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Location of Waukesha County in Wisconsin

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. It is intended to provide a comprehensive listing of entries in the National Register of Historic Places that are located in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. The locations of National Register properties for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below may be seen in a map.[1]

There are 152 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county. Another 6 properties were once listed but have been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 20, 2018.[2]
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Current listings

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Sewall Andrews House
Sewall Andrews House
July 7, 1981
(#81000063)
103 Main Street
42°51?42?N 88°19?57?W / 42.861667°N 88.3325°W / 42.861667; -88.3325 (Sewall Andrews House)
Mukwonago Andrews was a co-founder of Mukwonago who came from Vermont in 1836 to open a store and serve as a civic leader. In 1842 he built this modest but elegant Greek Revival home, one of the first brick homes in Waukesha County.[6][7] Now a museum.[8]
2 Arcadian Bottling Works
Arcadian Bottling Works
October 28, 1983
(#83004326)
900 North Hartwell Avenue
43°00?44?N 88°13?20?W / 43.012222°N 88.222222°W / 43.012222; -88.222222 (Arcadian Bottling Works)
Waukesha Bottling factory complex begun in 1885 across the street from Arcadian Spring. The 2.5-story bottling house section was designed by Stephen Shipman, a rare application of Queen Anne style to an industrial building, with coursed ashlar walls, shingles in the gables, and a 3-story corner tower. Now apartments.[9][10]
3 Arlington Apartments
Arlington Apartments
January 21, 1987
(#86003651)
309 Arlington Street
43°00?23?N 88°13?55?W / 43.006389°N 88.231944°W / 43.006389; -88.231944 (Arlington Apartments)
Waukesha
4 Albert R. Baer House
Albert R. Baer House
September 21, 1988
(#88001645)
W166 N8990 Grand Avenue
43°10?52?N 88°06?57?W / 43.181111°N 88.115833°W / 43.181111; -88.115833 (Albert R. Baer House)
Menomonee Falls
5 Ralph C. Bailie House
Ralph C. Bailie House
December 8, 1986
(#86003407)
530 North Avenue
43°06?39?N 88°20?40?W / 43.110833°N 88.344444°W / 43.110833; -88.344444 (Ralph C. Bailie House)
Hartland
6 Bank of Hartland
Bank of Hartland
April 21, 1988
(#86003415)
112 East Capitol Drive
43°06?17?N 88°20?49?W / 43.104722°N 88.346944°W / 43.104722; -88.346944 (Bank of Hartland)
Hartland
7 Barfoth-Blood Mound Group (47 WK 63) Upload image September 2, 1982
(#82000720)
Address Restricted
Mukwonago
8 Andrew Barnes House Upload image September 21, 1988
(#88001652)
N89 W16840 Appleton Avenue
43°10?51?N 88°07?07?W / 43.180833°N 88.118611°W / 43.180833; -88.118611 (Andrew Barnes House)
Menomonee Falls
9 Barney House
Barney House
October 28, 1994
(#94001250)
W264 S3641 Saylesville Road
42°58?42?N 88°16?34?W / 42.978333°N 88.276111°W / 42.978333; -88.276111 (Barney House)
Waukesha
10 Everett P. Barrett House
Everett P. Barrett House
February 24, 1995
(#95000140)
120 South Porter Avenue
43°00?09?N 88°12?43?W / 43.0025°N 88.211944°W / 43.0025; -88.211944 (Everett P. Barrett House)
Waukesha
11 Beaumont Hop House
Beaumont Hop House
November 23, 1977
(#77000058)
Address Restricted
Hartland
12 Becker and Schafer Store Building Upload image June 2, 1995
(#95000677)
1002-1004 White Rock Avenue
43°00?48?N 88°13?33?W / 43.013333°N 88.225833°W / 43.013333; -88.225833 (Becker and Schafer Store Building)
Waukesha
13 Big Bend Mound Group No. 2 Upload image December 19, 1978
(#78000146)
South of Big Bend
Coordinates missing
Big Bend
14 Bishopstead
Bishopstead
March 1, 1984
(#84003803)
153 West Oakwood Drive
43°04?23?N 88°25?06?W / 43.073056°N 88.418333°W / 43.073056; -88.418333 (Bishopstead)
Delafield 1846 home of Bishop Jackson Kemper, from which he organized the frontier Episcopal Church from Indiana to Minnesota to Kansas.
15 Sen. William Blair House
Sen. William Blair House
October 28, 1983
(#83004327)
434 Madison Street
43°00?50?N 88°14?12?W / 43.013889°N 88.236667°W / 43.013889; -88.236667 (Sen. William Blair House)
Waukesha
16 Block C Historic District
Block C Historic District
January 11, 1996
(#95001504)
Roughly bounded by West Main Street, Gaspar Street, and Broadway
43°00?41?N 88°13?51?W / 43.011389°N 88.230833°W / 43.011389; -88.230833 (Block C Historic District)
Waukesha
17 J. C. Booth House
J. C. Booth House
January 25, 1973
(#73000094)
About 1 mile SW of Saylesville on Saylesville Road
42°56?22?N 88°20?20?W / 42.939444°N 88.338889°W / 42.939444; -88.338889 (J. C. Booth House)
Saylesville
18 Patrick J. Buckley House
Patrick J. Buckley House
February 28, 1991
(#91000075)
1101 Buckley Street
43°00?51?N 88°13?36?W / 43.014167°N 88.226667°W / 43.014167; -88.226667 (Patrick J. Buckley House)
Waukesha
19 Burr Oak Tavern
Burr Oak Tavern
December 28, 1988
(#86003403)
315-317 East Capitol Drive
43°06?17?N 88°20?33?W / 43.104722°N 88.3425°W / 43.104722; -88.3425 (Burr Oak Tavern)
Hartland
20 Thomas Camp Farmhouse
Thomas Camp Farmhouse
September 21, 1988
(#88001670)
W204 N8151 Lannon Road
43°09?56?N 88°09?49?W / 43.165556°N 88.163611°W / 43.165556; -88.163611 (Thomas Camp Farmhouse)
Menomonee Falls
21 Caples' Park Historic District
Caples' Park Historic District
March 17, 1988
(#88000219)
Roughly bounded by East Newhall Avenue, South Hartwell Avenue, Windsor Drive and Oxford Road, and South East Avenue
42°59?54?N 88°13?27?W / 42.998333°N 88.224167°W / 42.998333; -88.224167 (Caples' Park Historic District)
Waukesha
22 Dr. Alfred L. Castleman House
Dr. Alfred L. Castleman House
August 2, 1996
(#96000730)
975 South Waterville Road
43°01?20?N 88°26?16?W / 43.022222°N 88.437778°W / 43.022222; -88.437778 (Dr. Alfred L. Castleman House)
Summit
23 Walter S. Chandler House
Walter S. Chandler House
December 27, 1974
(#74000137)
151 West College Avenue
43°00?10?N 88°13?44?W / 43.002778°N 88.228889°W / 43.002778; -88.228889 (Walter S. Chandler House)
Waukesha
24 Chapel of St. Mary the Virgin
Chapel of St. Mary the Virgin
February 23, 1972
(#72000067)
2 miles southwest of Nashotah on Nashotah House Road
43°04?57?N 88°25?34?W / 43.0825°N 88.426111°W / 43.0825; -88.426111 (Chapel of St. Mary the Virgin)
Nashotah
25 Chicago and Northwestern Railroad Passenger Depot
Chicago and Northwestern Railroad Passenger Depot
February 24, 1995
(#95000142)
319 Williams Street
43°00?20?N 88°13?57?W / 43.005556°N 88.2325°W / 43.005556; -88.2325 (Chicago and Northwestern Railroad Passenger Depot)
Waukesha
26 George Lawrence Clarke, Jr., House
George Lawrence Clarke, Jr., House
February 24, 1995
(#95000138)
12810 West Hampton Avenue
43°06?19?N 88°04?21?W / 43.105278°N 88.0725°W / 43.105278; -88.0725 (George Lawrence Clarke, Jr., House)
Butler
27 George N. Cobb House
George N. Cobb House
March 2, 1982
(#82000719)
South of Oconomowoc at 1505 North Golden Lake Road
43°03?03?N 88°31?24?W / 43.050833°N 88.523333°W / 43.050833; -88.523333 (George N. Cobb House)
Oconomowoc
28 College Avenue Historic District
College Avenue Historic District
October 28, 1983
(#83004328)
Fountain Street, S. East and College Aves.
43°00?11?N 88°13?42?W / 43.003056°N 88.228333°W / 43.003056; -88.228333 (College Avenue Historic District)
Waukesha
29 Alexander Cook House
Alexander Cook House
October 28, 1983
(#83004329)
600 East North Street
43°00?55?N 88°14?02?W / 43.015278°N 88.233889°W / 43.015278; -88.233889 (Alexander Cook House)
Waukesha
30 Cutler Mound Group
Cutler Mound Group
November 3, 1988
(#88002184)
Address Restricted
Waukesha
31 Morris Cutler House
Morris Cutler House
October 28, 1983
(#83004330)
401 Central Ave.
43°00?13?N 88°14?03?W / 43.003611°N 88.234167°W / 43.003611; -88.234167 (Morris Cutler House)
Waukesha
32 Dansk Evangelical Lutheran Kirke
Dansk Evangelical Lutheran Kirke
April 21, 1988
(#86003422)
400 W. Capitol Drive
43°06?09?N 88°21?10?W / 43.1025°N 88.352778°W / 43.1025; -88.352778 (Dansk Evangelical Lutheran Kirke)
Hartland
33 Cyrus Davis Farmstead
Cyrus Davis Farmstead
March 15, 1989
(#88001674)
W204 N7776 Lannon Road
43°09?29?N 88°09?41?W / 43.158056°N 88.161389°W / 43.158056; -88.161389 (Cyrus Davis Farmstead)
Menomonee Falls
34 Cyrus Davis-Davis Brothers Farmhouse
Cyrus Davis-Davis Brothers Farmhouse
September 21, 1988
(#88001672)
W204 N7818 Lannon Road
43°09?35?N 88°09?45?W / 43.159722°N 88.1625°W / 43.159722; -88.1625 (Cyrus Davis-Davis Brothers Farmhouse)
Menomonee Falls
35 Delafield Fish Hatchery
Delafield Fish Hatchery
May 13, 1981
(#81000064)
Main Street
43°03?40?N 88°24?26?W / 43.061111°N 88.407222°W / 43.061111; -88.407222 (Delafield Fish Hatchery)
Delafield
36 Dewey Mound Group Upload image December 19, 1978
(#78000147)
Address Restricted
Big Bend
37 Dousman Inn
Dousman Inn
January 15, 1979
(#79000118)
15670 Blue Mound Road
43°02?10?N 88°06?27?W / 43.036111°N 88.1075°W / 43.036111; -88.1075 (Dousman Inn)
Brookfield
38 Downtown Historic District
Downtown Historic District
October 28, 1983
(#83004331)
Roughly bounded by Broadway, Grand Ave., Clinton and South Sts.
43°00?40?N 88°13?55?W / 43.011111°N 88.231944°W / 43.011111; -88.231944 (Downtown Historic District)
Waukesha
39 George Dwinnell House
George Dwinnell House
October 28, 1983
(#83004332)
442 W. College Ave.
43°00?11?N 88°14?10?W / 43.003056°N 88.236111°W / 43.003056; -88.236111 (George Dwinnell House)
Waukesha
40 East Broadway Historic District
East Broadway Historic District
March 7, 1996
(#96000249)
Roughly, Broadway from Fisk Ave. to Morningside Drive
43°00?16?N 88°12?42?W / 43.004444°N 88.211667°W / 43.004444; -88.211667 (East Broadway Historic District)
Waukesha
41 East Capitol Drive Historic District
East Capitol Drive Historic District
September 11, 1986
(#86002319)
337-702 E. Capitol Drive
43°06?18?N 88°20?17?W / 43.105°N 88.338056°W / 43.105; -88.338056 (East Capitol Drive Historic District)
Hartland
42 Dr. F. C. Elliot House
Dr. F. C. Elliot House
October 28, 1983
(#83004333)
501Dunbar Ave.
43°00?20?N 88°14?13?W / 43.005556°N 88.236944°W / 43.005556; -88.236944 (Dr. F. C. Elliot House)
Waukesha
43 Joseph Fabacker House
Joseph Fabacker House
February 24, 1995
(#95000139)
341 NW. Barstow Street
43°01?00?N 88°14?02?W / 43.016667°N 88.233889°W / 43.016667; -88.233889 (Joseph Fabacker House)
Waukesha
44 First Baptist Church
First Baptist Church
October 28, 1983
(#83004334)
247 Wisconsin Ave.
43°00?34?N 88°13?52?W / 43.009444°N 88.231111°W / 43.009444; -88.231111 (First Baptist Church)
Waukesha
45 First Congregational Church
First Congregational Church
December 8, 1986
(#86003405)
214 E. Capitol Drive
43°06?18?N 88°20?36?W / 43.105°N 88.343333°W / 43.105; -88.343333 (First Congregational Church)
Hartland
46 First Congregational Church
First Congregational Church
January 30, 1992
(#91001991)
100 E. Broadway
43°00?24?N 88°13?17?W / 43.006667°N 88.221389°W / 43.006667; -88.221389 (First Congregational Church)
Waukesha Congregational church built in 1867 and expanded and restyled since. In the 1840s this congregation was a leader in the anti-slavery movement.
47 First German Reformed Church
First German Reformed Church
September 13, 1991
(#91001390)
413 Wisconsin Ave.
43°00?34?N 88°14?06?W / 43.009444°N 88.235°W / 43.009444; -88.235 (First German Reformed Church)
Waukesha Victorian Eclectic-styled church built by German-speaking Reformed congregation in 1891. Burned in 2005.
48 First Methodist Church
First Methodist Church
December 1, 1983
(#83004335)
121 Wisconsin Ave.
43°00?34?N 88°12?56?W / 43.009444°N 88.215556°W / 43.009444; -88.215556 (First Methodist Church)
Waukesha
49 Andrew Frame House
Andrew Frame House
October 28, 1983
(#83004337)
507 N. Grand Ave.
43°00?29?N 88°13?52?W / 43.008056°N 88.231111°W / 43.008056; -88.231111 (Andrew Frame House)
Waukesha
50 Freewill Baptist Church
Freewill Baptist Church
June 22, 1998
(#97001409)
19750 W. National Ave.
42°56?40?N 88°09?37?W / 42.944444°N 88.160278°W / 42.944444; -88.160278 (Freewill Baptist Church)
New Berlin Once-rural Greek Revival-styled church built in 1859 by the first Freewill Baptist congregation in the state.
51 Genesee Town Hall
Genesee Town Hall
June 25, 1981
(#81000065)
Genesee Street
42°58?01?N 88°22?23?W / 42.966944°N 88.373056°W / 42.966944; -88.373056 (Genesee Town Hall)
Genesee Depot
52 Genesee Woolen Mill Site Upload image July 10, 2017
(#100000521)
W308 S4484 and W308 S4473 WI 83
42°57?49?N 88°21?45?W / 42.963632°N 88.362636°W / 42.963632; -88.362636 (Genesee Woolen Mill Site)
Genesee
53 Goodwin-McBean Site (47 WK 184) Upload image September 17, 1982
(#82000721)
Address Restricted
Big Bend
54 Perry Grace House
Perry Grace House
October 28, 1983
(#83004339)
307 N. West Ave.
43°00?23?N 88°14?11?W / 43.006389°N 88.236389°W / 43.006389; -88.236389 (Perry Grace House)
Waukesha
55 Grand View Health Resort
Grand View Health Resort
January 31, 1984
(#84003805)
500 Riverview Ave.
43°01?17?N 88°13?59?W / 43.021389°N 88.233056°W / 43.021389; -88.233056 (Grand View Health Resort)
Waukesha
56 Gredler-Gramins House
Gredler-Gramins House
November 24, 1980
(#80000203)
20190 Davidson Road
42°59?20?N 88°09?47?W / 42.988889°N 88.163056°W / 42.988889; -88.163056 (Gredler-Gramins House)
Brookfield
57 Hadfield Company Lime Kilns
Hadfield Company Lime Kilns
March 12, 1982
(#82000722)
N of Waukesha
43°02?19?N 88°12?53?W / 43.038611°N 88.214722°W / 43.038611; -88.214722 (Hadfield Company Lime Kilns)
Waukesha
58 Hartland Railroad Depot
Hartland Railroad Depot
April 21, 1988
(#86003417)
301 Pawling Ave.
43°06?01?N 88°20?57?W / 43.100278°N 88.349167°W / 43.100278; -88.349167 (Hartland Railroad Depot)
Hartland
59 Haseltine Cobblestone House
Haseltine Cobblestone House
January 15, 1980
(#80000204)
North of Big Bend on Big Bend Drive
42°53?38?N 88°12?34?W / 42.893889°N 88.209444°W / 42.893889; -88.209444 (Haseltine Cobblestone House)
Big Bend
60 Hawks Inn
Hawks Inn
February 23, 1972
(#72000068)
428 Wells Street
43°03?35?N 88°24?25?W / 43.059722°N 88.406944°W / 43.059722; -88.406944 (Hawks Inn)
Delafield 1846
61 David J. Hemlock House
David J. Hemlock House
December 1, 1983
(#83004340)
234 Carroll Street
43°00?29?N 88°13?51?W / 43.008056°N 88.230833°W / 43.008056; -88.230833 (David J. Hemlock House)
Waukesha
62 LeRoy A. Henze House
LeRoy A. Henze House
September 21, 1988
(#88001638)
N89 W15781 Main Street
43°10?43?N 88°06?23?W / 43.178611°N 88.106389°W / 43.178611; -88.106389 (LeRoy A. Henze House)
Menomonee Falls
63 Ahira R. Hinkley House
Ahira R. Hinkley House
January 21, 1974
(#74000138)
NE of Eagle off WI 59
42°54?04?N 88°27?08?W / 42.901111°N 88.452222°W / 42.901111; -88.452222 (Ahira R. Hinkley House)
Eagle
64 Herbert Hoeltz House
Herbert Hoeltz House
September 21, 1988
(#88001636)
N87 W15714 Kenwood Blvd.
43°10?39?N 88°06?19?W / 43.1775°N 88.105278°W / 43.1775; -88.105278 (Herbert Hoeltz House)
Menomonee Falls
65 Elizabeth Hoos House
Elizabeth Hoos House
September 21, 1988
(#88001640)
W164 N9010 Water Street
43°10?54?N 88°06?47?W / 43.181667°N 88.113056°W / 43.181667; -88.113056 (Elizabeth Hoos House)
Menomonee Falls
66 Hoos-Rowell House
Hoos-Rowell House
September 21, 1988
(#88001644)
W164 N8953 Water Street
43°10?50?N 88°06?49?W / 43.180556°N 88.113611°W / 43.180556; -88.113611 (Hoos-Rowell House)
Menomonee Falls
67 Harold Hornburg House
Harold Hornburg House
December 8, 1986
(#86003431)
213 Warren Ave.
43°06?12?N 88°20?38?W / 43.103333°N 88.343889°W / 43.103333; -88.343889 (Harold Hornburg House)
Hartland
68 Jackson House
Jackson House
December 8, 1986
(#86003409)
235 North Ave.
43°06?27?N 88°20?47?W / 43.1075°N 88.346389°W / 43.1075; -88.346389 (Jackson House)
Hartland
69 Samuel D. James House
Samuel D. James House
October 24, 1996
(#83004687)
726 N. East Ave.
43°00?38?N 88°13?38?W / 43.010556°N 88.227222°W / 43.010556; -88.227222 (Samuel D. James House)
Waukesha
70 William Johnston Lime Kiln Upload image March 12, 1982
(#82000723)
E of Genesse Depot
42°57?58?N 88°19?17?W / 42.966111°N 88.321389°W / 42.966111; -88.321389 (William Johnston Lime Kiln)
Saylesville
71 Robert O. Jones House
Robert O. Jones House
October 28, 1983
(#83004342)
501 W. College Ave.
43°00?09?N 88°14?13?W / 43.0025°N 88.236944°W / 43.0025; -88.236944 (Robert O. Jones House)
Waukesha
72 Michael Kelliher House
Michael Kelliher House
October 28, 1983
(#83004341)
407 N. Grand Ave.
43°00?24?N 88°13?53?W / 43.0068°N 88.2313°W / 43.0068; -88.2313 (Michael Kelliher House)
Waukesha Formerly listed as "John Howitt House"; NRHP name changed in additional documentation accepted by NPS on March 3, 2015
73 Frank Koehler House and Office
Frank Koehler House and Office
September 21, 1988
(#88001669)
N88 W16623 Appleton Ave.
43°10?40?N 88°06?58?W / 43.177778°N 88.116111°W / 43.177778; -88.116111 (Frank Koehler House and Office)
Menomonee Falls
74 Koepsel House
Koepsel House
October 25, 1973
(#73000095)
Old World Wisconsin, off WI 59
42°51?59?N 88°29?51?W / 42.866356°N 88.497422°W / 42.866356; -88.497422 (Koepsel House)
Eagle
75 Laflin Avenue Historic District
Laflin Avenue Historic District
October 28, 1983
(#83004343)
W. Laflin and Garfield Aves.
43°00?03?N 88°13?46?W / 43.000833°N 88.229444°W / 43.000833; -88.229444 (Laflin Avenue Historic District)
Waukesha
76 Lain-Estburg House
Lain-Estburg House
December 27, 1974
(#74000139)
229 Wisconsin Ave.
43°00?35?N 88°13?48?W / 43.009722°N 88.23°W / 43.009722; -88.23 (Lain-Estburg House)
Waukesha
77 Garwin A. Mace House Upload image September 21, 1988
(#88001650)
W166 N8941 Grand Ave.
43°10?49?N 88°06?59?W / 43.180278°N 88.116389°W / 43.180278; -88.116389 (Garwin A. Mace House)
Menomonee Falls
78 Garwin Mace Lime Kilns
Garwin Mace Lime Kilns
March 12, 1982
(#82000724)
LimeKiln Park
43°10?38?N 88°06?47?W / 43.177222°N 88.113056°W / 43.177222; -88.113056 (Garwin Mace Lime Kilns)
Menomonee Falls
79 Madison Street Historic District
Madison Street Historic District
March 22, 1990
(#90000489)
Jct. of Madison, Randall, and Third Sts.
43°00?50?N 88°14?13?W / 43.013889°N 88.236944°W / 43.013889; -88.236944 (Madison Street Historic District)
Waukesha
80 Main Street Historic District
Main Street Historic District
September 21, 1988
(#88001629)
Main and Appleton Sts.
43°10?46?N 88°06?47?W / 43.179444°N 88.113056°W / 43.179444; -88.113056 (Main Street Historic District)
Menomonee Falls
81 William G. Mann House
William G. Mann House
October 28, 1983
(#83004349)
346 Maple Ave.
43°00?25?N 88°14?04?W / 43.006944°N 88.234444°W / 43.006944; -88.234444 (William G. Mann House)
Waukesha
82 McCall Street Historic District
McCall Street Historic District
December 1, 1983
(#83004348)
McCall and James Sts., and N. East and Hartwell Aves.; also roughly Charles and James Sts. from College Ave. to McCall Street and Hartwell Ave. from College to Grove Street
43°00?19?N 88°13?26?W / 43.005278°N 88.223889°W / 43.005278; -88.223889 (McCall Street Historic District)
Waukesha Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase
83 Menomonee Falls City Hall
Menomonee Falls City Hall
September 21, 1988
(#88001667)
N88 W16631 Appleton Ave.
43°10?40?N 88°07?00?W / 43.177778°N 88.116667°W / 43.177778; -88.116667 (Menomonee Falls City Hall)
Menomonee Falls
84 Menomonee Golf Club
Menomonee Golf Club
September 21, 1988
(#88001663)
N73 W13430 Appleton Ave.
43°09?03?N 88°04?36?W / 43.150833°N 88.076667°W / 43.150833; -88.076667 (Menomonee Golf Club)
Menomonee Falls
85 Charles Merten House
Charles Merten House
March 17, 1995
(#95000248)
929 Rosemary Street
43°00?48?N 88°13?08?W / 43.013333°N 88.218889°W / 43.013333; -88.218889 (Charles Merten House)
Waukesha
86 Miller-Davidson House
Miller-Davidson House
April 24, 1973
(#73000096)
On County Line Road, East of U.S. 41
43°11?26?N 88°06?19?W / 43.190556°N 88.105278°W / 43.190556; -88.105278 (Miller-Davidson House)
Menomonee Falls
87 Dr. Volney L. Moore House
Dr. Volney L. Moore House
October 28, 1983
(#83004350)
307 E. Main Street
43°00?48?N 88°13?28?W / 43.013333°N 88.224444°W / 43.013333; -88.224444 (Dr. Volney L. Moore House)
Waukesha
88 Moreland Boulevard Pump House and Reservoir
Moreland Boulevard Pump House and Reservoir
July 5, 1996
(#96000726)
413 Moreland Blvd.
43°00?32?N 88°15?00?W / 43.008889°N 88.25°W / 43.008889; -88.25 (Moreland Boulevard Pump House and Reservoir)
Waukesha
89 Morey-Andrews House
Morey-Andrews House
April 14, 1995
(#95000405)
704 Westowne Ave.
43°01?23?N 88°15?26?W / 43.023056°N 88.257222°W / 43.023056; -88.257222 (Morey-Andrews House)
Waukesha
90 Morey-Lewis House
Morey-Lewis House
April 14, 1995
(#95000402)
1312 Pleasant View Ave.
43°01?41?N 88°15?30?W / 43.028056°N 88.258333°W / 43.028056; -88.258333 (Morey-Lewis House)
Waukesha
91 Morey-Seidens House
Morey-Seidens House
April 14, 1995
(#95000404)
2020 Easy Street
43°01?41?N 88°15?34?W / 43.028056°N 88.259444°W / 43.028056; -88.259444 (Morey-Seidens House)
Waukesha
92 Nashotah House Theological Seminary
Nashotah House Theological Seminary
January 12, 2017
(#100000523)
2777 Mission Road
43°04?51?N 88°25?23?W / 43.080738°N 88.423141°W / 43.080738; -88.423141 (Nashotah House Theological Seminary)
Delafield
93 National Guard Armory 127th Regiment Infantry Company G
National Guard Armory 127th Regiment Infantry Company G
December 6, 1984
(#84000709)
103 E. Jefferson at Main Street
43°06?17?N 88°30?02?W / 43.104722°N 88.500556°W / 43.104722; -88.500556 (National Guard Armory 127th Regiment Infantry Company G)
Oconomowoc
94 National Hotel
National Hotel
October 28, 1983
(#83004344)
235 W. Main Street
43°00?42?N 88°13?48?W / 43.011667°N 88.23°W / 43.011667; -88.23 (National Hotel)
Waukesha
95 Enoch Gardner and Mary Caroline Koch Needham House
Enoch Gardner and Mary Caroline Koch Needham House
June 15, 2000
(#00000700)
12713 W. Greenfield Ave.
43°00?59?N 88°04?20?W / 43.016389°N 88.072222°W / 43.016389; -88.072222 (Enoch Gardner and Mary Caroline Koch Needham House)
New Berlin
96 Charles E. Nelson Sr. House
Charles E. Nelson Sr. House
April 5, 1990
(#90000560)
520 N. Grand Ave.
43°00?31?N 88°13?54?W / 43.008611°N 88.231667°W / 43.008611; -88.231667 (Charles E. Nelson Sr. House)
Waukesha
97 Newhall Avenue Pump House and Reservoir
Newhall Avenue Pump House and Reservoir
July 15, 1999
(#99000849)
445 W. Newhall Ave.
42°59?58?N 88°14?09?W / 42.999444°N 88.235833°W / 42.999444; -88.235833 (Newhall Avenue Pump House and Reservoir)
Waukesha
98 William A. Nickell House
William A. Nickell House
October 28, 1983
(#83004346)
511 Lake Street
43°00?33?N 88°13?12?W / 43.009167°N 88.22°W / 43.009167; -88.22 (William A. Nickell House)
Waukesha
99 Northwestern Hotel
Northwestern Hotel
March 17, 1995
(#95000249)
322 Williams Street
43°00?21?N 88°13?56?W / 43.005833°N 88.232222°W / 43.005833; -88.232222 (Northwestern Hotel)
Waukesha
100 Oconomowoc City Hall
Oconomowoc City Hall
April 10, 1980
(#80000205)
174 E. Wisconsin Ave.
43°06?38?N 88°29?49?W / 43.110556°N 88.496944°W / 43.110556; -88.496944 (Oconomowoc City Hall)
Oconomowoc
101 Oconomowoc Depot
Oconomowoc Depot
January 29, 1980
(#80000206)
115 Collins Street
43°06?34?N 88°29?54?W / 43.109444°N 88.498333°W / 43.109444; -88.498333 (Oconomowoc Depot)
Oconomowoc
102 Oconomowoc High School
Oconomowoc High School
August 6, 2013
(#13000588)
623 Summit Ave.
43°06?15?N 88°29?25?W / 43.10403°N 88.490346°W / 43.10403; -88.490346 (Oconomowoc High School)
Oconomowoc Oconomowoc's former high school; replaced by the current Oconomowoc High School in 1965
103 Okauchee House
Okauchee House
August 11, 1978
(#78000149)
34880 Lake Drive
43°06?44?N 88°26?21?W / 43.112222°N 88.439167°W / 43.112222; -88.439167 (Okauchee House)
Okauchee
104 Old Waukesha County Courthouse
Old Waukesha County Courthouse
March 27, 1975
(#75000082)
101 W. Main Street
43°00?45?N 88°13?37?W / 43.0125°N 88.226944°W / 43.0125; -88.226944 (Old Waukesha County Courthouse)
Waukesha
105 Owen and Margaret Oliver House
Owen and Margaret Oliver House
January 31, 2011
(#10001182)
W 314 S 3986 Wisconsin Highway 83
42°58?20?N 88°22?26?W / 42.972285°N 88.373824°W / 42.972285; -88.373824 (Owen and Margaret Oliver House)
Genesee
106 Gustave Pabst Estate
Gustave Pabst Estate
November 27, 1989
(#89002033)
36100 Genesee Lake Road
43°03?06?N 88°27?56?W / 43.051667°N 88.465556°W / 43.051667; -88.465556 (Gustave Pabst Estate)
Summit
107 Pearl and Grand Avenue Historic District
Pearl and Grand Avenue Historic District
September 15, 2004
(#04001004)
Pearl Ave. bounded by Grand Ave. and Franklin Street and portions of Pleasant and Division Sts.
42°51?57?N 88°19?53?W / 42.865833°N 88.331389°W / 42.865833; -88.331389 (Pearl and Grand Avenue Historic District)
Mukwonago Residential historic district with 22 contributing properties built from 1892 to 1954, including the 1892 Queen Anne Asa Craig house (pictured), the 1926 Spanish Colonial St. James Catholic Church, and a small replica of a tower from the Irish Blarney Castle, built as a garden folly in 1897.[11][12]
108 Clarence Peck Residence
Clarence Peck Residence
January 28, 1988
(#87002569)
430 and 434 North Lake Road
43°06?57?N 88°30?00?W / 43.115833°N 88.5°W / 43.115833; -88.5 (Clarence Peck Residence)
Oconomowoc
109 Walter L. Peck House
Walter L. Peck House
April 10, 1986
(#86000715)
38928 Islandale Drive
43°07?21?N 88°30?48?W / 43.1225°N 88.513333°W / 43.1225; -88.513333 (Walter L. Peck House)
Oconomowoc
110 Peterson Site (47 WK 199) Upload image September 2, 1982
(#82000726)
Address Restricted
Big Bend
111 Pokrandt Blacksmith Shop
Pokrandt Blacksmith Shop
October 28, 1983
(#83004351)
128 East St. Paul Ave.
43°00?48?N 88°14?02?W / 43.0133°N 88.2338°W / 43.0133; -88.2338 (Pokrandt Blacksmith Shop)
Waukesha
112 Hannah Pratt House
Hannah Pratt House
October 28, 1983
(#83004352)
501 Barney Street
43°00?30?N 88°13?29?W / 43.008333°N 88.224722°W / 43.008333; -88.224722 (Hannah Pratt House)
Waukesha
113 John A. Pratt House
John A. Pratt House
September 21, 1988
(#88001634)
N88 W15634 Park Blvd.
43°10?43?N 88°06?15?W / 43.178611°N 88.104167°W / 43.178611; -88.104167 (John A. Pratt House)
Menomonee Falls
114 Putney Block
Putney Block
September 23, 1982
(#82000727)
301 W. Main Street, 816 and 802 Grand Ave.
43°00?40?N 88°13?54?W / 43.011111°N 88.231667°W / 43.011111; -88.231667 (Putney Block)
Waukesha
115 Frank H. Putney House
Frank H. Putney House
October 28, 1983
(#83004353)
223 Wisconsin Ave.
43°00?34?N 88°13?47?W / 43.009444°N 88.229722°W / 43.009444; -88.229722 (Frank H. Putney House)
Waukesha
116 Reformed Presbyterian Church of Vernon
Reformed Presbyterian Church of Vernon
January 7, 1999
(#98001595)
W234 S7710 Big Bend Road
42°54?55?N 88°13?07?W / 42.915278°N 88.218611°W / 42.915278; -88.218611 (Reformed Presbyterian Church of Vernon)
Vernon
117 Resthaven Hotel
Resthaven Hotel
October 28, 1983
(#83004354)
915 N. Hartwell Ave.
43°00?48?N 88°13?13?W / 43.013333°N 88.220278°W / 43.013333; -88.220278 (Resthaven Hotel)
Waukesha
118 St. John Chrysostom Church
St. John Chrysostom Church
February 23, 1972
(#72000069)
1111 Genesee Street
43°03?49?N 88°24?19?W / 43.063611°N 88.405278°W / 43.063611; -88.405278 (St. John Chrysostom Church)
Delafield
119 St. John's Military Academy
St. John's Military Academy
October 28, 1977
(#77000059)
Genessee Street
43°03?49?N 88°24?24?W / 43.063611°N 88.406667°W / 43.063611; -88.406667 (St. John's Military Academy)
Delafield
120 St. Joseph's Catholic Church Complex
St. Joseph's Catholic Church Complex
October 28, 1983
(#83004355)
818 North East Avenue
43°00?27?N 88°13?37?W / 43.0075°N 88.226944°W / 43.0075; -88.226944 (St. Joseph's Catholic Church Complex)
Waukesha High Victorian Gothic church designed by Adolphus Druiding and built in 1888. Also a Greek Revival house built around 1878, which was used as a convent.
121 St. Matthias Episcopal Church
St. Matthias Episcopal Church
October 28, 1983
(#83004356)
111 E. Main Street
43°00?46?N 88°13?36?W / 43.012778°N 88.226667°W / 43.012778; -88.226667 (St. Matthias Episcopal Church)
Waukesha
122 Casper M. Sanger House
Casper M. Sanger House
October 28, 1983
(#83004357)
507 E. College Ave.
43°00?10?N 88°13?18?W / 43.002778°N 88.221667°W / 43.002778; -88.221667 (Casper M. Sanger House)
Waukesha
123 Saylesville Historic District
Saylesville Historic District
April 11, 2003
(#03000225)
Saylesville Road from Genesee Creek to Point Drive
42°56?55?N 88°19?17?W / 42.948611°N 88.321389°W / 42.948611; -88.321389 (Saylesville Historic District)
Genesee
124 Carl and Therese Schauwitzer House
Carl and Therese Schauwitzer House
September 18, 2013
(#13000751)
S84 W17698 Woods Road
42°53?27?N 88°08?09?W / 42.890957°N 88.135964°W / 42.890957; -88.135964 (Carl and Therese Schauwitzer House)
Muskego
125 Henry and Mary Schuttler House
Henry and Mary Schuttler House
July 16, 1987
(#87001122)
371 East Lisbon Road
43°07?16?N 88°29?41?W / 43.121111°N 88.494722°W / 43.121111; -88.494722 (Henry and Mary Schuttler House)
Oconomowoc
126 Sign of the Willows
Sign of the Willows
December 8, 1986
(#86003428)
122 E. Capitol Drive
43°06?17?N 88°20?47?W / 43.104722°N 88.346389°W / 43.104722; -88.346389 (Sign of the Willows)
Hartland
127 Silurian Mineral Springhouse
Silurian Mineral Springhouse
January 31, 1984
(#84003814)
Post Office Circle
43°00?35?N 88°13?23?W / 43.009722°N 88.223056°W / 43.009722; -88.223056 (Silurian Mineral Springhouse)
Waukesha
128 William P. Sloan House
William P. Sloan House
October 28, 1983
(#83004368)
912 N. Barstow Street
43°00?45?N 88°13?45?W / 43.0125°N 88.229167°W / 43.0125; -88.229167 (William P. Sloan House)
Waukesha
129 Camillia Smith House
Camillia Smith House
October 28, 1983
(#83004358)
603 N. West Ave.
43°00?32?N 88°14?10?W / 43.008889°N 88.236111°W / 43.008889; -88.236111 (Camillia Smith House)
Waukesha
130 Statesan Historic District
Statesan Historic District
April 21, 1988
(#88000454)
Boys School Road
43°01?28?N 88°23?23?W / 43.024444°N 88.389722°W / 43.024444; -88.389722 (Statesan Historic District)
Wales
131 Ten Chimneys
Ten Chimneys
February 23, 1998
(#98000076)
S42 W31610 Depot Road
42°57?51?N 88°22?38?W / 42.964167°N 88.377222°W / 42.964167; -88.377222 (Ten Chimneys)
Genesee Summer home of actors Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt; designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark on July 31, 2003
132 Third Street Bridge
Third Street Bridge
September 21, 1988
(#88001647)
Roosevelt Drive
43°10?55?N 88°06?52?W / 43.181944°N 88.114444°W / 43.181944; -88.114444 (Third Street Bridge)
Menomonee Falls
133 Totten-Butterfield House
Totten-Butterfield House
January 31, 1984
(#84003816)
515 N. Grand Ave.
43°00?29?N 88°13?52?W / 43.008056°N 88.231111°W / 43.008056; -88.231111 (Totten-Butterfield House)
Waukesha
134 Trapp Filling Station
Trapp Filling Station
December 8, 1986
(#86003419)
252-256 W. Capitol Drive
43°06?11?N 88°21?03?W / 43.103056°N 88.350833°W / 43.103056; -88.350833 (Trapp Filling Station)
Hartland
135 Christian Turck House
Christian Turck House
October 25, 1973
(#73000097)
Off WI 59 in Old World Wisconsin
42°51?56?N 88°29?57?W / 42.865566°N 88.499292°W / 42.865566; -88.499292 (Christian Turck House)
Eagle Cedar log house chinked with rye straw and clay, built in 1846 in Washington County. It is now moved to Old World Wisconsin, and called the Schottler House.[13]
136 United Unitarian and Universalist Church
United Unitarian and Universalist Church
October 1, 1987
(#87001759)
216 Main Street
42°51?43?N 88°19?55?W / 42.861944°N 88.331944°W / 42.861944; -88.331944 (United Unitarian and Universalist Church)
Mukwonago Large, traditional Gothic Revival church built in 1879.[14]
137 Sarah Belle Van Buren House
Sarah Belle Van Buren House
December 8, 1986
(#86003426)
128 Hill Street
43°06?18?N 88°20?54?W / 43.105°N 88.348333°W / 43.105; -88.348333 (Sarah Belle Van Buren House)
Hartland
138 Village Park Bandstand
Village Park Bandstand
September 21, 1988
(#88001653)
Village Park on Garfield Drive
43°10?32?N 88°07?07?W / 43.175556°N 88.118611°W / 43.175556; -88.118611 (Village Park Bandstand)
Menomonee Falls
139 Visitation Convent Complex
Visitation Convent Complex
May 25, 2011
(#11000311)
13105 Watertown Plank Road
43°02?42?N 88°04?31?W / 43.045°N 88.075278°W / 43.045; -88.075278 (Visitation Convent Complex)
Elm Grove
140 Ward District No. 3 Schoolhouse
Ward District No. 3 Schoolhouse
July 7, 1981
(#81000066)
WI 67 and Betts Road in Old World Wisconsin
42°51?27?N 88°29?37?W / 42.857570°N 88.493726°W / 42.857570; -88.493726 (Ward District No. 3 Schoolhouse)
Eagle
141 Stephen Warren House
Stephen Warren House
December 8, 1986
(#86003432)
235 E. Capitol Drive
43°06?16?N 88°20?36?W / 43.104444°N 88.343333°W / 43.104444; -88.343333 (Stephen Warren House)
Hartland
142 Waukesha Post Office
Waukesha Post Office
October 28, 1983
(#83004359)
235 W. Broadway Ave.
43°00?39?N 88°13?49?W / 43.010833°N 88.230278°W / 43.010833; -88.230278 (Waukesha Post Office)
Waukesha
143 Waukesha Pure Food Company
Waukesha Pure Food Company
October 28, 1983
(#83004360)
550 Elizabeth Street
43°00?16?N 88°14?19?W / 43.004444°N 88.238611°W / 43.004444; -88.238611 (Waukesha Pure Food Company)
Waukesha
144 C. A. Welch House
C. A. Welch House
October 28, 1983
(#83004361)
1616 White Rock Ave.
43°01?27?N 88°13?08?W / 43.024167°N 88.218889°W / 43.024167; -88.218889 (C. A. Welch House)
Waukesha
145 Deacon West Octagon House
Deacon West Octagon House
May 12, 1975
(#75000083)
370 High Street
43°05?16?N 88°15?54?W / 43.087778°N 88.265°W / 43.087778; -88.265 (Deacon West Octagon House)
Pewaukee
146 Weston's Antique Apple Orchard
Weston's Antique Apple Orchard
September 6, 1996
(#96000989)
19760 W. National Ave.
42°56?38?N 88°09?45?W / 42.943889°N 88.1625°W / 42.943889; -88.1625 (Weston's Antique Apple Orchard)
New Berlin
147 Michael Wick Farmhouse and Barn
Michael Wick Farmhouse and Barn
September 21, 1988
(#88001665)
N72 W13449 Good Hope Road
43°08?53?N 88°04?39?W / 43.148056°N 88.0775°W / 43.148056; -88.0775 (Michael Wick Farmhouse and Barn)
Menomonee Falls
148 Wisconsin Avenue Historic District
Wisconsin Avenue Historic District
October 28, 1983
(#83004362)
Wisconsin
43°00?35?N 88°13?52?W / 43.009722°N 88.231111°W / 43.009722; -88.231111 (Wisconsin Avenue Historic District)
Waukesha
149 Wisconsin Industrial School for Boys
Wisconsin Industrial School for Boys
January 21, 1987
(#86003652)
621 and 627 W. College Ave.
43°00?08?N 88°14?27?W / 43.002222°N 88.240833°W / 43.002222; -88.240833 (Wisconsin Industrial School for Boys)
Waukesha
150 Louis Yanke Saloon
Louis Yanke Saloon
October 28, 1983
(#83004363)
200 Madison Ave.
43°00?46?N 88°14?04?W / 43.012778°N 88.234444°W / 43.012778; -88.234444 (Louis Yanke Saloon)
Waukesha
151 Johann Zimmer Farmhouse
Johann Zimmer Farmhouse
September 21, 1988
(#88001632)
W156 N9390 Pilgrim Road
43°11?18?N 88°06?10?W / 43.188333°N 88.102778°W / 43.188333; -88.102778 (Johann Zimmer Farmhouse)
Menomonee Falls
152 Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
December 8, 1986
(#86003423)
403 W. Capitol Drive
43°06?06?N 88°21?11?W / 43.101667°N 88.353056°W / 43.101667; -88.353056 (Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church)
Hartland

Former listings

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Friederich Farmstead Historic District Upload image September 21, 1988
(#88001631)
February 25, 2004 N96 W15009 County Line Road
Menomonee Falls
2 Lincoln High School Upload image September 21, 1988
(#88001662)
October 31, 1989 N88 W16913 Main Street
Menomonee Falls
3 Mukwonago High School Upload image October 7, 1994
(#94001211)
May 12, 2009 308 Washington Ave.
Mukwonago
4 Oconomowoc Public Library and Museum Upload image October 24, 1980
(#80000207)
February 17, 1989 212 North Lake Road
Oconomowoc
5 Philadelphia Toboggan Company Carousel Number 15 Upload image June 27, 1979
(#79003771)
Unknown Janesville Road
Muskego Delisted when it was relocated to British Columbia for Expo '76. The carousel was relocated to West Nyack, New York in 1997. The Carousel was returned to the Register under a new listing (Ref# 01000583) in 2001.[15]
6 Waukesha County Airport Hangar Upload image January 21, 1999
(#98001596)
February 22, 2002 24151 W. Bluemound Road
Waukesha

See also

References

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided is primarily from the National Register Information System, and has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For 1%, the location info may be way off. We seek to correct the coordinate information wherever it is found to be erroneous. Please leave a note in the Discussion page for this article if you believe any specific location is incorrect.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 20, 2018.
  3. ^ a b 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. ^ National Park Service (2008-04-24). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  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.
  6. ^ "Andrews, Sewall, House". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved . 
  7. ^ Diane M. Filipowicz; Michael R. Matucheski; Martin C. Perkins (February 1981). "NRHP Inventory/Nomination: Andrews, Sewall, House" (PDF). National Park Service. Retrieved .  With two photos.
  8. ^ "Mukwonago Red Brick Museum". Retrieved . 
  9. ^ "Arcadian Bottling Works". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved . 
  10. ^ HNTB (1982-02-10). "Intensive Survey Form: Arcadian Bottling Works" (PDF). State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Retrieved .  With 3 photos.
  11. ^ "Pearl and Grand Avenue Historic District". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved . 
  12. ^ "List of some properties in Mukwonago's Pearl and Grand Historic District". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved . 
  13. ^ "Christian Turck House". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved . 
  14. ^ "United Unitarian and Universalist Church". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved . 
  15. ^ Gardner, Richard A.; Williams, Barbara (June 2010). "Philadelphia Toboggan Company Carousel History; 1904-1941" (PDF) (Vol. 26, No. 6). The Carousel News & Trader. Retrieved . 

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