National Register of Historic Places listings in Cleveland County, North Carolina

This list includes properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Cleveland County, North Carolina. Click the "Map of all coordinates" link to the right to view an online map of all properties and districts with latitude and longitude coordinates in the table below.[1]

Current listings

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted December 2, 2016.[2]
[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Banker's House
Banker's House
May 6, 1975
319 N. Lafayette St.
35°17′44″N 81°32′22″W / 35.295556°N 81.539444°W / 35.295556; -81.539444 (Banker's House)
2 Joshua Beam House
Joshua Beam House
June 4, 1980
Northeast of Shelby
35°20′47″N 81°29′10″W / 35.346389°N 81.486111°W / 35.346389; -81.486111 (Joshua Beam House)
3 Central School Historic District
Central School Historic District
May 18, 2001
Roughly N. Battleground Ave., N. Piedmont Ave., E. King St., E. Ridge Ave., and N. Gaston St.
35°14′34″N 81°20′34″W / 35.242778°N 81.342778°W / 35.242778; -81.342778 (Central School Historic District)
Kings Mountain
4 Central Shelby Historic District
Central Shelby Historic District
June 23, 1983
Roughly Washington St. from Gidney to Sumter, Graham and Warren Sts. to Morgan, and Marion St. from Washington St. to Thompson; also roughly bounded by E. Elm, S. Lafayette, Blanton, N. Thompson, W. Sumter, N. Lafayette, Kendal, and S. Dekalb Sts.
35°17′17″N 81°32′33″W / 35.288056°N 81.5425°W / 35.288056; -81.5425 (Central Shelby Historic District)
Shelby Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of September 14, 2002
5 Cleveland County Courthouse
Cleveland County Courthouse
May 10, 1979
Marion, Washington, Warren, and Lafayette Sts.
35°17′29″N 81°32′22″W / 35.291389°N 81.539444°W / 35.291389; -81.539444 (Cleveland County Courthouse)
Shelby Also called Old Cleveland County Courthouse.
6 Cleveland County Training School
Cleveland County Training School
May 2, 2016
341 Hudson St.
35°17′56″N 81°32′00″W / 35.299018°N 81.533314°W / 35.299018; -81.533314 (Cleveland County Training School)
7 Davidson Elementary School
Davidson Elementary School
May 18, 2016
500 W. Piedmont Ave.
35°14′41″N 81°21′07″W / 35.2446°N 81.3520°W / 35.2446; -81.3520 (Davidson Elementary School)
Kings Mountain
8 Double Shoals Cotton Mill
Double Shoals Cotton Mill
March 24, 2009
199 Old Mill Rd.
35°22′51″N 81°32′43″W / 35.380758°N 81.545208°W / 35.380758; -81.545208 (Double Shoals Cotton Mill)
Double Shoals
9 East Marion-Belvedere Park Historic District
East Marion-Belvedere Park Historic District
December 31, 2002
Roughly bounded by Cline, Chestnut, E. Marion Sts., Edgemont Ave, Belvedere Aves., and Elizabeth Rd.
35°17′36″N 81°31′36″W / 35.293333°N 81.526667°W / 35.293333; -81.526667 (East Marion-Belvedere Park Historic District)
10 E. B. Hamrick Hall
E. B. Hamrick Hall
July 12, 1982
Gardner-Webb College campus
35°14′58″N 81°40′05″W / 35.249444°N 81.668056°W / 35.249444; -81.668056 (E. B. Hamrick Hall)
Boiling Springs
11 James Heyward Hull House
James Heyward Hull House
May 1, 2003
710 N. Lafayette St.
35°18′01″N 81°32′22″W / 35.300278°N 81.539444°W / 35.300278; -81.539444 (James Heyward Hull House)
12 Irvin-Hamrick Log House
Irvin-Hamrick Log House
May 28, 1980
Northwest of Boiling Springs on SR 1153
35°16′35″N 81°37′33″W / 35.276389°N 81.625833°W / 35.276389; -81.625833 (Irvin-Hamrick Log House)
Boiling Springs
13 King Street Overhead Bridge
King Street Overhead Bridge
April 6, 2005
King St. between Battleground and Railroad Aves.
35°14′27″N 81°20′41″W / 35.240833°N 81.344722°W / 35.240833; -81.344722 (King Street Overhead Bridge)
Kings Mountain
14 John Lattimore House Upload image
August 26, 1982
Northwest of Polkville on SR 1372
35°26′35″N 81°39′57″W / 35.443056°N 81.665833°W / 35.443056; -81.665833 (John Lattimore House)
15 Margrace Mill Village Historic District
Margrace Mill Village Historic District
May 6, 2009
101-117, 102-120 Cloninger St., 101-113, 102-116, 200 Fulton Dr., 145 Ark St., 101-107, 102-114 Water Oak St.
35°13′29″N 81°21′44″W / 35.224633°N 81.362233°W / 35.224633; -81.362233 (Margrace Mill Village Historic District)
Kings Mountain
16 Masonic Temple Building
Masonic Temple Building
July 15, 1982
203 S. Washington St.
35°16′54″N 81°32′18″W / 35.281667°N 81.538333°W / 35.281667; -81.538333 (Masonic Temple Building)
17 Jacob S. Mauney Memorial Library and Teacher's Home
Jacob S. Mauney Memorial Library and Teacher's Home
December 16, 2014
100 S. Piedmont Ave.
35°14′27″N 81°20′34″W / 35.2407°N 81.3429°W / 35.2407; -81.3429 (Jacob S. Mauney Memorial Library and Teacher's Home)
Kings Mountain
18 Dr. Victor McBrayer House
Dr. Victor McBrayer House
May 31, 1979
507 N. Morgan St.
35°17′39″N 81°32′30″W / 35.294167°N 81.541667°W / 35.294167; -81.541667 (Dr. Victor McBrayer House)
19 Shelby Cotton Mill
Shelby Cotton Mill
December 15, 2015
500 S. Morgan St.
35°17′09″N 81°32′33″W / 35.285708°N 81.542464°W / 35.285708; -81.542464 (Shelby Cotton Mill)
20 Shiloh Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Shiloh Presbyterian Church Cemetery
December 22, 2011
Elm St., 0.9 miles (1.4 km) south of U.S. Route 29
35°10′09″N 81°25′57″W / 35.169297°N 81.432442°W / 35.169297; -81.432442 (Shiloh Presbyterian Church Cemetery)
21 Southern Railway Company Overhead Bridge
Southern Railway Company Overhead Bridge
April 19, 2007
Spanning the double tracks on the Norfolk Southern Railroad between Battleground and Railroad Aves., 1/2 block north of King St.
35°14′29″N 81°20′41″W / 35.241389°N 81.344722°W / 35.241389; -81.344722 (Southern Railway Company Overhead Bridge)
Kings Mountain
22 George Sperling House and Outbuildings
George Sperling House and Outbuildings
December 31, 2001
1219 Fallston Rd.
35°18′53″N 81°31′22″W / 35.314722°N 81.522778°W / 35.314722; -81.522778 (George Sperling House and Outbuildings)
23 Joseph Suttle House
Joseph Suttle House
July 17, 1980
Southwest of Shelby
35°15′55″N 81°35′09″W / 35.265278°N 81.585833°W / 35.265278; -81.585833 (Joseph Suttle House)
24 United States Post Office
United States Post Office
April 29, 2015
100 E. Mountain St.
35°14′21″N 81°20′32″W / 35.2391°N 81.3421°W / 35.2391; -81.3421 (United States Post Office)
Kings Mountain Now the Kings Mountain Historical Museum
25 Webbley
September 29, 1980
403 S. Washington St.
35°17′14″N 81°32′20″W / 35.287222°N 81.538889°W / 35.287222; -81.538889 (Webbley)
26 West End Historic District
West End Historic District
September 3, 2010
Bounded by W. Mountain St., W. Gold St., S. Cansler St., S. Tracy St., S. Watterson St., and S. Goforth St.
35°14′19″N 81°21′00″W / 35.238611°N 81.35°W / 35.238611; -81.35 (West End Historic District)
Kings Mountain
27 West Warren Street Historic District
West Warren Street Historic District
May 12, 2009
Roughly bounded by W. Warren, McBrayer, Blanton, and Whisnant Sts.
35°17′28″N 81°32′40″W / 35.291028°N 81.544414°W / 35.291028; -81.544414 (West Warren Street Historic District)

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  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. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. 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 December 2, 2016.
  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. 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.
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