National Register of Historic Places

in Avon, NY

 

The National Register of Historic Places, administered by the National Park Service, identifies significant cultural and architectural sites and buildings throughout the country as playing a part in American history at a local or national level. Being listed does not restrict the owner regarding changes to the property, however it increases the eligibility for grant funding.  Nominated by Avon residents and granted acceptance by the National Park Service, the eight Avon properties listed on the Register are seen below, including links for more information.


 Five Arch Bridge

Postcard. Source: AP&HS collection.

2078 Avon-Geneseo Road
   Built 1856
   Listed 2012
Link for More information

 


Avon Inn

Source: AP&HS collection.

 55 East Main Street
   Built 1820s.  
   Listed 1991
Link for More information

 


 

Barber Memorial Building

 

Source: Wikipedia

 143 Genesee Street
Built in 1928
Listed 2008
Link for More information 

 


 

Barber - Mulligan Farm

Photograph, 1948. Source: Mulligan Family private collection.

5403 Barber Road
   House built 1852, Barn Complex 1874
   Listed 1980

   


First Methodist Episcopal Church

Postcard. Source: AP&HS collection.

130 Genesee Street
Built 1879
Listed 2005
Link for More information

 


First Presbyterian Church of Avon

Source: Wikipedia

5605 Avon- Lima Road
Built 1812
Listed 2005
Link for More information

   


Hall's Opera Block

Source: AP&HS collection.

23 Genesee Street
Built 1876
Listed 2006
Link for More information

   


J. Francis Kellogg House

Source: Wikipedia

255 Genesee Street
Built 1908
Listed 2003
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