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Introduction

Origins

The City

Collegeville (1887, 1895)
College Delta (1898, 1899)
Oakwood (1899)
Cedar Banks (1900)
College Grove (1903)
Fairview (1904, 1905)
College Heights (1904)

Charter of 1907

Avondale (1913)
Bungalow Knolls (1916)
Chesterfield Hills (1916)
Ardson (1919)
Ridgeley Park (1921)
Strathmore (1925)
Glen Cairn (1926)
Bailey (1927)
Touraine (1927)

The Campus

Chronology

1855–1870
1871–1885
1886–1900
1901–1915
1916–1927

 

Interactive Map

Sites on the National and State Historic Registers

Complete list of
Significant Structures

Sources

Complete list of Significant Structures

Landmark Structures

These buildings are included in the Landmark Structures Historic District as listed in Section 8.511(7) of the Historic Preservation Code.

Newell A. McCune House, 504 Abbot Rd. (c. 1920)
James DeLoss Towar House, 507 Abbot Rd. (1904)
C. M. Dickson House, 505 Albert St. (1909)
Faculty Row № 9, 217 Beech St. (1884)
Wilmarth Property (Chester Clark House), 1101 Burcham Dr. (1905)
Hays House, 605 Butterfield Dr. (1937)
Butterfield–Ayers House, 134 Center Street (1895)
H. K. Vedder House, 447 Charles St. (c. 1920)
John H. Cowley House, 120 Cowley (1907)
C. M. Krentel House, 322 Elm Place (1906)
Lauzun Residence, 1628 E. Grand River Ave. (1928)
Peoples Church, 200 W. Grand River (1924)
Landon–May House, 243 W. Grand River (1902)
Central School, 325 W. Grand River (1917) SR/NR
Johnson – H. J. Stoddard House, 1107 W. Grand River (1926)
Bigelow–Thomas–Kuhn House, 334 N. Hagadorn (1849) SR
Marble House, 690 N. Hagadorn (1849)
Builders Hardware, 121 N. Harrison (c. 1880)
Krentel–Faunce House, 319 Hillcrest Ave. (1909)
Masonic Temple, 314 M.A.C. Ave. (1916) NR
H. A. Childs House, 343 M.A.C. Ave. (1911)
C. D. Woodbury Mansion, 415 M.A.C. Ave. (1903) SR
W. O. Hedrick House, 220 Oakhill Ave. (1909)
Chace Newman House, 368 Oakhill Ave. (1908)
Orchard Street Pumphouse, 368 Orchard St. (1934) SR
Charles Bachman House, 929 Roxburgh (1937)
Charles B. Collingwood House, 526 Sunset Lane (1905)

Other Significant Structures

These buildings were designated as Landmark and/or Significant Structures by the Historic Commission, but were not included in the Landmark Structures Historic District.

Old Post Office, 327 Abbot Rd. (1933)
Warren Babcock House, 437 Abbot Rd. (1907)
Old High School, 819 Abbot Rd. (1922)
Liberty Hyde Bailey School, 300 Bailey St. (1922)
Edward R. Blair House, 221 Center Street (c. 1903)
Grant Hudson House, 1012 Chesterfield (1917)
Gov. Murray D. VanWagoner House, 415 Clifton Blvd. (1925)
Rollo May House, 202 Collingwood (c. 1922)
Old Post Office, 291 Durand St. (1884)
Harry Harvey House, 527 Elizabeth St. (1915)
Justice William W. Potter House, 334 Evergreen Ave. (1909)
Hillcrest Village Apartments, 540 Glenmoor Rd. (1937)
Edward Porter Kinney House, 829 E. Grand River (c. 1903 - ?)
(demolished)
E. J. Rugg House, 319 Grove St. (1903)
Taft House, 446 Grove St. (c. 1918)
Linda E. Landon House, 447 Grove St. (c. 1918)
A. B. Krentel House, 709 Grove St. (c. 1910)
Sanford Farness House, 730 Grove St. (1964)
Old Marble School, 693 N. Hagadorn Rd. (1934)
Jacob Schepers House, 335 Hillcrest Ave. (1905)
Giltner House, 652 Hillcrest Ave. (1924)
Robert S. Shaw House, 824 Longfellow Dr. (1940)
Orvil J. Ayrs House, 320 M.A.C. Ave. (1915)
Gov. Wilber M. Brucker House, 619 M.A.C. Ave. (c. 1925 - c. 1999)
(demolished)
Cowley House, 1140 Michigan Ave. (1922)
Gov. George Romney House, 1045 Rosewood Ave. ()  
Michigan State Medical Society, 120 W. Saginaw Hwy. (1961) SR  
Ernst A. Bessey House, 213 University Dr. (1922)

 

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