Stuart Addition Historic District

Staunton’s Neighborhood Brown Bag Series continues with a walk through the Stuart Addition Historic District.

Located along the western slope of a north/south ridge, one block above central downtown, Stuart Addition is Staunton’s smallest historic district. Stuart Addition extends from Frederick Street to the south, Augusta Street to the west, Market Street to the east and Sunnyside Street to the north – with a few parcels breaking and expanding those edges.

Many historic homes and five churches, three of which are historic black churches, are within the district’s boundaries. An historic barbershop, two former school buildings, as well as the locations of an early tin smith, printing shop and pressing parlor are included in the neighborhood.

Join us as we explore Staunton’s Stuart Addition Historic District.

Open and free to the public

Stuart Addition  Photo Gallery

 

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