National Register of Historic Places listings in Chester County, Pennsylvania

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There are 320 properties and districts listed on the National Register in Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States.

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    This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted June 17, 2022. [1]

Number of listings by region

For the purposes of this list, the county is split into three regions: Eastern, Northern, and Southern. Eastern Chester County is defined as being the municipalities south and east of a line extending from Phoenixville to Exton to West Chester; Northern Chester County is defined as being the municipalities north of the Pennsylvania Main Line and west of a line extending from Phoenixville to Exton; and Southern Chester County is defined as being the municipalities south of the Pennsylvania Main Line and west of West Chester. One district is split between Northern and Eastern Chester County.

Region# of Sites
1 Eastern 113
2 Northern 89
3 Southern 122
(Duplicates):(1) [2]
Total:323
St. Peters Village Historic District, Northern St Peters PA.jpg
St. Peters Village Historic District, Northern
Hares Hill Road Bridge, Northern Hareshill.jpg
Hares Hill Road Bridge, Northern
Valley Forge National Historical Park, Eastern Valley Forge cabin.jpg
Valley Forge National Historical Park, Eastern
Mercer's Mill Covered Bridge, Southern Mercer's Mill Covered Bridge 2600px.jpg
Mercer's Mill Covered Bridge, Southern
Barns-Brinton House, Southern Barns-Brinton House rear.jpg
Barns-Brinton House, Southern
West Chester Downtown Historic District, Eastern Westchester.jpg
West Chester Downtown Historic District, Eastern

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