National Register of Historic Places listings in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin


National Register of Historic Places listings in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin

Buildings, sites, structures, districts, and objects in Ozaukee County listed on the National Register of Historic Places

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 10, 2011.[1]

Current listings

[2] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Bigelow School
Bigelow School
02000-07-27July 27, 2000 4228 W. Bonniwell Rd.
43°15′57″N 87°57′42″W / 43.265833°N 87.961667°W / 43.265833; -87.961667 (Bigelow School)
Mequon
2 Harry W. Bolens House
Harry W. Bolens House
01983-08-25August 25, 1983 842 W. Grand Ave.
43°23′14″N 87°53′14″W / 43.387222°N 87.887222°W / 43.387222; -87.887222 (Harry W. Bolens House)
Port Washington Home of Port Washington mayor and 1930's state senator.
3 Cedarburg Mill
Cedarburg Mill
01974-05-08May 8, 1974 215 E. Columbia Ave.
43°17′48″N 87°59′10″W / 43.296667°N 87.986111°W / 43.296667; -87.986111 (Cedarburg Mill)
Cedarburg 1855 gristmill
4 Cedarburg Woolen Co. Worsted Mill
Cedarburg Woolen Co. Worsted Mill
01983-06-30June 30, 1983 1350 14th Ave.
43°19′03″N 87°56′57″W / 43.3175°N 87.949167°W / 43.3175; -87.949167 (Cedarburg Woolen Co. Worsted Mill)
Grafton
5 Jonathan Clark House
Jonathan Clark House
01982-06-02June 2, 1982 13615 N. Cedarburg Rd.
43°15′57″N 87°59′23″W / 43.265833°N 87.989722°W / 43.265833; -87.989722 (Jonathan Clark House)
Mequon
6 Columbia Historic District
Columbia Historic District
01992-01-22January 22, 1992 Roughly bounded by Cedar Cr., Highland Dr. and Bridge Rd.
43°17′59″N 87°58′57″W / 43.299722°N 87.9825°W / 43.299722; -87.9825 (Columbia Historic District)
Cedarburg Residential neighborhood anchored by Trinity Lutheran Church
7 Concordia Mill
Concordia Mill
01974-04-26April 26, 1974 252 Green Bay Rd.
43°17′05″N 87°58′13″W / 43.284722°N 87.970278°W / 43.284722; -87.970278 (Concordia Mill)
Cedarburg
8 Covered Bridge
Covered Bridge
01973-03-14March 14, 1973 1 Mi. N of Five Corners over Cedar Creek
43°20′16″N 88°00′16″W / 43.337778°N 88.004444°W / 43.337778; -88.004444 (Covered Bridge)
Cedarburg The last remaining original covered bridge in Wisconsin. Built 1876, retired 1962
9 Isham Day House
Isham Day House
02000-12-28December 28, 2000 11312 N. Cedarburg Rd.
43°13′25″N 87°59′00″W / 43.223611°N 87.983333°W / 43.223611; -87.983333 (Isham Day House)
Mequon 1839 New England Yankee pioneer style home
10 Edward Dodge House
Edward Dodge House
01975-07-24July 24, 1975 126 E. Grand Ave.
43°23′16″N 87°52′10″W / 43.387778°N 87.869444°W / 43.387778; -87.869444 (Edward Dodge House)
Port Washington Greek Revival home with its faced covered in beach stones. Also known as Pebble House.
11 Grafton Flour Mill
Grafton Flour Mill
01983-06-30June 30, 1983 1300 14th Ave.
43°19′06″N 87°56′58″W / 43.318333°N 87.949444°W / 43.318333; -87.949444 (Grafton Flour Mill)
Grafton
12 Green Bay Road Historic District
Green Bay Road Historic District
02004-11-26November 26, 2004 149-195 Green Bay Rd.
43°13′58″N 87°58′56″W / 43.232778°N 87.982222°W / 43.232778; -87.982222 (Green Bay Road Historic District)
Thiensville
13 Hamilton Historic District
Hamilton Historic District
01976-07-01July 1, 1976 Hamilton and Green Bay Rds.
43°17′00″N 87°58′17″W / 43.283333°N 87.971389°W / 43.283333; -87.971389 (Hamilton Historic District)
Cedarburg
14 Hilgen and Wittenberg Woolen Mill
Hilgen and Wittenberg Woolen Mill
01978-12-22December 22, 1978 N70 W6340 Bridge Rd.
43°18′05″N 87°59′18″W / 43.301389°N 87.988333°W / 43.301389; -87.988333 (Hilgen and Wittenberg Woolen Mill)
Cedarburg
15 Hoffman House Hotel
Hoffman House Hotel
01984-03-01March 1, 1984 200 W. Grand Ave.
43°23′16″N 87°52′22″W / 43.387778°N 87.872778°W / 43.387778; -87.872778 (Hoffman House Hotel)
Port Washington
16 William F. Jahn Farmstead
William F. Jahn Farmstead
02000-08-10August 10, 2000 12112-12116 N. Wauwatosa Rd.
43°14′07″N 88°00′11″W / 43.235278°N 88.003056°W / 43.235278; -88.003056 (William F. Jahn Farmstead)
Mequon
17 Main Street Historic District
Main Street Historic District
02004-11-26November 26, 2004 101 N. Main St., 105-130 S. Main St., 101 Green Bay Rd. & 107 W. Buntrock Ave.
43°13′49″N 87°59′02″W / 43.230278°N 87.983889°W / 43.230278; -87.983889 (Main Street Historic District)
Thiensville
18 Mequon Town Hall and Fire Station Complex
Mequon Town Hall and Fire Station Complex
02000-07-18July 18, 2000 11333 N. Cedarburg Rd.
43°13′25″N 87°59′04″W / 43.223611°N 87.984444°W / 43.223611; -87.984444 (Mequon Town Hall and Fire Station Complex)
Mequon 1937 Art Deco building complex
19 NIAGARA (steamer)
NIAGARA (steamer)
01996-12-16December 16, 1996 one mile off shore
43°29′19″N 87°46′30″W / 43.488611°N 87.775°W / 43.488611; -87.775 (NIAGARA (steamer))
Belgium The wreck of the Niagara. Sank in 1856, taking the lives of 60 of its 170 passengers
20 Edwin J. Nieman Sr. House 01996-04-12April 12, 1996 13030 N. Cedarburg Rd.
43°15′19″N 87°59′25″W / 43.255278°N 87.990278°W / 43.255278; -87.990278 (Edwin J. Nieman Sr. House)
Mequon
21 NORTHERNER Shipwreck (Schooner)
NORTHERNER Shipwreck (Schooner)
02010-12-10December 10, 2010 5 miles southeast of Port Washington Harbor in Lake Michigan
Grafton 81-foot schooner, built in 1850, lost in 1868 off Port Ulao
22 O'Brien-Peuschel Farmstead
O'Brien-Peuschel Farmstead
02000-10-24October 24, 2000 12510 N. Wauwatosa Rd.
43°14′43″N 88°00′10″W / 43.245278°N 88.002778°W / 43.245278; -88.002778 (O'Brien-Peuschel Farmstead)
Mequon
23 Old Ozaukee County Courthouse
Old Ozaukee County Courthouse
01976-12-12December 12, 1976 109 W. Main St.
43°23′18″N 87°52′16″W / 43.388333°N 87.871111°W / 43.388333; -87.871111 (Old Ozaukee County Courthouse)
Port Washington
24 Payne Hotel
Payne Hotel
01991-03-14March 14, 1991 310 E. Green Bay Ave.
43°22′54″N 87°56′18″W / 43.381667°N 87.938333°W / 43.381667; -87.938333 (Payne Hotel)
Saukville A stagecoach inn, on Green Bay Road and Highway 33
25 Port Washington Downtown Historic District
Port Washington Downtown Historic District
02000-09-08September 8, 2000 Roughly along N. Franklin St., from E Jackson St. to E Grand Ave.
43°23′22″N 87°52′07″W / 43.389444°N 87.868611°W / 43.389444; -87.868611 (Port Washington Downtown Historic District)
Port Washington
26 Port Washington Fire Engine House
Port Washington Fire Engine House
02009-11-05November 5, 2009 102 East Pier St.
43°23′24″N 87°52′15″W / 43.389892°N 87.870911°W / 43.389892; -87.870911 (Port Washington Fire Engine House)
Port Washington
27 Port Washington Light Station
Port Washington Light Station
01999-09-29September 29, 1999 311 E. Johnson St.
43°23′28″N 87°52′03″W / 43.391111°N 87.8675°W / 43.391111; -87.8675 (Port Washington Light Station)
Port Washington Lighthouse, established 1860
28 John Reichert Farmhouse
John Reichert Farmhouse
01982-07-01July 1, 1982 14053 N. Wauwatosa Rd.
43°16′25″N 88°00′15″W / 43.273611°N 88.004167°W / 43.273611; -88.004167 (John Reichert Farmhouse)
Mequon
29 St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church
01977-12-12December 12, 1977 430 N. Johnson St.
43°23′30″N 87°52′10″W / 43.391667°N 87.869444°W / 43.391667; -87.869444 (St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church)
Port Washington Limestone Gothic Revival church
30 Stony Hill School
Stony Hill School
01976-10-08October 8, 1976 NE of Waubeka on SR 1
43°28′46″N 87°58′48″W / 43.479444°N 87.98°W / 43.479444; -87.98 (Stony Hill School)
Waubeka Location of the earliest formal observance of Flag Day, by schoolteacher Bernard Cigrand, in 1885.
31 TENNIE AND LAURA (Shipwreck)
TENNIE AND LAURA (Shipwreck)
02008-04-11April 11, 2008 9 miles off shore from Port Washington
Port Washington In 1903, the freighter Tennie & Laura sank in a storm while crossing Lake Michigan.
32 Jacob Voigt House
Jacob Voigt House
02000-09-22September 22, 2000 11550 N. Wauwatosa Rd.
43°13′44″N 88°00′28″W / 43.228889°N 88.007778°W / 43.228889; -88.007778 (Jacob Voigt House)
Mequon
33 Washington Avenue Historic District
Washington Avenue Historic District
01986-01-17January 17, 1986 Roughly bounded by Elm St., Cedar Creek, Hamilton Rd., and Washington Ave.
43°18′01″N 87°59′16″W / 43.300278°N 87.987778°W / 43.300278; -87.987778 (Washington Avenue Historic District)
Cedarburg Much of downtown Cedarburg, with buildings dating to the 1850's.
34 Wayside House
Wayside House
01982-03-17March 17, 1982 W61 N439 Washington Ave.
43°17′31″N 87°59′11″W / 43.291944°N 87.986389°W / 43.291944; -87.986389 (Wayside House)
Cedarburg

See also

References

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 10, 2011.
  2. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmark sites and National Register of Historic Places Districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.

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