Design Guidelines

Recognition of Country Club’s significance was first made in 1979 when the western half of the district was listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The Country Club Historic District was designated as a Landmark District in 1990. The L-shaped district includes 375 residences, most of which were constructed during the period of significance, 1902 through 1945. Country Club Historic District was found to qualify as a Landmark district because of its historical, architectural, and geographical significance.

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