CornHillArtsFestival.com | CornHillHolidayTourofHomes.com | Corn Hill Store

Historic Corn Hill Districts

The Third Ward National Register District

The Third Ward Historic District, listed in the National Register of Historic Places in July, 1974, is roughly bound by Adams Street on the south, Peach Alley on the west, Interstate Highway 490 on the north, and the east side of Fitzhugh Street. Several properties that fall just outside the district are listed individually in the National Register.

Click image to see  larger version.

Third Ward National Register District

Third Ward National Register District

The Corn Hill Preservation District

The Corn Hill Preservation District, designated by the City of Rochester in 1977, has boundaries similar to those of the National Register district, except its eastern edge is the centerline of Plymouth Avenue. Streets entirely within the district are Eagle, Greenwood and Washington; streets partly in the district are Adams, Beaver, Peach, Garden, Troup, Atkinson, South Plymouth Avenue, Goldsmith Place and Livingston Place.  As with the National Register district, several city-designated landmark properties are just outside this district, and include 97 Adams Street, 123, 129 and 149 Fitzhugh Street.

Click image to see  larger version.

Corn Hill Preservation District

Corn Hill Preservation District