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Woolen Mills Village Historic District

Woolen Mills Village Historic District
Woolen Mills Village Historic District
Location Area includes parts of Chesapeake, Franklin, Steephill, 18th NE, and East Market Streets and Riverside Avenue in the City of Charlottesville; and parts of Pireus Row and Marchant and East Market Streets in Albemarle County, Charlottesville, Virginia and
Albemarle County, Virginia
Coordinates

38°1′17.78″N 78°27′22.92″W / 38.0216056°N 78.4563667°W / 38.0216056; -78.4563667Coordinates: 38°1′17.78″N 78°27′22.92″W / 38.0216056°N 78.4563667°W / 38.0216056; -78.4563667

NRHP Reference # 10000196[1]
 # 002-1260
Significant dates
Added to NRHP April 12, 2010
Designated  December 17, 2009[2]

Woolen Mills Village Historic District is a historic district that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on April 12, 2010.[1] The district is in Albemarle County, Virginia and also in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Its area includes parts of Chesapeake, Franklin, Steephill, 18th NE, and East Market Streets and Riverside Avenue in the City of Charlottesville; and parts of Pireus Row and Marchant and East Market Streets in Albemarle County.[3]

The district may or may not include Woolen Mills Chapel, NRHP-listed in Charlottesville. (to be determined)

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