

29°17′07″N 81°02′45″W  /  29.285278°N 81.045833°W  / 29.285278; -81.045833  (Casements Annex)
Ormond Beach Part of the Historic Winter Residences of Ormond Beach, 1878-1925 MPS
12 The Casements June 30, 1972

(#72001536)
15 East Granada Avenue

29°17′21″N 81°02′45″W  /  29.289167°N 81.045833°W  / 29.289167; -81.045833  (The Casements)
Ormond Beach
13 Chief Master at Arms House February 15, 2002

(#02000003)
910 Biscayne Boulevard

29°03′29″N 81°17′18″W  /  29.058056°N 81.288333°W  / 29.058056; -81.288333  (Chief Master at Arms House)
DeLand Part of the Florida's Historic World War II Military Resources MPS
14 City Island January 7, 2000

(#99001646)
108 East Orange Avenue

29°12′34″N 81°00′58″W  /  29.209444°N 81.016111°W  / 29.209444; -81.016111  (City Island)
Daytona Beach
15 City Island Ball Park October 22, 1998

(#98001253)
City Island, across from the Daytona Beach business district

29°12′34″N 81°01′00″W  /  29.209444°N 81.016667°W  / 29.209444; -81.016667  (City Island Ball Park)
Daytona Beach Part of the Daytona Beach MPS
16 Coronado Historic District February 21, 1997

(#97000098)
Roughly bounded by Columbus, Due East, and Pine Avenues, and the Indian River

29°02′19″N 80°54′10″W  /  29.038611°N 80.902778°W  / 29.038611; -80.902778  (Coronado Historic District)
New Smyrna Beach
17 Cypress Street Elementary School December 2, 1996

(#96001333)
868 West George W Engram Boulevard

29°12′46″N 81°02′24″W  /  29.212778°N 81.04°W  / 29.212778; -81.04  (Cypress Street Elementary School)
Daytona Beach Part of the Daytona Beach MPS
18 Daytona Beach Bandshell and Oceanfront Park Complex March 5, 1999

(#99000159)
Ocean Avenue, north of the junction of Main Street and Atlantic

29°13′41″N 81°00′29″W  /  29.228056°N 81.008056°W  / 29.228056; -81.008056  (Daytona Beach Bandshell and Oceanfront Park Complex)
Daytona Beach Part of the Daytona Beach MPS
19 Daytona Beach Surfside Historic District August 1, 1996

(#96000851)
Roughly bounded by Auditorium Boulevard, the Atlantic Ocean, U.S. Route 92, and the Halifax River

29°13′30″N 81°00′36″W  /  29.225°N 81.01°W  / 29.225; -81.01  (Daytona Beach Surfside Historic District)
Daytona Beach Part of the Daytona Beach MPS
20 DeBary Hall July 24, 1972

(#72000354)
DeBary Mansion State Park

28°52′29″N 81°17′50″W  /  28.874722°N 81.297222°W  / 28.874722; -81.297222  (DeBary Hall)
DeBary
21 DeLand Hall January 27, 1983

(#83001441)
Stetson University campus

29°02′06″N 81°18′12″W  /  29.035°N 81.303333°W  / 29.035; -81.303333  (DeLand Hall)
DeLand
22 DeLeon Springs Colored School August 1, 2003

(#03000702)
330 East Retta Street

29°06′51″N 81°20′51″W  /  29.114167°N 81.3475°W  / 29.114167; -81.3475  (DeLeon Springs Colored School)
DeLeon Springs Part of the Florida's Historic Black Public Schools MPS
23 Dickinson Memorial Library and Park February 8, 1995

(#95000020)
148 South Volusia Avenue (US 17)

28°56′52″N 81°17′55″W  /  28.947778°N 81.298611°W  / 28.947778; -81.298611  (Dickinson Memorial Library and Park)
Orange City
24 Dix House September 6, 1989

(#88001721)
178 North Beach Street

29°17′25″N 81°03′28″W  /  29.290278°N 81.057778°W  / 29.290278; -81.057778  (Dix House)
Ormond Beach Part of the Historic Winter Residences of Ormond Beach, 1878-1925 MPS
25 Bartholomew J. Donnelly House August 2, 1993

(#93000726)
801 North Peninsula Drive

29°14′16″N 81°01′10″W  /  29.237778°N 81.019444°W  / 29.237778; -81.019444  (Bartholomew J. Donnelly House)
Daytona Beach
26 Downtown DeLand Historic District December 23, 1987

(#87001796)
Roughly bounded by Florida and Rich Avenues, Woodland Boulevard, and Howry Avenue

29°01′39″N 81°18′17″W  /  29.0275°N 81.304722°W  / 29.0275; -81.304722  (Downtown DeLand Historic District)
DeLand
27 Dunlawton Avenue Historic District February 5, 1998

(#98000055)
Roughly along Dunlawton Avenue to Lafayette Avenue, and Orange Avenue and Wellman Street

29°08′32″N 80°59′29″W  /  29.142222°N 80.991389°W  / 29.142222; -80.991389  (Dunlawton Avenue Historic District)
Port Orange Part of the Port Orange MPS
28 Dunlawton Plantation-Sugar Mill Ruins August 28, 1973

(#73000606)
950 Old Sugar Mill Road

29°08′29″N 81°00′26″W  /  29.141389°N 81.007222°W  / 29.141389; -81.007222  (Dunlawton Plantation-Sugar Mill Ruins)
Port Orange
29 Eastwood Terrace Hotel April 2, 2019

(#100003586)
442 E. New York Ave.

29°01′40″N 81°17′43″W  /  29.027735°N 81.295312°W  / 29.027735; -81.295312  (Eastwood Terrace Hotel)
Deland
30 El Pino Parque Historic District April 26, 1993

(#93000318)
1412-1604 North Halifax Drive

29°15′07″N 81°01′44″W  /  29.251944°N 81.028889°W  / 29.251944; -81.028889  (El Pino Parque Historic District)
Daytona Beach
31 El Real Retiro November 10, 1987

(#87001557)
636 North Riverside Drive and 647 Faulkner Street

29°02′04″N 80°55′41″W  /  29.034444°N 80.928056°W  / 29.034444; -80.928056  (El Real Retiro)
New Smyrna Beach
32 First Presbyterian Church Archeological Site July 10, 2008

(#08000635)
509 Magnolia Street[6]

29°01′16″N 80°55′12″W  /  29.021000°N 80.920000°W  / 29.021000; -80.920000  (First Presbyterian Church Archeological Site)
New Smyrna Beach Part of the Archeological Resources of the 18th-Century Smyrnea Settlement of Dr. Andrew Turnbull MPS
33 Seth French House February 12, 2003

(#03000005)
319 East French Avenue

28°57′09″N 81°17′47″W  /  28.952500°N 81.296389°W  / 28.952500; -81.296389  (Seth French House)
Orange City
34 Gamble Place Historic District September 29, 1993

(#93000563)
1819 Taylor Road

29°05′22″N 81°02′44″W  /  29.089444°N 81.045556°W  / 29.089444; -81.045556  (Gamble Place Historic District)
Port Orange
35 Grace Episcopal Church and Guild Hall February 5, 1998

(#98000058)
4100 Ridgewood Avenue

29°08′35″N 80°59′14″W  /  29.143056°N 80.987222°W  / 29.143056; -80.987222  (Grace Episcopal Church and Guild Hall)
Port Orange Part of the Port Orange MPS
36 Grange Archeological Site July 10, 2008

(#08000631)
Address Restricted

New Smyrna Beach Part of the Archeological Resources of the 18th-Century Smyrnea Settlement of Dr. Andrew Turnbull MPS
37 The Hammocks September 5, 1989

(#88001719)
311 John Anderson Highway

29°17′51″N 81°03′06″W  /  29.297500°N 81.051667°W  / 29.297500; -81.051667  (The Hammocks)
Ormond Beach Part of the Historic Winter Residences of Ormond Beach, 1878-1925 MPS
38 Hawks Archeological Site July 10, 2008

(#08000636)
Address Restricted

Edgewater Part of the Archeological Resources of the 18th-Century Smyrnea Settlement of Dr. Andrew Turnbull MPS
39 Alexander Haynes House September 7, 1995

(#95001070)
128 West Howry Avenue

29°01′33″N 81°18′18″W  /  29.025833°N 81.305°W  / 29.025833; -81.305  (Alexander Haynes House)
DeLand
40 Holly Hill Municipal Building April 8, 1993

(#93000285)
1065 Ridgewood Avenue

29°14′43″N 81°02′25″W  /  29.245278°N 81.040278°W  / 29.245278; -81.040278  (Holly Hill Municipal Building)
Holly Hill
41 Janet's Archeological Site July 10, 2008

(#08000630)
Address Restricted

New Smyrna Beach Part of the Archeological Resources of the 18th-Century Smyrnea Settlement of Dr. Andrew Turnbull MPS
42 Kilkoff House October 8, 1997

(#97001216)
1145 West New York Avenue

29°01′42″N 81°19′33″W  /  29.028333°N 81.325833°W  / 29.028333; -81.325833  (Kilkoff House)
DeLand
43 Amos Kling House December 2, 1993

(#93001353)
220-222 Magnolia Avenue

29°12′34″N 81°01′18″W  /  29.209444°N 81.021667°W  / 29.209444; -81.021667  (Amos Kling House)
Daytona Beach
44 S.H. Kress and Co. Building July 7, 1983

(#83001442)
140 South Beach Street

29°12′38″N 81°01′10″W  /  29.210556°N 81.019444°W  / 29.210556; -81.019444  (S.H. Kress and Co. Building)
Daytona Beach
45 Lake Helen Historic District September 16, 1993

(#93000981)
Roughly bounded by West New York, Lakeview, Park, and Euclid Avenues

28°59′18″N 81°14′03″W  /  28.988333°N 81.234167°W  / 28.988333; -81.234167  (Lake Helen Historic District)
Lake Helen Part of the Lake Helen MPS
46 Lippincott Mansion February 21, 1985

(#85000304)
150 South Beach Street

29°16′51″N 81°03′15″W  /  29.280833°N 81.054167°W  / 29.280833; -81.054167  (Lippincott Mansion)
Ormond Beach
47 Merchants Bank Building January 6, 1986

(#86000025)
252 South Beach Street

29°12′30″N 81°00′29″W  /  29.208333°N 81.008056°W  / 29.208333; -81.008056  (Merchants Bank Building)
Daytona Beach
48 Meyer–Davis House–Hasty Cottage November 16, 2015

(#15000786)
143 Beach St.

29°04′57″N 80°56′02″W  /  29.0825°N 80.9339°W  / 29.0825; -80.9339  (Meyer–Davis House–Hasty Cottage)
Ponce Inlet
49 Moulton–Wells House November 21, 2001

(#01001247)
West of Eldora Road on the Canaveral National Seashore

28°54′32″N 80°49′16″W  /  28.908889°N 80.821111°W  / 28.908889; -80.821111  (Moulton–Wells House)
New Smyrna Beach
50 Mount Taylor October 8, 1997

(#97001219)
Address Restricted

DeBary
51 New Smyrna Beach Historic District April 26, 1990

(#90000714)
Roughly bounded by Riverside Drive, U.S. Route 1, Ronnoc Lane, and Smith Street

29°01′30″N 80°55′27″W  /  29.025°N 80.924167°W  / 29.025; -80.924167  (New Smyrna Beach Historic District)
New Smyrna Beach
52 New Smyrna Sugar Mill Ruins August 12, 1970

(#70000192)
600 Old Mission Road

29°00′34″N 80°56′25″W  /  29.009444°N 80.940278°W  / 29.009444; -80.940278  (New Smyrna Sugar Mill Ruins)
New Smyrna Beach
53 Old DeLand Memorial Hospital November 27, 1989

(#89002030)
Stone Street

29°02′37″N 81°19′03″W  /  29.043611°N 81.3175°W  / 29.043611; -81.3175  (Old DeLand Memorial Hospital)
DeLand
54 Old Fort Park Archeological Site July 10, 2008

(#08000629)
Address Restricted

29°01′38″N 80°55′20″W  /  29.027222°N 80.922222°W  / 29.027222; -80.922222  (Old Fort Park Archeological Site)
New Smyrna Beach Part of the Archeological Resources of the 18th-Century Smyrnea Settlement of Dr. Andrew Turnbull MPS
55 Old Stone Wharf Archeological Site July 10, 2008

(#08000638)
Address Restricted

29°01′11″N 80°55′07″W  /  29.019722°N 80.918611°W  / 29.019722; -80.918611  (Old Stone Wharf Archeological Site)
New Smyrna Beach Part of the Archeological Resources of the 18th-Century Smyrnea Settlement of Dr. Andrew Turnbull MPS
56 Nocoroco May 7, 1973

(#73000605)
2 miles north of Ormond Beach

29°21′07″N 81°05′14″W  /  29.351944°N 81.087222°W  / 29.351944; -81.087222  (Nocoroco)
Ormond Beach
57 Olds Hall September 23, 1993

(#93001003)
340 South Ridgewood Avenue

29°12′18″N 81°01′13″W  /  29.205°N 81.020278°W  / 29.205; -81.020278  (Olds Hall)
Daytona Beach
58 Orange City Colored School August 1, 2003

(#03000703)
200 East Blue Springs Avenue

28°56′19″N 81°17′49″W  /  28.938611°N 81.296944°W  / 28.938611; -81.296944  (Orange City Colored School)
Orange City Part of the Florida's Historic Black Public Schools MPS
59 Orange City Historic District April 6, 2004

(#04000265)
Roughly Banana, Carpenter, French and Orange Avenues

28°56′56″N 81°17′57″W  /  28.948889°N 81.299167°W  / 28.948889; -81.299167  (Orange City Historic District)
Orange City Part of the Orange City, Florida MPS
60 Orange City Town Hall May 16, 2002

(#02000493)
205 East Graves Avenue

28°56′56″N 81°17′52″W  /  28.948889°N 81.297778°W  / 28.948889; -81.297778  (Orange City Town Hall)
Orange City
61 Ormond Fire House December 15, 2010

(#10001033)
160 East Granada Boulevard

29°17′27″N 81°02′32″W  /  29.290833°N 81.042222°W  / 29.290833; -81.042222  (Ormond Fire House)
Ormond Beach
62 Ormond Hotel November 24, 1980

(#80000964)
15 East Granada Boulevard

29°17′22″N 81°02′50″W  /  29.289444°N 81.047222°W  / 29.289444; -81.047222  (Ormond Hotel)
Ormond Beach Demolished in 1992, only hotel's cupola preserved in nearby park[7]
63 Ormond Yacht Club April 19, 2005

(#05000310)
63 North Beach Street

29°17′16″N 81°03′21″W  /  29.287778°N 81.055833°W  / 29.287778; -81.055833  (Ormond Yacht Club)
Ormond Beach
64 Persimmon Mound April 14, 1994

(#94000357)
Baxter Point Road on the northern side of the St. Johns River[8]:5

28°36′56″N 80°58′12″W  /  28.615556°N 80.970000°W  / 28.615556; -80.970000  (Persimmon Mound)
Rockledge Originally recorded as being a short distance away in Brevard County[8]:4
65 Ponce De Leon Inlet Lightstation September 22, 1972

(#72000355)
4931 South Peninsula Drive, U.S. Coast Guard Reservation

29°04′50″N 80°55′42″W  /  29.080556°N 80.928333°W  / 29.080556; -80.928333  (Ponce De Leon Inlet Lightstation)
Ponce Inlet
66 The Porches October 6, 1988

(#88001715)
176 South Beach Street

29°16′52″N 81°03′14″W  /  29.281111°N 81.053889°W  / 29.281111; -81.053889  (The Porches)
Ormond Beach Part of the Historic Winter Residences of Ormond Beach, 1878-1925 MPS
67 Port Orange Florida East Coast Railway Freight Depot February 5, 1998

(#98000057)
415C Herbert Street

29°08′37″N 80°59′36″W  /  29.143611°N 80.993333°W  / 29.143611; -80.993333  (Port Orange Florida East Coast Railway Freight Depot)
Port Orange Part of the Port Orange MPS
68 Rogers House September 11, 1986

(#86002407)
436 North Beach Street

29°13′09″N 81°00′50″W  /  29.219167°N 81.013889°W  / 29.219167; -81.013889  (Rogers House)
Daytona Beach
69 Ross Hammock Site February 5, 1981

(#81000083)
Address Restricted

Oak Hill
70 Rowallan October 6, 1988

(#88001724)
253 John Anderson Highway

29°17′36″N 81°02′59″W  /  29.293333°N 81.049722°W  / 29.293333; -81.049722  (Rowallan)
Ormond Beach Part of the Historic Winter Residences of Ormond Beach, 1878-1925 MPS
71 St. Rita's Colored Catholic Mission April 13, 2007

(#07000280)
314 Duss Street

29°01′27″N 80°55′56″W  /  29.024167°N 80.932222°W  / 29.024167; -80.932222  (St. Rita's Colored Catholic Mission)
New Smyrna Beach
72 Seabreeze Historic District September 3, 1998

(#98001131)
Roughly bounded by University Boulevard, the Halifax River, Auditorium Boulevard, and North Atlantic Avenue

29°13′58″N 81°02′34″W  /  29.232778°N 81.042778°W  / 29.232778; -81.042778  (Seabreeze Historic District)
Daytona Beach Part of the Daytona Beach MPS
73 Seminole Rest March 19, 1997

(#97000231)
East of State Road 5 on the western shore of Mosquito Lagoon at the Canaveral National Seashore

28°52′11″N 80°50′15″W  /  28.869722°N 80.8375°W  / 28.869722; -80.8375  (Seminole Rest)
Oak Hill
74 Seybold Baking Company Factory October 30, 1997

(#97001283)
800 Orange Avenue

29°12′09″N 81°01′55″W  /  29.2025°N 81.031944°W  / 29.2025; -81.031944  (Seybold Baking Company Factory)
Daytona Beach Part of the Daytona Beach MPS
75 Sleepy Hollow Archeological Site July 10, 2008

(#08000637)
Address Restricted

New Smyrna Beach Part of the Archeological Resources of the 18th-Century Smyrnea Settlement of Dr. Andrew Turnbull MPS
76 South Beach Street Historic District September 15, 1988

(#88001597)
Roughly bounded by Volusia Avenue, South Beach Street, South Street, and U.S. Route 1

29°12′18″N 81°01′03″W  /  29.205°N 81.0175°W  / 29.205; -81.0175  (South Beach Street Historic District)
Daytona Beach
77 South Peninsula Historic District November 19, 1998

(#98001379)
Roughly the Daytona Beach Peninsula between the Atlantic Ocean and the Halifax River

29°12′37″N 81°00′20″W  /  29.210278°N 81.005556°W  / 29.210278; -81.005556  (South Peninsula Historic District)
Daytona Beach Part of the Daytona Beach MPS
78 South Ridgewood Elementary School July 14, 2011

(#11000436)
747 S. Ridgewood Ave.

29°11′55″N 81°00′56″W  /  29.198611°N 81.015556°W  / 29.198611; -81.015556  (South Ridgewood Elementary School)
Daytona Beach
79 Southern Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp Historic District March 14, 1991

(#91000249)
Roughly bounded by Cassadaga Road and Marion, Stevens, Lake, and Chauncey Streets

28°57′52″N 81°14′14″W  /  28.964444°N 81.237222°W  / 28.964444; -81.237222  (Southern Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp Historic District)
Cassadaga
80 Southwest Daytona Beach Black Heritage District May 23, 1997

(#97000457)
Roughly bounded by Foote Court, South Street, Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard, and the Florida East Coast railroad tracks

29°12′08″N 81°01′26″W  /  29.202222°N 81.023889°W  / 29.202222; -81.023889  (Southwest Daytona Beach Black Heritage District)
Daytona Beach Part of the Daytona Beach MPS
81 Spruce Creek Mound Complex December 3, 1990

(#90001761)
Address Restricted

Port Orange
82 Stetson University Campus Historic District March 14, 1991

(#91000244)
Roughly bounded by Michigan Avenue, North Florida Avenue, West University Avenue, and a line south from North Hayden Avenue

29°02′06″N 81°18′13″W  /  29.035°N 81.303611°W  / 29.035; -81.303611  (Stetson University Campus Historic District)
DeLand
83 John B. Stetson House November 21, 1978

(#78000957)
1031 Camphor Lane

29°01′24″N 81°19′25″W  /  29.023333°N 81.323611°W  / 29.023333; -81.323611  (John B. Stetson House)
DeLand
84 Ann Stevens House August 18, 1993

(#93000734)
201 East Kicklighter Road

28°58′10″N 81°14′00″W  /  28.969444°N 81.233333°W  / 28.969444; -81.233333  (Ann Stevens House)
Lake Helen Part of the Lake Helen MPS
85 Stockton-Lindquist House June 22, 2004

(#04000626)
244 East Beresford Avenue

29°00′48″N 81°17′59″W  /  29.013333°N 81.299722°W  / 29.013333; -81.299722  (Stockton-Lindquist House)
DeLand
86 Strawn Historic Agricultural District September 13, 1993

(#93000929)
Bounded by Broderick and Retta Streets and by Central and Dundee Avenues

29°06′56″N 81°20′56″W  /  29.115556°N 81.348889°W  / 29.115556; -81.348889  (Strawn Historic Agricultural District)
DeLeon Springs Part of the Citrus Industry Resources of Theodore Strawn, Inc., MPS
87 Strawn Historic Citrus Packing House District September 13, 1993

(#93000931)
5707 Lake Winona Road

29°08′18″N 81°21′35″W  /  29.138333°N 81.359722°W  / 29.138333; -81.359722  (Strawn Historic Citrus Packing House District)
DeLeon Springs Part of the Citrus Industry Resources of Theodore Strawn, Inc., MPS
88 Strawn Historic Sawmill District September 13, 1993

(#93000930)
5710 Lake Winona Road

29°08′21″N 81°21′38″W  /  29.139167°N 81.360556°W  / 29.139167; -81.360556  (Strawn Historic Sawmill District)
DeLeon Springs Part of the Citrus Industry Resources of Theodore Strawn, Inc., MPS
89 Talahloka September 6, 1989

(#88001716)
19 Orchard Lane

29°17′26″N 81°02′53″W  /  29.290556°N 81.048056°W  / 29.290556; -81.048056  (Talahloka)
Ormond Beach Part of the Historic Winter Residences of Ormond Beach, 1878-1925 MPS
90 Tarragona Tower May 6, 2005

(#05000368)
Tarragona Way and International Speedway Boulevard

29°12′00″N 81°02′49″W  /  29.2°N 81.046944°W  / 29.2; -81.046944  (Tarragona Tower)
Daytona Beach
91 Three Chimneys Archaeological Site September 16, 2010

(#10000757)
715 West Granada Boulevard

29°16′41″N 81°04′26″W  /  29.278000°N 81.074000°W  / 29.278000; -81.074000  (Three Chimneys Archaeological Site)
Ormond Beach
92 Howard Thurman House February 23, 1990

(#90000100)
614 Whitehall Street

29°11′54″N 81°01′19″W  /  29.198333°N 81.021944°W  / 29.198333; -81.021944  (Howard Thurman House)
Daytona Beach Home of educator and civil rights leader Howard Thurman
93 Louis P. Thursby House May 11, 2000

(#00000468)
Located inside Blue Spring State Park

28°56′41″N 81°20′21″W  /  28.944722°N 81.339167°W  / 28.944722; -81.339167  (Louis P. Thursby House)
Orange City
94 Tourist Church October 6, 1995

(#95001139)
501 North Wild Olive Avenue

29°13′59″N 81°00′52″W  /  29.233056°N 81.014444°W  / 29.233056; -81.014444  (Tourist Church)
Daytona Beach
95 Turnbull Canal System August 24, 2007

(#07000840)
Address Restricted

New Smyrna Beach Part of the Archeological Resources of the 18th-Century Smyrnea Settlement of Dr. Andrew Turnbull MPS
96 Turnbull Colonists' House Archeological Site July 10, 2008

(#08000632)
1919 North Dixie Freeway

29°03′17″N 80°56′23″W  /  29.054722°N 80.939722°W  / 29.054722; -80.939722  (Turnbull Colonists' House Archeological Site)
New Smyrna Beach Part of the Archeological Resources of the 18th-Century Smyrnea Settlement of Dr. Andrew Turnbull MPS
97 Turnbull Colonists' House No. 2 Archeological Site July 10, 2008

(#08000633)
Address Restricted

New Smyrna Beach Part of the Archeological Resources of the 18th-Century Smyrnea Settlement of Dr. Andrew Turnbull MPS
98 Turtle Mound September 29, 1970

(#70000193)
Canaveral National Seashore, south of Bethune Beach[9]

28°55′51″N 80°49′37″W  /  28.930833°N 80.826944°W  / 28.930833; -80.826944  (Turtle Mound)
New Smyrna Beach
99 US Post Office June 30, 1988

(#88000974)
220 North Beach Street

29°12′53″N 81°01′16″W  /  29.2146°N 81.0210°W  / 29.2146; -81.0210  (US Post Office)
Daytona Beach
100 West DeLand Residential District November 20, 1992

(#92001617)
Roughly bounded by University, Florida, New York and Orange Avenues

29°01′57″N 81°18′37″W  /  29.0325°N 81.310278°W  / 29.0325; -81.310278  (West DeLand Residential District)
DeLand
101 White–Fox House Archeological Site July 10, 2008

(#08000634)
Address Restricted

New Smyrna Beach Part of the Archeological Resources of the 18th-Century Smyrnea Settlement of Dr. Andrew Turnbull MPS
102 White Hall July 15, 1992

(#92000849)
640 Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard

29°12′43″N 81°01′57″W  /  29.211944°N 81.0325°W  / 29.211944; -81.0325  (White Hall)
Daytona Beach
103 Woman's Club of New Smyrna May 11, 1989

(#89000410)
403 Magnolia Street

29°01′20″N 80°55′16″W  /  29.022222°N 80.921111°W  / 29.022222; -80.921111  (Woman's Club of New Smyrna)
New Smyrna Beach
104 S. Cornelia Young Memorial Library June 25, 1992

(#92000823)
302 Vermont Avenue

29°13′10″N 81°00′36″W  /  29.219444°N 81.01°W  / 29.219444; -81.01  (S. Cornelia Young Memorial Library)
Daytona Beach

Former listing [ edit ]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Halifax Drive Historic District February 5, 1998

(#98000056)
January 29, 2009 Roughly along Halifax Drive from Dunlawton to Herbert Street

29°08′37″N 80°59′11″W  /  29.1436°N 80.9864°W  / 29.1436; -80.9864  (Halifax Drive Historic District)
Port Orange Part of the Port Orange MPS
2 Ormond Garage 1976

(#76002284)
1976 79 E. Granada

Ormond Beach Destroyed by fire in 1976.[10]

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. ^ Location derived from the location of First Presbyterian Church from this Archived 2008-08-07 at the Wayback Machine Central Florida Presbytery webpage; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
  7. ^ Ormond Beach: The pace slows at the 'Birthplace of Speed'
  8. ^ a b Newman, C., and B. Weisman. "Florida Site File Archaeological Site Form: Persimmon Mound/Baxter Mound". Florida Division of Historical Resources, 1992-10-16.
  9. ^ Location derived from its GNIS feature record; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
  10. ^ Ormond Hotel Nomination Form
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