Waukesha, Wisconsin

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Alexander Cook House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Gothic Revival, 1865 house of ashlar stone
Andrew Frame House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Arcadian Bottling Works (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Former bottling plant converted to residential apartments
Arlington Apartments (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
The only Tudor Revival apartment building in Waukesha
Barney House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Two-story Italianate block with a Cream City Brick veneer
Becker and Schafer Store Building (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
A highly intact, two-story, Boomtown form trame, at least, it was
Block C Historic District (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
A wedge shaped district of buildings from the late 19th - early 20th Centuries
C. A. Welch House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Large Queen Anne House on Waukesha's east side
Camillia Smith House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
1883 Queen Anne style home on Waukesha's west side divided into apartments
Caples' Park Historic District (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
A residential district on Waukesha's south side comprised of several revival style houses
Casper M. Sanger House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Victorian Gothic house that has been a summer home, sanitarium and convent
Charles E. Nelson Sr., House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Charles Merten House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Two story frame house built from a mail order architectural plan
Chicago and Northwestern Railroad Passenger Depot (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Old railroad station repurposed as a restaurant.
College Avenue Historic District (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
The College Avanue Historic District includes several residential and academic properties
David Hemlock J., House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Downtown Historic District (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Dr. F. C. Elliot House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Gorgeous 19th Century Queen Anne style home
Dr. Volney L. Moore House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
East Broadway Historic District (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
An excellent group of thirty-two predominantly early twentieth century single family houses
Everett P. Barrett House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
French Normandy style single-family residence built with reinforced concrete
First Baptist Church (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
First Congregational Church (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
First German Reformed Church (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
The original church was destroyed in a spectacular fire in 2005 but has been rebuilt
First Methodist Church (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Frank H. Putney House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Tudor Revival House repurposed to professional offices.
George Dwinnell House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
19th Century Queen Anne home southwest of Waukesha's downtown.
Grand View Health Resort (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Hadfield Company Lime Kilns (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Hannah Pratt House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
John Howitt House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Joseph Fabacker House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Two-story Queen Anne style residence on top of a bluff overlooking downtown Waukesha
Laflin Avenue Historic District (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
A group of 20 residences with ties back to the mineral water resort days of Waukesha
Lain-Estburg House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Greek Revival Home repurposed to American Legion Hall and restaurant.
Louis Yanke Saloon (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Madison Street Historic District (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Nine residences of historic significance on a bluff overlooking downtown Waukesha
McCall Street Historic District (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Original 1983 NRHP listing for the HD, updated in the 1993 Boundary Expansion
McCall Street Historic District (Boundary Expansion) (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
A significant neighborhood of important houses and eclectic architectural styles
Moreland Boulevard Pump House and Reservoir (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
One-story, reinforced concrete, water pumping and storage facility
Morey--Andrews House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
One-and-a-half story cobblestone house
Morey--Lewis House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Modest, one-and-a-half-story, cobblestone dwelling
Morey--Seidens House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Modest, one-and-a-half-story, cobblestone dwelling
National Hotel (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Newhall Avenue Pump House and Reservoir (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Northwestern Hotel (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Built in 194, the Northwestern Hotel is better known as Club 400 with family ties to the late Les Paul
Old Waukesha County Courthouse (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Romanesque couthouse, clad in Lannon stone, now serving as a museum.
Patrick J. Buckley House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Beautiful 19th Century Queen Anne, in use as a private residence
Pearl and Grand Avenue Historic District (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Residential neighborhood that consists of twenty-four significant houses
Perry Grace House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
19th Century Queen Anne home on Waukesha's west side
Pokrandt Blacksmith Shop (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Free standing, two story structure with fašade clad with Lannon stone.
Putney Block (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Resthaven Hotel (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
A Y-shape structure, built as a luxury hotel, used as a VA Hospital and now serving as a school
Robert O. Jones House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Samuel D. James House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Sen. William Blair House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Fine example of the Italianate style overlooking downtown Waukesha
Silurian Mineral Springhouse (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Octagonal Spring House, a Reminder of Waukesha's Past as a center of mineral water resorts and bottling.
St. Joseph's Catholic Church Complex (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
St. Matthias Episcopal Church (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Gothic Revival Church clad with Lannon Stone
Totten-Butterfield House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Walter S. Chandler House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Beautiful Gothic Revival mansion with great features, designed by Edward Townsend Mix
Waukesha (Former) Post Office (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Former downtown Post Office repurposed for private uses.
Waukesha Pure Food Company (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
William G. Mann House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Asymmetrically composed, 1897 Queen Anne style house
William Nickell A., House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Restrained and carefully detailed Queen Anne style house
William P. Sloan House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
The first stone building constructed in Waukesha
Wisconsin Avenue Historic District (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Wisconsin Industrial School for Boys (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
The Wisconsin Industrial School for Boys continues to serve Waukesha as the Harvey Philip Alternative High School