Belmont Historic District (Belmont, Ohio)

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Belmont Historic District
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SR 147 in the Belmont, Ohio Historic District
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LocationRoughly bounded by Barrister, John, Jefferson, Sycamore, and Bridge Sts., Belmont, Ohio
Coordinates 40°1′40″N81°2′27″W / 40.02778°N 81.04083°W / 40.02778; -81.04083 Coordinates: 40°1′40″N81°2′27″W / 40.02778°N 81.04083°W / 40.02778; -81.04083
Area75 acres (30 ha)
Built1820
Architectural styleGreek Revival, Gothic Revival
NRHP reference No. 87000422 [1]
Added to NRHPMarch 13, 1987

The Belmont Historic District is located in Belmont, Ohio and contains several streets. The buildings located in the district are primarily from the 19th century, but are punctuated by more recent buildings. The district is split by SR 147 and SR 149. The historic district was placed on the National Register in 1987. [1]

It was deemed an "architecturally cohesive rural village" and includes hewn log houses, vernacular frame buildings, brick I-houses, and Greek Revival-style houses and commercial buildings. [2]

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References

  1. 1 2 "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places . National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  2. Lorrie K. Owen, ed. (1999). "Ohio Historic Places Dictionary, Volume 2". Somerset Publishers, Inc. p. 60. Retrieved June 12, 2018.