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National Register Properties in South Carolina

College Street Historic District, Newberry County (Newberry)
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Verner House
1910 College St.
Evans-Dufford House
1900 College St.
Ernest Martin House
1817 College St.
Sligh House
1814 College St.
John Scurry House
1807 College St.
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1806 College St.
Spearman House
1801 College St.
Dr. Grady Cooper
1800 College St.
Moore House
1720 College St.
Wright-Clary House
1710 College St.
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Whitaker Funeral
1704 College St.
Rutherford House
1703 College St.
Baptist Church
College St.
Davis House
1621 College St.
J. T. McCrackin
1618 College St.
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Smith House
1615 College St.
1612 College St.
Eargle House
1611 College St.
Hentz House
1609 College St.
Setzler House
1509 College St.

The College Street Historic District is significant as a collection of residential buildings built between ca. 1880 and 1925 which embrace a wide variety of architectural styles and which retains a strong sense of residential unity. Styles include vernacular Victorian, Colonial Revival, Queen Anne, Tudor Revival, and California Bungalow. The district contains nineteen residences that reflect the development of the neighborhood since its beginning as a faculty residential section for Newberry College in the 1880s. The district also includes a Gothic Revival style church. Listed in the National Register November 26, 1980.

View a map showing the boundaries of the College Street Historic District.

View the complete text of the nomination form for this National Register property. In addition, the Historic Resources of Newberry includes historical background information for this and other related National Register properties.

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