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National Register of Historic Places listings in Hampshire County, Massachusetts

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Location of Hampshire County in Massachusetts
Location of Hampshire County in Massachusetts

This is a list of properties on the National Register of Historic Places in Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Hampshire County, Massachusetts, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a map.[1]

There are 82 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 3 National Historic Landmarks.

Contents: Counties in Massachusetts
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted July 23, 2021.[2]


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Current listings

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Amherst Central Business District December 27, 1991
(#91001859)
1-79 Main St., 13-31 N. Pleasant St., 1-79 S. Pleasant St., 1-18 Boltwood Ave.; also 30 Boltwood Avenue
42°22′38″N 72°31′13″W / 42.377222°N 72.520278°W / 42.377222; -72.520278 (Amherst Central Business District)
Amherst 30 Boltwood reflects a boundary increase of August 24, 2011
2 Amherst West Cemetery May 26, 2000
(#00000534)
Triangle St.
42°22′45″N 72°31′07″W / 42.379167°N 72.518611°W / 42.379167; -72.518611 (Amherst West Cemetery)
Amherst
3 Baird House January 3, 1985
(#85000026)
38 Shays St.
42°21′00″N 72°31′09″W / 42.35°N 72.519167°W / 42.35; -72.519167 (Baird House)
Amherst
4 Belchertown Center Historic District June 2, 1982
(#82001913)
Main, Maple, Walnut, Park, and Jabish Sts.
42°16′37″N 72°24′06″W / 42.276944°N 72.401667°W / 42.276944; -72.401667 (Belchertown Center Historic District)
Belchertown
5 Belchertown State School July 19, 1994
(#94000688)
30 State St.
42°16′28″N 72°25′27″W / 42.274444°N 72.424167°W / 42.274444; -72.424167 (Belchertown State School)
Belchertown
6 Bisbee Mill March 31, 2005
(#05000219)
66 East St.
42°22′36″N 72°49′09″W / 42.376667°N 72.819167°W / 42.376667; -72.819167 (Bisbee Mill)
Chesterfield
7 Bradstreet Historic District July 17, 1997
(#97000724)
Roughly bounded by Connecticut R., King St. and Stratis Rd.
42°24′19″N 72°35′26″W / 42.405278°N 72.590556°W / 42.405278; -72.590556 (Bradstreet Historic District)
Hatfield
8 William Cullen Bryant Homestead October 15, 1966
(#66000136)
2 mi (3.2 km) from Cummington on a side road
42°28′19″N 72°56′09″W / 42.471944°N 72.935833°W / 42.471944; -72.935833 (William Cullen Bryant Homestead)
Cummington
9 Building at 8–22 Graves Avenue November 7, 1985
(#85002784)
8–22 Graves Ave.
42°19′19″N 72°37′44″W / 42.321944°N 72.628889°W / 42.321944; -72.628889 (Building at 8–22 Graves Avenue)
Northampton
10 Center Cemetery April 16, 2013
(#13000170)
178 College Hwy. (Route 10)
42°14′06″N 72°43′37″W / 42.234869°N 72.727031°W / 42.234869; -72.727031 (Center Cemetery)
Southampton
11 Center Cemetery February 26, 2004
(#04000084)
Sam Hill Rd.
42°23′40″N 72°56′36″W / 42.394444°N 72.943333°W / 42.394444; -72.943333 (Center Cemetery)
Worthington
12 Chesterfield Center Historic District December 11, 2008
(#08001177)
Main Rd., South St., North Rd., Bagg Rd., Bryant St.
42°23′30″N 72°50′27″W / 42.391667°N 72.840833°W / 42.391667; -72.840833 (Chesterfield Center Historic District)
Chesterfield
13 Church Street Historic District May 23, 1986
(#86001246)
Church St. between Park Ave. and Highland St.
42°15′57″N 72°13′53″W / 42.265833°N 72.231389°W / 42.265833; -72.231389 (Church Street Historic District)
Ware
14 Conkey-Stevens House May 10, 1979
(#79000352)
664 Main St.
42°22′33″N 72°30′20″W / 42.375833°N 72.505556°W / 42.375833; -72.505556 (Conkey-Stevens House)
Amherst
15 Calvin Coolidge House December 12, 1976
(#76000262)
19-21 Massasoit St.
42°19′29″N 72°38′49″W / 42.324722°N 72.646944°W / 42.324722; -72.646944 (Calvin Coolidge House)
Northampton
16 Cushman Village Historic District November 5, 1992
(#92001553)
Roughly bounded by E. Leverett Rd. and Pine, Henry, Bridge and State Sts.
42°25′03″N 72°30′26″W / 42.4175°N 72.507222°W / 42.4175; -72.507222 (Cushman Village Historic District)
Amherst
17 Dickinson Historic District August 16, 1977
(#77000182)
Kellogg Ave., Main, Gray, and Lessey Sts.
42°22′35″N 72°30′55″W / 42.376389°N 72.515278°W / 42.376389; -72.515278 (Dickinson Historic District)
Amherst
18 Emily Dickinson House October 15, 1966
(#66000363)
280 Main St.
42°22′33″N 72°30′52″W / 42.375833°N 72.514444°W / 42.375833; -72.514444 (Emily Dickinson House)
Amherst
19 Dorsey–Jones House September 2, 2005
(#05000931)
191 Nonotuck St.
42°19′52″N 72°40′18″W / 42.331111°N 72.671667°W / 42.331111; -72.671667 (Dorsey–Jones House)
Northampton Underground Railroad in Massachusetts MPS
20 East Village Historic District July 6, 1986
(#86001408)
Main, N. and S. East Sts.
42°22′36″N 72°30′04″W / 42.376667°N 72.501111°W / 42.376667; -72.501111 (East Village Historic District)
Amherst
21 Elm Street Historic District December 7, 2000
(#00001481)
Elm, Sunset, and Scotland Sts., Little Neponset Rd.
42°21′35″N 72°37′00″W / 42.359722°N 72.616667°W / 42.359722; -72.616667 (Elm Street Historic District)
Hatfield
22 First Congregational Church March 3, 2020
(#100003963)
1 Church St.
42°15′31″N 72°34′31″W / 42.2586°N 72.5752°W / 42.2586; -72.5752 (First Congregational Church)
South Hadley
23 Fort Hill Historic District April 7, 1989
(#88000910)
Roughly South St. from Lyman to Monroe
42°18′43″N 72°38′01″W / 42.311944°N 72.633611°W / 42.311944; -72.633611 (Fort Hill Historic District)
Northampton
24 Gate Cemetery July 1, 2009
(#09000470)
Ireland Street
42°23′34″N 72°53′02″W / 42.392639°N 72.883889°W / 42.392639; -72.883889 (Gate Cemetery)
Chesterfield
25 Goodwin Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church April 28, 2000
(#00000416)
Woodside Ave.
42°22′15″N 72°31′23″W / 42.370833°N 72.523056°W / 42.370833; -72.523056 (Goodwin Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church)
Amherst
26 Goshen Town Hall August 28, 2018
(#100002829)
42 Main St.
42°26′29″N 72°48′00″W / 42.4414°N 72.8001°W / 42.4414; -72.8001 (Goshen Town Hall)
Goshen
27 Grove Hill Mansion August 11, 1982
(#82001910)
Florence Rd. and Front St.
42°21′11″N 72°41′58″W / 42.353056°N 72.699444°W / 42.353056; -72.699444 (Grove Hill Mansion)
Northampton
28 Hadley Center Historic District December 2, 1977
(#77000185)
Middle and Russell Sts.
42°20′28″N 72°35′22″W / 42.341111°N 72.589444°W / 42.341111; -72.589444 (Hadley Center Historic District)
Hadley
29 Hatfield Center Historic District July 27, 1994
(#94000737)
Roughly bounded by the Connecticut and Mill Rivers and Day Ave.
42°21′43″N 72°36′01″W / 42.361944°N 72.600278°W / 42.361944; -72.600278 (Hatfield Center Historic District)
Hatfield
30 Haydenville Historic District March 26, 1976
(#76000273)
Main and High Sts., and Kingsley Ave.
42°22′31″N 72°42′09″W / 42.375278°N 72.7025°W / 42.375278; -72.7025 (Haydenville Historic District)
Williamsburg
31 Hockanum Rural Historic District December 30, 1993
(#93001474)
Area surrounding Hockanum Rd., from Hockanum Cemetery to the NE corner of Skinner State Park
42°17′52″N 72°35′53″W / 42.297778°N 72.598056°W / 42.297778; -72.598056 (Hockanum Rural Historic District)
Hadley
32 Huntington Village Historic District September 15, 1999
(#99001080)
Roughly along E. Main, Main, Russell, Upper Russell and Basket Sts.
42°14′07″N 72°52′54″W / 42.235278°N 72.881667°W / 42.235278; -72.881667 (Huntington Village Historic District)
Huntington
33 Ireland Street Cemetery July 1, 2009
(#09000471)
Ireland Street
42°21′54″N 72°53′03″W / 42.365°N 72.884167°W / 42.365; -72.884167 (Ireland Street Cemetery)
Chesterfield
34 Lincoln-Sunset Historic District February 22, 1993
(#93000008)
Roughly, Lincoln Ave. from Northampton Rd. to Fearing St.
42°22′33″N 72°31′33″W / 42.375833°N 72.525833°W / 42.375833; -72.525833 (Lincoln-Sunset Historic District)
Amherst
35 Lockville Historic District January 24, 2001
(#00001657)
College Hwy.
42°12′42″N 72°43′52″W / 42.211667°N 72.731111°W / 42.211667; -72.731111 (Lockville Historic District)
Southampton
36 Main Street Historic District March 17, 1986
(#86000451)
Main St. between Northampton and Center Sts.
42°16′11″N 72°40′22″W / 42.269722°N 72.672778°W / 42.269722; -72.672778 (Main Street Historic District)
Easthampton
37 The Manse October 14, 1976
(#76000263)
54 Prospect St.
42°19′20″N 72°38′12″W / 42.322222°N 72.636667°W / 42.322222; -72.636667 (The Manse)
Northampton
38 Middlefield-Becket Stone Arch Railroad Bridge District April 11, 1980
(#80000502)
Middlefield vicinity
42°18′44″N 73°01′10″W / 42.312222°N 73.019444°W / 42.312222; -73.019444 (Middlefield-Becket Stone Arch Railroad Bridge District)
Middlefield
39 Middlefield Center Historic District October 3, 2012
(#12000827)
138-188 Skyline Trail, & 7 Bell Rd.
42°20′55″N 73°00′55″W / 42.348712°N 73.015394°W / 42.348712; -73.015394 (Middlefield Center Historic District)
Middlefield
40 Mill-Prospect Street Historic District October 22, 2002
(#02001188)
Prospect, Chestnut, Bridge, School Sts., Raymond Ave., Prospect Court
42°22′31″N 72°36′47″W / 42.375278°N 72.613056°W / 42.375278; -72.613056 (Mill-Prospect Street Historic District)
Hatfield
41 Miss Florence Diner September 22, 1999
(#99001123)
99 Main St.
42°20′07″N 72°40′18″W / 42.335278°N 72.671667°W / 42.335278; -72.671667 (Miss Florence Diner)
Northampton
42 Mountain Rest November 10, 1983
(#83003984)
Wildwood Lane off Spruce Corner Rd.
42°27′36″N 72°50′23″W / 42.46°N 72.839722°W / 42.46; -72.839722 (Mountain Rest)
Goshen An early 19th century missionary retreat camp; converted into condominiums in 1987.
43 Nashawannuck Mills Historic District February 12, 2015
(#15000001)
1-15 Cottage St.
42°15′57″N 72°40′02″W / 42.265889°N 72.667231°W / 42.265889; -72.667231 (Nashawannuck Mills Historic District)
Easthampton
44 North Amherst Center Historic District December 13, 1991
(#91001824)
1184-1136 N. Pleasant St., 1-39 Pine St., 11-13 Meadow St.
42°24′33″N 72°31′52″W / 42.409167°N 72.531111°W / 42.409167; -72.531111 (North Amherst Center Historic District)
Amherst
45 North Cemetery March 3, 2004
(#04000121)
Cold St.
42°25′22″N 72°56′49″W / 42.422778°N 72.946944°W / 42.422778; -72.946944 (North Cemetery)
Worthington
46 North Hadley Historic District December 30, 1993
(#93001475)
Roughly, area along River Dr.from Stockwell Rd. to Stockbridge St., including French, Meadow and Mt. Warner Sts.
42°23′23″N 72°34′50″W / 42.389722°N 72.580556°W / 42.389722; -72.580556 (North Hadley Historic District)
Hadley
47 North Hatfield Historic District October 30, 1997
(#97000879)
Roughly along West St. and Depot Rd. Between I-91 and MA 10
42°24′33″N 72°37′26″W / 42.409167°N 72.623889°W / 42.409167; -72.623889 (North Hatfield Historic District)
Hatfield
48 Northampton Downtown Historic District May 17, 1976
(#76000270)
Roughly bounded by Hampton, Pearl, Strong, Bedford, Elm, MA 66, and railroad tracks
42°19′05″N 72°37′57″W / 42.318056°N 72.6325°W / 42.318056; -72.6325 (Northampton Downtown Historic District)
Northampton Boundary increase approved July 3, 1985.
49 Northampton State Hospital July 25, 1994
(#94000696)
1 Prince St.
42°18′45″N 72°39′16″W / 42.3125°N 72.6544°W / 42.3125; -72.6544 (Northampton State Hospital)
Northampton Facilities largely demolished in the 2000s.
50 Northampton Veterans Administration Hospital Historic District December 4, 2012
(#12000994)
421 N. Main St.
42°20′59″N 72°40′54″W / 42.34976°N 72.68163°W / 42.34976; -72.68163 (Northampton Veterans Administration Hospital Historic District)
Northampton
51 Old Chapel May 11, 2015
(#15000211)
144 Hicks Way
42°23′20″N 72°31′41″W / 42.3890°N 72.528°W / 42.3890; -72.528 (Old Chapel)
Amherst One of the oldest buildings on the campus of the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
52 Old Mill Site Historic District June 2, 1982
(#82001911)
48 and 50 Prospect St.
42°22′16″N 72°35′49″W / 42.371111°N 72.596944°W / 42.371111; -72.596944 (Old Mill Site Historic District)
Hatfield
53 Otis Company Mill No. 1 May 2, 1982
(#82001909)
E. Main St.
42°15′31″N 72°14′20″W / 42.258611°N 72.238889°W / 42.258611; -72.238889 (Otis Company Mill No. 1)
Ware
54 Parsons, Shepherd, and Damon Houses Historic District June 6, 2001
(#01000627)
46, 58 and 66 Bridge St.
42°19′20″N 72°37′35″W / 42.322222°N 72.626389°W / 42.322222; -72.626389 (Parsons, Shepherd, and Damon Houses Historic District)
Northampton
55 Pelham Town Hall Historic District November 23, 1971
(#71000085)
Amherst Rd. at the corner of Daniel Shays Hwy.
42°23′32″N 72°24′16″W / 42.392222°N 72.404444°W / 42.392222; -72.404444 (Pelham Town Hall Historic District)
Pelham
56 Plainfield Center Historic District July 27, 2015
(#15000468)
Portions of Church Ln., Broom, Central, Main, Pleasant & Union Sts.
42°30′58″N 72°54′48″W / 42.5162°N 72.9133°W / 42.5162; -72.9133 (Plainfield Center Historic District)
Plainfield
57 Pomeroy Terrace Historic District May 11, 2018
(#100002420)
Pomeroy Terr., Phillips & Butler Pls., Bixby Ct., Hawley, Hancock, & Bridge Sts.
42°19′13″N 72°37′30″W / 42.3204°N 72.6251°W / 42.3204; -72.6251 (Pomeroy Terrace Historic District)
Northampton
58 Porter-Phelps-Huntington House March 26, 1973
(#73000303)
130 River Dr.
42°22′19″N 72°35′24″W / 42.371944°N 72.59°W / 42.371944; -72.59 (Porter-Phelps-Huntington House)
Hadley
59 Prospect-Gaylord Historic District February 4, 1993
(#93000007)
Roughly, Prospect St. from Northampton Rd. to Hallock St. and Gaylord and Amity Sts. W from Prospect toward Lincoln Ave.
42°22′33″N 72°31′22″W / 42.375833°N 72.522778°W / 42.375833; -72.522778 (Prospect-Gaylord Historic District)
Amherst
60 Ringville Cemetery February 11, 2004
(#04000024)
Witt Hill Rd.
42°22′13″N 72°54′56″W / 42.370278°N 72.915556°W / 42.370278; -72.915556 (Ringville Cemetery)
Worthington
61 Ross Farm January 8, 2008
(#07001360)
123 Meadow St.
42°20′02″N 72°40′49″W / 42.3339°N 72.6803°W / 42.3339; -72.6803 (Ross Farm)
Northampton Underground Railroad in Massachusetts MPS
62 Smith Alumnae Gymnasium April 30, 1976
(#76000259)
Smith College campus Green St.
42°19′01″N 72°38′18″W / 42.3169°N 72.6383°W / 42.3169; -72.6383 (Smith Alumnae Gymnasium)
Northampton
63 South Amherst Common Historic District February 17, 1995
(#95000100)
445 Shays St., South Amherst Common, 979-1081 S. East St. and 324 Pomeroy Ln.
42°20′29″N 72°30′18″W / 42.3414°N 72.505°W / 42.3414; -72.505 (South Amherst Common Historic District)
Amherst
64 South Hadley Canal Historic District March 11, 1992
(#92000077)
Along the historic canal route near the Connecticut River
42°13′15″N 72°36′33″W / 42.2208°N 72.6092°W / 42.2208; -72.6092 (South Hadley Canal Historic District)
South Hadley
65 South Worthington Historic District September 1, 2005
(#05000935)
Ireland St., Conwell Rd., Huntington Rd., Thrasher Hill Rd., Higgins Rd. S. Worthington Rd.
42°20′47″N 72°53′36″W / 42.3464°N 72.8933°W / 42.3464; -72.8933 (South Worthington Historic District)
Worthington and Chesterfield
66 Southampton Center Historic District April 4, 1991
(#91000363)
Roughly, High St. from Fomer Rd. to Maple St., College Hwy. from Clark St. to East St. and East from College to Clark
42°13′25″N 72°43′55″W / 42.2236°N 72.7319°W / 42.2236; -72.7319 (Southampton Center Historic District)
Southampton
67 Strong House July 5, 1984
(#84002457)
67 Amity St.
42°22′33″N 72°31′19″W / 42.3758°N 72.5219°W / 42.3758; -72.5219 (Strong House)
Amherst
68 The Town Farm September 12, 1996
(#96000950)
75 Oliver St.
42°16′50″N 72°41′51″W / 42.2806°N 72.6975°W / 42.2806; -72.6975 (The Town Farm)
Easthampton
69 Upper Main Street Historic District July 22, 1994
(#94000735)
Main St. from 83 Main to Cow Bridge, 1-44 King St. and 6-70 North St.
42°23′15″N 72°35′52″W / 42.3875°N 72.5978°W / 42.3875; -72.5978 (Upper Main Street Historic District)
Hatfield
70 US Post Office-Easthampton Main April 1, 1986
(#86000714)
19 Union St.
42°16′10″N 72°40′19″W / 42.2694°N 72.6719°W / 42.2694; -72.6719 (US Post Office-Easthampton Main)
Easthampton
71 US Post Office-South Hadley Main May 28, 1986
(#86001188)
1 Hadley St.
42°15′30″N 72°34′31″W / 42.2583°N 72.5753°W / 42.2583; -72.5753 (US Post Office-South Hadley Main)
South Hadley
72 Walker-Collis House September 30, 1982
(#82001903)
1 Stadler St.
42°16′21″N 72°24′38″W / 42.2725°N 72.4106°W / 42.2725; -72.4106 (Walker-Collis House)
Belchertown
73 Ware Center Historic District May 8, 1986
(#86001013)
MA 9 and Greenwich Plains Rd.
42°15′40″N 72°16′42″W / 42.2611°N 72.2783°W / 42.2611; -72.2783 (Ware Center Historic District)
Ware
74 Ware Millyard Historic District November 21, 1986
(#86003508)
Roughly bounded by South St., the Ware River, Upper Dam Complex, Park St., Otis Ave. and Church St.
42°15′33″N 72°14′17″W / 42.2592°N 72.2381°W / 42.2592; -72.2381 (Ware Millyard Historic District)
Ware
75 Ware Town Hall June 26, 1986
(#86001403)
Main and West Sts.
42°15′36″N 72°14′35″W / 42.26°N 72.2431°W / 42.26; -72.2431 (Ware Town Hall)
Ware
76 Ware-Hardwick Covered Bridge May 8, 1986
(#86001006)
Old Gilbertville Rd. and Bridge St.
42°18′37″N 72°12′45″W / 42.3103°N 72.2125°W / 42.3103; -72.2125 (Ware-Hardwick Covered Bridge)
Ware
77 West Chesterfield Historic District September 25, 2008
(#08000950)
1-70 Ireland St. and unnumbered lots, 620-669 Main Rd., section of Cummington Rd.
42°24′12″N 72°52′37″W / 42.4033°N 72.8769°W / 42.4033; -72.8769 (West Chesterfield Historic District)
Chesterfield
78 West Hatfield Historic District February 24, 2005
(#05000079)
3-12 Church Ave., 2 Linseed Rd., 23-42 West St.
42°22′19″N 72°38′12″W / 42.3719°N 72.6367°W / 42.3719; -72.6367 (West Hatfield Historic District)
Hatfield
79 Western Railroad Stone Arch Bridges and Chester Factory Village Depot January 13, 2021
(#100006273)
Vicinity of Herbert Cross Road, Middlefield/Becket Line (Bridges and Roadbed); 10 Prospect Street (Depot)
42°18′20″N 73°00′19″W / 42.3055°N 73.0054°W / 42.3055; -73.0054 (Western Railroad Stone Arch Bridges and Chester Factory Village Depot)
Middlefield Extends into Chester and Becket; includes a subset of the Middlefield-Becket Stone Arch Railroad Bridge District.
80 Westside Historic District July 25, 2000
(#00000793)
Baker and Snell Sts., Northampton Rd., and Hazel Ave.
42°22′00″N 72°31′51″W / 42.3667°N 72.5308°W / 42.3667; -72.5308 (Westside Historic District)
Amherst
81 Williamsburg Center Historic District June 22, 1980
(#80000506)
MA 9
42°23′32″N 72°43′49″W / 42.3922°N 72.7303°W / 42.3922; -72.7303 (Williamsburg Center Historic District)
Williamsburg
82 Woodbridge Street Historic District November 14, 1983
(#83003987)
3 and 7 Silver St., 25-82 Woodbridge St.
42°15′52″N 72°34′21″W / 42.2644°N 72.5725°W / 42.2644; -72.5725 (Woodbridge Street Historic District)
South Hadley

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References

  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 Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved July 23, 2021.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an alphabetical 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.
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