Conner Street Historic District

Roughly both sides of Logan and Conner Sts. between 10th and 17th., Noblesville, Indiana

Residential district along two major east/west streets in Noblesville


Looking East on Logan Street

The historic district is comprised of houses along Conner and Logan Streets. Logan is paved with brick.

For more information about the structures in this historic district, click on the link in "Sources" to see the original application to the NPS for inclusion of the historic district on the NRHP.

Photo taken by J.R. Manning in August 2016




"The Conner Street Historic District is a residential district located along two major east/west streets in Noblesville. Comprising a wide range of styles, materials, shapes and sizes, it depicts both affluent and middle class families in Noblesville's history. The district contains a mix of styles including Gothic Revival, Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, and Craftsman. The district also contains non-contributing ranch style homes constructed after the period of significance. Generally, the earliest houses are found along on the west end of the two streets with Logan Street having developed a few years earlier than Conner.

"Most structures in the district were built as single family homes. There are a few non-residential structures including two churches and a high school gymnasium. While the majority of the homes remain single family, several have been converted to multiple family units and several are used as commercial structures.

"Most houses have two or more stories and some type of front porch. Dormers are also a common feature. 1084 Logan is partially log, although the logs are not visible. Brick and wood are the predominant exterior materials. While aluminum and vinyl siding are also common, most of these structures retain their decorative woodwork and original form. A large number of contributing outbuildings are extant, including one privy. Conner Street has several large sections of brick sidewalks, while Logan is paved with brick pavers."

Description adapted from the National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form prepared by Carol Ann Schweikert of the Noblesville Preservation Alliance, March 12, 1998. A link to the document is listed below under "Sources."

National Register information 

Posted to the National Register of Historic Places on March 12, 1999
Reference number
Architectural styles
Victorian; Late 19th and 20th Century Revival
Areas of significance
Architecture; Community Planning and Development; Social History
Level of significance
Evaluation criteria
A - Event; C - Design/Construction
Property type
Historic functions
Single dwelling; Multiple dwelling; Secondary structure; Religious structure; School; Specialty store
Current functions
Single dwelling; Multiple dwelling; Secondary structure; Business; Professional; Specialty store; Mortuary
Periods of significance
1825-1849; 1850-1874; 1875-1899; 1900-1924; 1925-1949
Number of properties
Contributing buildings: 146
Non-contributing buildings: 29

Update Log 

  • October 2, 2016: Updated by J.R. Manning: Updated status, added description and added photos