|South Carolina Department of Archives and History|
|National Register Properties in South Carolina
Hampton Heights Historic District, Spartanburg County (Spartanburg)
|329 W. Hampton Ave.||323 W. Hampton Ave.||312 W. Hampton Ave.||304 W. Hampton Ave.||298 W. Hampton Ave.|
|290 W. Hampton Ave.||268 W. Hampton Ave.|| Arthur Irwin House
269 W. Hampton Ave.
|252 W. Hampton Ave.||245 W. Hampton Ave.|
| W. P. Irwin House
232 W. Hampton Ave.
| Brady House
229 W. Hampton Ave.
|200 W. Hampton Ave.|| Proffitt Apartments
195-197 W. Hampton Ave.
|182 W. Hampton Ave.|
| Howard House
175 W. Hampton Ave.
| Muckenfuss House
172 W. Hampton Ave.
|169 W. Hampton Ave.||157 W. Hampton Ave.||139 W. Hampton Ave.|
|136 W. Hampton Ave.|| Bethel Methodist
461 Hampton Dr.
| Patterson House
470 Hampton Dr.
|475 Hampton Dr.||480 Hampton Dr.|
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The Hampton Heights Historic District is a significant collection of 120 contributing residences in the Hampton Heights section of Spartanburg that retains historic and architectural integrity from the early twentieth century. The district, which developed between 1890 and 1930, was the home of numerous middle and upper class citizens of Spartanburg. The district is a cohesive and intact collection of early twentieth century houses, representative of the prevalent urban and suburban house types of the era, and of the nature of suburban development in a growing city. Predominant architectural styles and modes include Queen Anne, Bungalow, Craftsman, Four-Square, and Neo-Classical. The buildings in the district are primarily single-family, frame residences which vary in scale. Large residences boast well-matured grounds, outbuildings and deep setbacks. Smaller and later houses were built with small, uniform setbacks, narrow lots, and uniform orientation and scale, expressive of the consistent development of the area as an inner city residential area of the 1910-1930 period. Listed in the National Register January 27, 1983.
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