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National Register of Historic Places listings in southern Westchester County, New York

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Location of Westchester County in New York
Location of Westchester County in New York
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This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in southern Westchester County, New York, excluding the cities of New Rochelle and Yonkers, which have separate lists of their own.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in the southern half of Westchester County, New York, United States. The following communities comprise this region:

Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in Google Maps.[1]

Of the 233 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, 88, including six National Historic Landmarks (NHLs), are on this list. Two, the Bronx River Parkway and Old Croton Aqueduct, the latter an NHL, are linear listings included on both this list and the northern Westchester list.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 1, 2019.[2]
Contents: Counties in New York
Albany (Albany)AlleganyBronxBroomeCattaraugusCayugaChautauquaChemungChenangoClintonColumbiaCortlandDelawareDutchess (Poughkeepsie, Rhinebeck)Erie (Buffalo)EssexFranklinFultonGeneseeGreeneHamiltonHerkimerJeffersonKingsLewisLivingstonMadisonMonroe (Rochester)MontgomeryNassauNew York (Below 14th Street, 14th to 59th Streets, 59th to 110th Streets, Above 110th Street, Islands)NiagaraOneidaOnondagaOntarioOrangeOrleansOswegoOtsegoPutnamQueensRensselaerRichmondRocklandSt. LawrenceSaratogaSchenectadySchoharieSchuylerSenecaSteubenSuffolkSullivanTiogaTompkinsUlsterWarrenWashingtonWayneWestchester (Northern, Southern, New Rochelle, Peekskill, Yonkers)WyomingYates

Current listings

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 African Cemetery October 3, 2003
(#03000999)
North St.
40°58′34″N 73°42′12″W / 40.976111°N 73.703333°W / 40.976111; -73.703333 (African Cemetery)
Rye Historic segregated cemetery, established in 1860 and used until 1964, including burial of veterans from the Civil War through World War II; located within Greenwood Union Cemetery.
2 Armour-Stiner House December 18, 1975
(#75001238)
45 W. Clinton Ave.
41°01′51″N 73°52′16″W / 41.030833°N 73.871111°W / 41.030833; -73.871111 (Armour-Stiner House)
Irvington Possibly the only domed octagon house in the world
3 Bar Building May 17, 2007
(#07000331)
199 Main St.
41°01′57″N 73°46′05″W / 41.0325°N 73.768056°W / 41.0325; -73.768056 (Bar Building)
White Plains
4 Bird Homestead February 22, 2010
(#10000032)
600 Milton Rd.
40°57′34″N 73°41′21″W / 40.959583°N 73.689214°W / 40.959583; -73.689214 (Bird Homestead)
Rye Original Greek Revival home built in 1835 with several farm buildings of the Bird family
5 Bolton Priory June 28, 1974
(#74001320)
7 Priory Lane
40°53′13″N 73°47′45″W / 40.886944°N 73.795833°W / 40.886944; -73.795833 (Bolton Priory)
Pelham Manor
6 Evangeline Booth House February 22, 2011
(#11000040)
101 N. Central Ave.
41°01′12″N 73°47′50″W / 41.02°N 73.797222°W / 41.02; -73.797222 (Evangeline Booth House)
Hartsdale
7 Boston Post Road Historic District October 29, 1982
(#82001275)
Roughly bounded by Boston Post Rd. and Milton Harbor
40°57′17″N 73°42′01″W / 40.954722°N 73.700278°W / 40.954722; -73.700278 (Boston Post Road Historic District)
Rye The only National Historic Landmark District in Westchester County. Includes the childhood home of Founding Father John Jay, and a nature preserve.
8 Bronx River Parkway Reservation January 11, 1991
(#90002143)
Bronx River Pkwy. from jct. with Sprain Brook Rd. to and including Kensico Dam Plaza
41°00′59″N 73°47′47″W / 41.016389°N 73.796389°W / 41.016389; -73.796389 (Bronx River Parkway Reservation)
Valhalla and Bronxville
9 Bronxville Women's Club October 3, 2007
(#07001041)
135 Midland Ave.
40°56′30″N 73°49′35″W / 40.9418°N 73.8265°W / 40.9418; -73.8265 (Bronxville Women's Club)
Bronxville
10 Bush-Lyon Homestead April 22, 1982
(#82003412)
John Lyon Park, King St.
41°00′48″N 73°40′03″W / 41.0133°N 73.6675°W / 41.0133; -73.6675 (Bush-Lyon Homestead)
Port Chester
11 Capitol Theater June 7, 1984
(#84003426)
147-151 Westchester Ave.
41°00′06″N 73°39′56″W / 41.0017°N 73.6656°W / 41.0017; -73.6656 (Capitol Theater)
Port Chester
12 Church of St. Barnabas March 24, 2000
(#00000241)
15 N Broadway
41°02′23″N 73°51′57″W / 41.039722°N 73.865833°W / 41.039722; -73.865833 (Church of St. Barnabas)
Irvington 1853 stone Gothic Revival church has included Washington Irving, Philip Schuyler and Jay Gould as members
13 Church of St. Joseph of Arimathea January 11, 2002
(#01001439)
2172 Saw Mill River Rd.
41°02′37″N 73°49′46″W / 41.04359°N 73.82944°W / 41.04359; -73.82944 (Church of St. Joseph of Arimathea)
Greenburgh
14 Jasper F. Cropsey House and Studio
Jasper F. Cropsey House and Studio
May 17, 1973
(#73001287)
49 Washington Ave.
40°59′35″N 73°52′55″W / 40.993056°N 73.88194°W / 40.993056; -73.88194 (Jasper F. Cropsey House and Studio)
Hastings-on-Hudson
15 Old Croton Aqueduct December 2, 1974
(#74001324)
Runs N from Yonkers to New Croton Dam
41°00′52″N 73°53′14″W / 41.014444°N 73.887222°W / 41.014444; -73.887222 (Old Croton Aqueduct)
Various First long-distance aqueduct built to provide water from upstate to New York City. An engineering marvel in its time now used as a linear park
16 John William Draper House May 15, 1975
(#75001237)
407 Broadway
40°59′29″N 73°52′47″W / 40.991389°N 73.879722°W / 40.991389; -73.879722 (John William Draper House)
Hastings-on-Hudson Home of astrophotography pioneer John William Draper, who in the 1840s took the first recognizable photo of the moon through a telescope at his observatory here.
17 East Irvington School October 6, 1983
(#83004216)
Taxter Rd.
41°02′46″N 73°51′21″W / 41.046111°N 73.855833°W / 41.046111; -73.855833 (East Irvington School)
East Irvington Late 19th-century school built for children of growing Irish immigrant population; now apartments.
18 Edgewood House June 26, 1986
(#86001388)
908 Edgewood Ave.
40°53′41″N 73°49′13″W / 40.894722°N 73.820278°W / 40.894722; -73.820278 (Edgewood House)
Pelham Manor
19 Elmsford Reformed Church and Cemetery
Elmsford Reformed Church and Cemetery
September 15, 1983
(#83001828)
30 S. Central Ave.
41°03′14″N 73°49′15″W / 41.053889°N 73.820833°W / 41.053889; -73.820833 (Elmsford Reformed Church and Cemetery)
Elmsford Congregation organized in 1790; church building erected three years later is oldest building in village and oldest church in continuous use in county
20 Estherwood and Carriage House November 20, 1979
(#79001646)
Clinton Ave.
41°00′46″N 73°52′21″W / 41.012778°N 73.8725°W / 41.012778; -73.8725 (Estherwood and Carriage House)
Dobbs Ferry Late 19th-century mansion and estate of industrial tycoon James Jenning McComb; now part of The Masters School, which he helped endow.
21 First United Methodist Church January 7, 2000
(#99001656)
226 E. Lincoln Ave.
40°55′06″N 73°49′47″W / 40.918333°N 73.829722°W / 40.918333; -73.829722 (First United Methodist Church)
Mount Vernon
22 Leo Friedlander Studio July 29, 1982
(#82003416)
825 W. Hartsdale Rd.
41°02′35″N 73°48′34″W / 41.043056°N 73.809444°W / 41.043056; -73.809444 (Leo Friedlander Studio)
Greenburgh
23 Good Counsel Complex April 25, 1997
(#97000358)
52 N. Broadway
41°02′21″N 73°45′52″W / 41.039167°N 73.764444°W / 41.039167; -73.764444 (Good Counsel Complex)
White Plains
24 Percy Grainger Home and Studio April 8, 1993
(#93000234)
7 Cromwell Pl.
41°01′38″N 73°46′02″W / 41.027222°N 73.767222°W / 41.027222; -73.767222 (Percy Grainger Home and Studio)
White Plains
25 Hadden-Margolis House March 7, 2008
(#08000146)
61 Winfield Ln.
40°58′19″N 73°44′16″W / 40.971878°N 73.737672°W / 40.971878; -73.737672 (Hadden-Margolis House)
Harrison
26 Hartsdale Pet Cemetery August 17, 2012
(#12000535)
75 N. Central Park Ave.
41°01′17″N 73°47′49″W / 41.021501°N 73.796929°W / 41.021501; -73.796929 (Hartsdale Pet Cemetery)
Hartsdale
27 Hartsdale Railroad Station July 14, 2011
(#11000453)
1 E. Hartsdale Ave.
41°00′40″N 73°47′45″W / 41.0112°N 73.7958°W / 41.0112; -73.7958 (Hartsdale Railroad Station)
Hartsdale 1915 railroad station building
28 Hastings Prototype House December 19, 1991
(#91001873)
546 Farragut Pkwy.
40°59′04″N 73°52′17″W / 40.984444°N 73.871389°W / 40.984444; -73.871389 (Hastings Prototype House)
Hastings-on-Hudson 1936 Moderne house, built by local developer, was meant to be pattern for a housing development in Florida that was never built. Architect's only work in this style.
29 Widow Haviland's Tavern April 16, 1974
(#74001322)
Purchase St.
40°58′55″N 73°41′05″W / 40.981944°N 73.684722°W / 40.981944; -73.684722 (Widow Haviland's Tavern)
Rye
30 Caleb Hyatt House January 22, 1973
(#73001291)
937 White Plains Post Rd.
40°58′54″N 73°48′00″W / 40.98167°N 73.8001°W / 40.98167; -73.8001 (Caleb Hyatt House)
Scarsdale
31 Hyatt-Livingston House October 5, 1972
(#72000917)
152 Broadway
41°00′32″N 73°52′45″W / 41.008889°N 73.879167°W / 41.008889; -73.879167 (Hyatt-Livingston House)
Dobbs Ferry Burned down in 1974
32 Irvington Historic District January 15, 2014
(#13001095)
N. & S. Astor, Broadway, Buckhout, Cottenet, Dearman, Dutcher, Eckar & Ferris Sts., Bridge St., E. & W. Home Pl.
41°02′21″N 73°52′20″W / 41.0392731°N 73.8723192°W / 41.0392731; -73.8723192 (Irvington Historic District)
Irvington Historic core of small riverside suburb; See map
33 Irvington Town Hall November 1, 1984
(#84000205)
85 Main St.
41°02′25″N 73°52′06″W / 41.040278°N 73.868333°W / 41.040278; -73.868333 (Irvington Town Hall)
Irvington Built in 1902, early use of Colonial Revival in a civic building. Upper floors have an auditorium for performances and community gatherings, was home to public library until 2000.
34 Timothy Knapp House and Milton Cemetery June 14, 1982
(#82003413)
265 Rye Beach Ave. and Milton Rd.
40°57′53″N 73°41′12″W / 40.964722°N 73.686667°W / 40.964722; -73.686667 (Timothy Knapp House and Milton Cemetery)
Rye Built between 1667 and 1670 by Timothy Knapp
35 Lawrence Park Historic District January 23, 1980
(#80002788)
Roughly bounded by Side Hill, Prescott, Kensington, Garden and Chestnut Ave., Maidens Ln., and Valley and Pondfield Rds.
40°56′27″N 73°50′19″W / 40.940833°N 73.838611°W / 40.940833; -73.838611 (Lawrence Park Historic District)
Bronxville
36 Life Savers Building July 11, 1985
(#85001496)
N. Main St.
41°00′20″N 73°39′52″W / 41.0056°N 73.6644°W / 41.0056; -73.6644 (Life Savers Building)
Port Chester Now a condominium complex
37 Lord and Burnham Building February 12, 1999
(#99000193)
2 Main St.
41°02′22″N 73°52′23″W / 41.039444°N 73.873056°W / 41.039444; -73.873056 (Lord and Burnham Building)
Irvington 1870 building, home to eponymous maker of conservatories and greenhouses that supplied local estates, is now the village's library after lengthy restoration.
38 Mamaroneck Methodist Church October 2, 1992
(#92001304)
514 Boston Post Rd.
40°57′05″N 73°43′48″W / 40.951389°N 73.73°W / 40.951389; -73.73 (Mamaroneck Methodist Church)
Mamaroneck
39 Manor Club May 12, 2014
(#14000207)
1023 Esplanade
40°53′30″N 73°48′14″W / 40.891535°N 73.80378°W / 40.891535; -73.80378 (Manor Club)
Pelham Manor
40 Mapleton September 28, 1976
(#76001295)
52 N. Broadway
41°02′18″N 73°45′54″W / 41.038333°N 73.765°W / 41.038333; -73.765 (Mapleton)
White Plains
41 Marble Schoolhouse July 6, 2005
(#05000663)
388 California Rd.
40°55′53″N 73°48′41″W / 40.931389°N 73.811389°W / 40.931389; -73.811389 (Marble Schoolhouse)
Eastchester
42 Masterton-Dusenberry House April 16, 1980
(#80002789)
90 White Plains Rd.
40°56′13″N 73°49′06″W / 40.9369°N 73.8182°W / 40.9369; -73.8182 (Masterton-Dusenberry House)
Bronxville
43 McVickar House January 14, 2004
(#03001398)
131 Main St.
41°02′20″N 73°51′57″W / 41.038944°N 73.865847°W / 41.038944; -73.865847 (McVickar House)
Irvington 1853 Greek Revival house is second oldest on village's Main Street
44 New York, Westchester & Boston Railway Highbrook Avenue Bridge August 2, 2016
(#16000487)
Highbrook Ave. between Lincoln & Harmon Aves
40°54′50″N 73°48′17″W / 40.913867°N 73.804622°W / 40.913867; -73.804622 (New York, Westchester & Boston Railway Highbrook Avenue Bridge)
Pelham Early example of a reinforced concrete arch bridge, dating to 1911
45 Nuits April 13, 1977
(#77000986)
Hudson Rd. and Clifton Pl.
41°01′29″N 73°52′31″W / 41.024722°N 73.875278°W / 41.024722; -73.875278 (Nuits)
Ardsley-on-Hudson 1852 Italian villa-style house was early work by Detlef Lienau; later home to Cyrus West Field and John Jacob Astor III. Only extant example of Lienau's early residential work.
46 Odell House March 28, 1973
(#73001286)
425 Ridge Rd.
41°01′10″N 73°49′04″W / 41.019444°N 73.817778°W / 41.019444; -73.817778 (Odell House)
Greenburgh
47 Pelham Picture House May 28, 2010
(#10000305)
175 Wolf's Lane
40°54′26″N 73°48′41″W / 40.907311°N 73.811389°W / 40.907311; -73.811389 (Pelham Picture House)
Pelham
48 Pelhamdale November 4, 1982
(#82001276)
45 Iden Ave.
40°54′03″N 73°48′55″W / 40.900833°N 73.815278°W / 40.900833; -73.815278 (Pelhamdale)
Pelham Manor
49 Peoples National Bank and Trust Company Building September 14, 2000
(#00001119)
31 Mamaroneck Ave.
41°01′54″N 73°46′00″W / 41.031667°N 73.766667°W / 41.031667; -73.766667 (Peoples National Bank and Trust Company Building)
White Plains
50 Playland Amusement Park July 4, 1980
(#80004529)
Playland Pkwy. and Forest Ave.
40°58′08″N 73°40′17″W / 40.968889°N 73.671389°W / 40.968889; -73.671389 (Playland Amusement Park)
Rye An early example of an amusement park designed for visitors by car as opposed to public transit; Art Deco stylings on attractions widely copied
51 Presbyterian Rest for Convalescents April 27, 2011
(#11000230)
69 N. Broadway
41°02′19″N 73°46′03″W / 41.038594°N 73.76752°W / 41.038594; -73.76752 (Presbyterian Rest for Convalescents)
White Plains
52 Jacob Purdy House August 31, 1979
(#79001651)
60 Park Ave.
41°02′12″N 73°46′26″W / 41.036667°N 73.773889°W / 41.036667; -73.773889 (Jacob Purdy House)
White Plains
53 Putnam and Mellor Engine and Hose Company Firehouse September 15, 1983
(#83001831)
46 S. Main St.
40°59′58″N 73°39′55″W / 40.9994°N 73.6653°W / 40.9994; -73.6653 (Putnam and Mellor Engine and Hose Company Firehouse)
Port Chester Torn down in 2007
54 Reid Hall, Manhattanville College March 22, 1974
(#74001321)
Manhattanville College, Purchase St.
41°01′56″N 73°42′58″W / 41.032222°N 73.716111°W / 41.032222; -73.716111 (Reid Hall, Manhattanville College)
Purchase
55 Romer-Van Tassel House November 25, 1994
(#94001373)
2121 Saw Mill River Rd.
41°02′39″N 73°49′40″W / 41.044167°N 73.827778°W / 41.044167; -73.827778 (Romer-Van Tassel House)
Greenburgh
56 Rye Meeting House January 14, 2011
(#10001134)
624 Milton Rd.
40°57′31″N 73°41′20″W / 40.958611°N 73.688889°W / 40.958611; -73.688889 (Rye Meeting House)
Rye Original one room school house built in the 1830s, used as a chapel and later as a Quaker meeting house. Built in the Gothic Revival style.
57 Rye Town Park-Bathing Complex and Oakland Beach April 18, 2003
(#03000252)
Forrest Ave., bet. Rye Beach and Dearborn Ave.
40°57′39″N 73°40′45″W / 40.960833°N 73.679167°W / 40.960833; -73.679167 (Rye Town Park-Bathing Complex and Oakland Beach)
Rye
58 St. Paul's Church National Historic Site October 15, 1966
(#66000580)
Eastchester
40°53′36″N 73°49′33″W / 40.893383°N 73.825767°W / 40.893383; -73.825767 (St. Paul's Church National Historic Site)
Mount Vernon
59 St. Peter's Episcopal Church April 12, 2006
(#06000260)
19 Smith St.
41°00′14″N 73°40′01″W / 41.0039°N 73.6669°W / 41.0039; -73.6669 (St. Peter's Episcopal Church)
Port Chester
60 St. Thomas' Episcopal Church Complex August 12, 2003
(#03000242)
158-168 W. Boston Post Rd.
40°56′53″N 73°44′07″W / 40.948056°N 73.735278°W / 40.948056; -73.735278 (St. Thomas' Episcopal Church Complex)
Mamaroneck
61 Scarsdale Railroad Station July 27, 2000
(#00000837)
Popham Rd. at Bronx River Pkwy.
40°59′22″N 73°48′32″W / 40.989444°N 73.808889°W / 40.989444; -73.808889 (Scarsdale Railroad Station)
Scarsdale
62 Scarsdale Woman's Club February 29, 2008
(#08000110)
37 Drake Rd.
40°59′14″N 73°47′36″W / 40.9871°N 73.7932°W / 40.9871; -73.7932 (Scarsdale Woman's Club)
Scarsdale
63 Skinny House May 18, 2015
(#15000235)
175 Grand St.
40°57′17″N 73°44′33″W / 40.95486°N 73.74238°W / 40.95486; -73.74238 (Skinny House)
Mamaroneck Depression-era house built by African-American architect on small parcel
64 Soundview Manor November 25, 2009
(#09000957)
283 Soundview Ave.
41°00′15″N 73°45′55″W / 41.0043°N 73.7653°W / 41.0043; -73.7653 (Soundview Manor)
White Plains
65 South Presbyterian Church May 26, 2000
(#00000548)
343 Broadway
41°00′53″N 73°52′22″W / 41.014722°N 73.872778°W / 41.014722; -73.872778 (South Presbyterian Church)
Dobbs Ferry 1869 stone Gothic Revival church is the only known building by Julius Munckowitz, later involved in developing New York City's park system
66 Spanish American War Monument to the 71st Infantry Regiment January 14, 2011
(#10001133)
Jackson Avenue & Saw Mill River Road
41°00′38″N 73°51′50″W / 41.01068°N 73.863788°W / 41.01068; -73.863788 (Spanish American War Monument to the 71st Infantry Regiment)
Greenburgh
67 John Stevens House April 26, 1972
(#72000919)
29 W. 4th St.
40°54′15″N 73°50′08″W / 40.904167°N 73.835556°W / 40.904167; -73.835556 (John Stevens House)
Mount Vernon
68 Stony Hill Cemetery June 25, 1999
(#99000753)
Buckout Rd.
41°03′18″N 73°44′59″W / 41.055°N 73.749722°W / 41.055; -73.749722 (Stony Hill Cemetery)
Harrison
69 Trinity Episcopal Church Complex September 1, 1998
(#97001494)
335 Fourth Ave.
40°54′11″N 73°50′02″W / 40.903056°N 73.833889°W / 40.903056; -73.833889 (Trinity Episcopal Church Complex)
Mount Vernon
70 Tuckahoe High School February 24, 2010
(#10000045)
65 Siwanoy Blvd.
40°56′31″N 73°48′49″W / 40.942°N 73.813578°W / 40.942; -73.813578 (Tuckahoe High School)
Eastchester
71 US Post Office-Bronxville November 17, 1988
(#88002459)
119 Pondfield Rd.[5]
40°56′18″N 73°49′57″W / 40.938333°N 73.8325°W / 40.938333; -73.8325 (US Post Office-Bronxville)
Bronxville part of the US Post Offices in New York State, 1858-1943, TR
72 US Post Office-Dobbs Ferry November 17, 1988
(#88002484)
120 Main St.[6]
41°00′55″N 73°52′30″W / 41.015278°N 73.875°W / 41.015278; -73.875 (US Post Office-Dobbs Ferry)
Dobbs Ferry One of many New Deal-era Colonial Revival post offices in the state; one of only three with parapeted gables and window keystones; part of the US Post Offices in New York State, 1858-1943, TR
73 US Post Office-Harrison May 11, 1989
(#88002524)
258 Halstead Ave.
40°58′07″N 73°42′51″W / 40.968611°N 73.714167°W / 40.968611; -73.714167 (US Post Office-Harrison)
Harrison part of the US Post Offices in New York State, 1858-1943, TR
74 US Post Office-Larchmont May 11, 1989
(#88002341)
1 Chatsworth Ave.
40°55′48″N 73°45′05″W / 40.93°N 73.751389°W / 40.93; -73.751389 (US Post Office-Larchmont)
Larchmont part of the US Post Offices in New York State, 1858-1943, TR
75 US Post Office-Mount Vernon May 11, 1989
(#88002355)
15 S. First St.
40°54′40″N 73°50′02″W / 40.911111°N 73.833889°W / 40.911111; -73.833889 (US Post Office-Mount Vernon)
Mount Vernon part of the US Post Offices in New York State, 1858-1943, TR
76 US Post Office-Port Chester May 11, 1989
(#88002406)
245 Westchester Ave.
41°00′12″N 73°40′07″W / 41.0032°N 73.6686°W / 41.0032; -73.6686 (US Post Office-Port Chester)
Port Chester part of the US Post Offices in New York State, 1858-1943, TR
77 US Post Office-Rye May 11, 1989
(#88002426)
41 Purdy Ave.
40°59′04″N 73°40′59″W / 40.98445°N 73.6830°W / 40.98445; -73.6830 (US Post Office-Rye)
Rye part of the US Post Offices in New York State, 1858-1943, TR
78 US Post Office-Scarsdale May 11, 1989
(#88002428)
29 Chase Rd.[7]
40°59′24″N 73°48′22″W / 40.9900°N 73.8062°W / 40.9900; -73.8062 (US Post Office-Scarsdale)
Scarsdale part of the US Post Offices in New York State, 1858-1943, TR
79 Villa Lewaro May 11, 1976
(#76001289)
N. Broadway
41°02′00″N 73°51′56″W / 41.033333°N 73.865556°W / 41.033333; -73.865556 (Villa Lewaro)
Irvington Home of Madame C.J. Walker, hair-care products tycoon and first African-American millionaire.
80 Walter's Hot Dog Stand June 11, 2010
(#10000338)
937 Palmer Ave.
40°56′35″N 73°44′49″W / 40.942977°N 73.746940°W / 40.942977; -73.746940 (Walter's Hot Dog Stand)
Mamaroneck 1928 imitation pagoda
81 William E. Ward House November 7, 1976
(#76001294)
Comly Ave.
41°01′34″N 73°40′03″W / 41.026111°N 73.6675°W / 41.026111; -73.6675 (William E. Ward House)
Rye Brook First reinforced concrete structure in U.S., built in the 1870s on state line. Extends into Greenwich, Connecticut
82 Washington Irving Memorial September 8, 2000
(#00001062)
Broadway and Sunnyside Ln.
41°02′53″N 73°51′43″W / 41.048056°N 73.861944°W / 41.048056; -73.861944 (Washington Irving Memorial)
Irvington Daniel Chester French-sculpted memorial to writer who gave Irvington its name, erected in the late 1920s.
83 Wayside Cottage
Wayside Cottage
May 1, 1981
(#81000418)
1039 Post Rd.
40°59′32″N 73°47′40″W / 40.992222°N 73.794444°W / 40.992222; -73.794444 (Wayside Cottage)
Scarsdale
84 White Plains Armory April 16, 1980
(#80002796)
35 S. Broadway
41°01′53″N 73°45′47″W / 41.031389°N 73.763056°W / 41.031389; -73.763056 (White Plains Armory)
White Plains
85 White Plains Rural Cemetery September 19, 2003
(#03000247)
167 N. Broadway
41°02′50″N 73°46′20″W / 41.047222°N 73.772222°W / 41.047222; -73.772222 (White Plains Rural Cemetery)
White Plains
86 Albert E. and Emily Wilson House April 18, 2007
(#07000330)
617 Brook St.
40°57′16″N 73°43′46″W / 40.954444°N 73.729444°W / 40.954444; -73.729444 (Albert E. and Emily Wilson House)
Mamaroneck
87 Winged Foot Golf Club June 12, 2019
(#100004089)
851 Fenimore Rd.
40°57′28″N 73°45′13″W / 40.9578°N 73.7536°W / 40.9578; -73.7536 (Winged Foot Golf Club)
Mamaroneck Country club with two golf courses completed in 1923 is last designed by A.W. Tillinghast that features a Clifford Charles Wendehack clubhouse; has hosted several U.S. Opens
88 Woman's Club of White Plains October 20, 2010
(#10000853)
305 Ridgeway
41°00′23″N 73°44′54″W / 41.0063°N 73.7484°W / 41.0063; -73.7484 (Woman's Club of White Plains)
White Plains

See also

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 Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 1, 2019.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ 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.
  5. ^ Address based on USPS website. Accessed April 2, 2016.
  6. ^ Address based on USPS website. Accessed April 2, 2016.
  7. ^ Address based on USPS website. Accessed April 2, 2016.

Further reading

  • Williams, Gray (2003). Picturing Our Past: National Register Sites in Westchester County. Westchester County Historical Society. ISBN 0-915585-14-6.
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