Waukesha County, Wisconsin

Ahira R. Hinkley House (House)   [Map]
NE of Eagle off WI 59, Eagle, Wisconsin
Albert R. Baer House (House)   [Map]
W166 N8990 Grand Ave., Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Also known as: Vehring,Dorothy,Estate House
Alexander Cook House (House)   [Map]
Gothic Revival, 1865 house of ashlar stone
Andrew Barnes House (House)   [Map]
No longer at this address, moved in 1995
Also known as: Brew Realty Company; Robert Fiedman,M.D.,Office
Andrew Frame House (House)   [Map]
507 N. Grand Ave., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Arcadian Bottling Works (Industrial building)   [Map]
Former bottling plant converted to residential apartments
Also known as: Archadian Springs Apartments
Arlington Apartments (Residential building)   [Map]
The only Tudor Revival apartment building in Waukesha
Bank of Hartland (Bank)   [Map]
112 E. Capitol Dr., Hartland, Wisconsin
Barney House (House)   [Map]
Two-story Italianate block with a Cream City Brick veneer
Becker and Schafer Store Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
A highly intact, two-story, Boomtown form trame, at least, it was
Bishopstead (House)   [Map]
153 W. Oakwood Dr., Delafield, Wisconsin
Also known as: Bishop Jackson Kemper House
Block C Historic District (District)   [Map]
A wedge shaped district of buildings from the late 19th - early 20th Centuries
Burr Oak Tavern (Commercial building)   [Map]
315--317 E. Capitol Dr., Hartland, Wisconsin
C. A. Welch House (House)   [Map]
Large Queen Anne House on Waukesha's east side
Camillia Smith House (House)   [Map]
1883 Queen Anne style home on Waukesha's west side divided into apartments
Caples' Park Historic District (District)   [Map]
A residential district on Waukesha's south side comprised of several revival style houses
Casper M. Sanger House (House)   [Map · Street View]
Victorian Gothic house that has been a summer home, sanitarium and convent
Chapel of St. Mary the Virgin (Church)   [Map]
2 mi. SW of Nashotah on Nashotah House Rd., Nashotah, Wisconsin
Charles E. Nelson Sr., House (House)   [Map]
520 N. Grand Ave., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Charles Merten House (House)   [Map]
Two story frame house built from a mail order architectural plan
Also known as: J.K. Anderson House
Chicago and Northwestern Railroad Passenger Depot (Railroad depot)   [Map]
Old railroad station repurposed as a restaurant.
Also known as: The Depot Restaurant
Christian Turck House (House)   [Map]
1835 log home, built in Germantown, Washington County, Wisconsin and relocated to Old World Wisconsin, a museum of early Wisconsin structures.
Clarence Peck Residence (House)   [Map]
430 and 434 N. Lake Rd., Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
Also known as: Townsend,Dr. Hosea,House; Peck,Madame,Residence; Old White House
College Avenue Historic District (District)   [Map]
The College Avanue Historic District includes several residential and academic properties
Cyrus Davis Farmstead (Farm)   [Map]
W204 N7776 Lannon Rd., Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Dansk Evangelical Lutheran Kirke (Building)   [Map]
Romanesque Revival style church
Also known as: Lake Country Congregational Church, Dansk Evangelical Lutheran Church
David Hemlock J., House (House)   [Map]
234 Carroll St., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Davis, Cyrus--Davis Brothers Farmhouse (House)   [Map]
Private residence, Lannon Stone Farmhouse from mid-19th Century
Also known as: Wright,James F.,House
Deacon West Octagon House (House)   [Map]
370 High St., Pewaukee, Wisconsin
Delafield Fish Hatchery (Building)   [Map]
Former fish hatchery, now a local park asset
Dousman Stagecoach Inn (Hotel)   [Map]
Built 1843; Moved to current location in 1981 and restored
Also known as: Dunkel Inn, Robert Dunkel Home
Downtown Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by Broadway, Grand Ave., Clinton and South Sts., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Dr. Alfred L. Castleman House (House)   [Map]
975 S. Waterville Rd., Summit, Wisconsin
Dr. F. C. Elliot House (House)   [Map]
Gorgeous 19th Century Queen Anne style home
Dr. Volney L. Moore House (House)   [Map]
307 E. Main St., Waukesha, Wisconsin
East Broadway Historic District (District)   [Map]
An excellent group of thirty-two predominantly early twentieth century single family houses
East Capitol Drive Historic District (District)   [Map]
337--702 E. Capitol Dr., Hartland, Wisconsin
Elizabeth Hoos House (House)   [Map]
W164 N9010 Water St., Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Also known as: Stuettgen, Robert N., House
Enoch Gardner and Mary Caroline Koch Needham House (House)   [Map]
12713 W. Greenfield Ave., New Berlin, Wisconsin
Everett P. Barrett House (House)   [Map]
French Normandy style single-family residence built with reinforced concrete
First Baptist Church (Church)   [Map]
247 Wisconsin Ave., Waukesha, Wisconsin
First Congregational Church (Church)   [Map]
214 E. Capitol Dr., Hartland, Wisconsin
First Congregational Church (Church)   [Map]
100 E. Broadway, Waukesha, Wisconsin
First German Reformed Church (Church)   [Map]
The original church was destroyed in a spectacular fire in 2005 but has been rebuilt
Also known as: Erste Deutsche Reformite Kirche, Evangelical and Reformed United Church of Christ
First Methodist Church (Church)   [Map]
121 Wisconsin Ave., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Frank H. Putney House (House)   [Map]
Tudor Revival House repurposed to professional offices.
Frank Koehler House and Office (House)   [Map]
Repurposed as an office building.
Also known as: Zahn,Margarite,House
Freewill Baptist Church (Church)   [Map]
Modest Greek Revival style frame church
Also known as: Prospect Aid Meeting House, Muskego Meeting House
Garwin A. Mace House (House)   [Map]
One of the more elaborate Queen Anne Revival style houses in Menomonee Falls
Also known as: Lois Schneider House
Garwin Mace Lime Kilns (Furnace)   [Map]
LimeKiln Park, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Genesee Town Hall (City hall)   [Map]
Genesee St., Genesee Depot, Wisconsin
Also known as: Genesee Depot Amusement Hall
Genesee Woolen Mill Site (Site)   [Map]
W308 S4484 and W308 S4473 WI 83, Genesee, Wisconsin
George Dwinnell House (House)   [Map]
19th Century Queen Anne home southwest of Waukesha's downtown.
George E. Price Monument (Burial site)   [Map]
Grave site of George E. Price, conductor for the Milwaukee & Mississippi Railroad
George Lawrence Jr. Clarke House (House)   [Map]
One of the last surviving, intact remnants of Butler's farming roots
George N. Cobb House (House)   [Map]
S of Oconomowoc at 1505 N. Golden Lake Rd., Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
Also known as: Ahrens, Frederick C., House
Grand View Health Resort (Commercial building)   [Map]
500 Riverview Ave., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Also known as: Moor Mud Baths
Gredler-Gramins House (House)   [Map]
A textbook quality illustration of Greek Revival Style
Also known as: Gredler, John, House
Gustave Pabst Estate (Estate)   [Map]
36100 Genesee Lake Rd., Summit, Wisconsin
Also known as: St. Monica's Monastery
Hadfield Company Lime Kilns (Furnace)   [Map]
N of Waukesha, Waukesha, Wisconsin
Half Way House (Hotel)   [Map]
Half Way House in Brookfield, Wisconsin
Also known as: Halfway House, Hornburg Automobile Headquarters
Hannah Pratt House (House)   [Map]
501 Barney St., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Harold Hornburg House (House)   [Map]
213 Warren Ave., Hartland, Wisconsin
Hartland Railroad Depot (Railroad depot)   [Map]
301 Pawling Ave., Hartland, Wisconsin
Haseltine Cobblestone House (House)   [Map]
N of Big Bend on Big Bend Dr., Big Bend, Wisconsin
Also known as: Patt Cobblestone House
Hawks Inn (Building)   [Map]
Former stagecoach stop now serving as a museum
Henry and Mary Schuttler House (House)   [Map]
Former residence, land has been sold off for development and house is now a popular Bed & Breakfast
Also known as: The Inn at Pine Terrace, Mon Bijou
Herbert Hoeltz House (House)   [Map]
N87 W15714 Kenwood Blvd., Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Also known as: Sherwood, Robert D., House
Hoos--Rowell House (House)   [Map]
W164 N8953 Water St., Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Also known as: Grennier,Donald,House
J. C. Booth House (House)   [Map]
About 1 mi. SW of Saylesville on Saylesville Rd., Saylesville, Wisconsin
Also known as: John Rankin House
Jackson House (House)   [Map]
235 North Ave., Hartland, Wisconsin
Johann Zimmer Farmhouse (House)   [Map]
W156 N9390 Pilgrim Rd., Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Also known as: Loucks, Edith J., House
John A. Pratt House (House)   [Map]
N88 W15634 Park Blvd., Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Also known as: Schultz, Richard, House
John Howitt House (House)   [Map]
407 N. Grand Ave., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Joseph Fabacker House (House)   [Map]
Two-story Queen Anne style residence on top of a bluff overlooking downtown Waukesha
Also known as: Edwards,Thomas,House
Klatt's Miniature Village (Work of art)   [Map]
200 State Road (Wisconsin Highway 59,) North Prairie, Wisconsin
Koepsel House (House)   [Map]
Old World Wisconsin, off WI 59, Eagle, Wisconsin
Laflin Avenue Historic District (District)   [Map]
A group of 20 residences with ties back to the mineral water resort days of Waukesha
Lain-Estburg House (House)   [Map]
Greek Revival Home repurposed to American Legion Hall and restaurant.
Also known as: American Legion Home, Eric's Porter Haus
Lee Ovitt House (House)   [Map]
Distinctive one and a half story Queen Anne house
LeRoy A. Henze House (House)   [Map]
Mediterranean Revival Style house with rough stucco exterior and red tile roof
Also known as: Schloemer,Genieve,House
Lindholm Vocational and Adult School (School)   [Map]
Original home of today's Waukesha County Technical College
Also known as: Lindholm Building; Administrative Offices, School District of Waukesha
Louis Yanke Saloon (Building)   [Map]
200 Madison Ave., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Madison Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Nine residences of historic significance on a bluff overlooking downtown Waukesha
Also known as: Tower Hill
McCall Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Original 1983 NRHP listing for the HD, updated in the 1993 Boundary Expansion
McCall Street Historic District (Boundary Expansion) (District)   [Map]
A significant neighborhood of important houses and eclectic architectural styles
Menomonee Falls City Hall (City hall)   [Map]
N88 W16631 Appleton Ave., Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Also known as: Menomonee Falls Fire Department
Menomonee Falls Main Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Main Street Historic District, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Menomonee Golf Club (Building)   [Map]
Home of the Lombardi Classic Golf Tournament
Also known as: North Hills Country Club
Michael Wick Farmhouse and Barn (Barn)   [Map]
N72 W13449 Good Hope Rd., Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Also known as: T. Shimek House, T. Shimek Barn
Miller-Davidson House (House)   [Map]
On County Line Rd., E of U.S. 41, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Also known as: Fehl,John,House
Moreland Boulevard Pump House and Reservoir (Building)   [Map]
One-story, reinforced concrete, water pumping and storage facility
Morey--Andrews House (House)   [Map]
One-and-a-half story cobblestone house
Morey--Lewis House (House)   [Map]
Modest, one-and-a-half-story, cobblestone dwelling
Morey--Seidens House (House)   [Map]
Modest, one-and-a-half-story, cobblestone dwelling
Morey-Miller Sales Office (House)   [Map]
Cobblestone structure, once a sales office, now a private residence
Morris Cutler House (House)   [Map]
Home of Waukesha's original white settler.
Mukwonago High School (School)   [Map]
Former high school building, demolished after school moved to a new building
Also known as: Washington Avenue School
Nashotah House Theological Seminary (Religious monument)   [Map]
2777 Mission Rd., Delafield, Wisconsin
National Guard Armory 127th Regiment Infantry Company G (Armory)   [Map]
103 E. Jefferson at Main St., Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
Also known as: Company A 2D BN 128 Infantry Wisconsin Armory National Guard
National Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
235 W. Main St., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Also known as: Cuddles
Nehs Flour Mill (Building)   [Map]
N88W16447 Main Street, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Newhall Avenue Pump House and Reservoir (Building)   [Map]
445 W. Newhall Ave., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Nickell Block (Building)   [Map]
340 W. Main Street, Waukesha, Wisconsin
Also known as: The Steaming Cup
Northwestern Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
Built in 194, the Northwestern Hotel is better known as Club 400 with family ties to the late Les Paul
Also known as: Club 400
Oconomowoc City Hall (City hall)   [Map]
174 E. Wisconsin Ave., Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
Oconomowoc Depot (Railroad depot)   [Map]
115 Collins St., Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
Also known as: Oconomowoc Passenger Station; Chicago,Milwaukee,St. Paul and
Oconomowoc High School (School)   [Map]
High School turned Middle School, now serving the community as a 55-unit apartment building
Also known as: Oconomowoc School Apartments
Okauchee House (Building)   [Map]
34880 Lake Dr., Okauchee, Wisconsin
Old Waukesha County Courthouse (Museum)   [Map]
Romanesque couthouse, clad in Lannon stone, now serving as a museum.
Old World Wisconsin (Museum)   [Map]
A 600 acre outdoor museum of life in Wisconsin in the 19th Century
Owen and Margaret Oliver House (House)   [Map]
A rural Italinate farmhouse that has changed little over its lifetime.
Patrick J. Buckley House (House)   [Map]
Beautiful 19th Century Queen Anne, in use as a private residence
Pearl and Grand Avenue Historic District (District)   [Map]
Residential neighborhood that consists of twenty-four significant houses
Perry Grace House (House)   [Map]
19th Century Queen Anne home on Waukesha's west side
Pokrandt Blacksmith Shop (Commercial building)   [Map]
Free standing, two story structure with fašade clad with Lannon stone.
Also known as: Pokrandt Alignment and Spring Service (Now Closed)
Putney Block (Meeting hall)   [Map]
301 W. Main St., 816 and 802 Grand Ave., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Ralph C. Bailie House (House)   [Map]
530 North Ave., Hartland, Wisconsin
Reformed Presbyterian Church of Vernon (Church)   [Map]
W234 S7710 big Bend Rd., Vernon, Wisconsin
Also known as: Convenanter Church
Resthaven Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
A Y-shape structure, built as a luxury hotel, used as a VA Hospital and now serving as a school
Also known as: New Tribes Bible Institute
Robert O. Jones House (House)   [Map]
501 W. College Ave., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Robinson Block (Meeting hall)   [Map]
Three story limestone building in the Downtown Historic District
Samuel D. James House (House)   [Map]
726 N. East Ave., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Also known as: Spring City Building
Sarah Belle Van Buren House (House)   [Map]
128 Hill St., Hartland, Wisconsin
Saylesville Historic District (District)   [Map]
Saylesville Rd. From Genesee Creek to Point Dr., Genesee, Wisconsin
Sen. William Blair House (House)   [Map]
Fine example of the Italianate style overlooking downtown Waukesha
Also known as: Family Practice Clinic
Sewall Andrews House (House)   [Map]
Residence of one of Mukwonago's founding fathers, now serving as a museum
Also known as: Mukwonago Museum
Sign of the Willows (Building)   [Map]
122 E. Capitol Dr., Hartland, Wisconsin
Also known as: Cobblestone Inn, Palmer's Steakhouse
Silurian Mineral Springhouse (Spring)   [Map]
Octagonal Spring House, a Reminder of Waukesha's Past as a center of mineral water resorts and bottling.
St. John Chrysostom Church (Church)   [Map]
A lovely wooden board and batten church, set back from the roadway.
Also known as: The Little Red Church on the Hill
St. John's Military Academy (School)   [Map]
Genessee St., Delafield, Wisconsin
St. Joseph's Catholic Church Complex (Church)   [Map]
818 N. East Ave., Waukesha, Wisconsin
St. Matthias Episcopal Church (Church)   [Map]
Gothic Revival Church clad with Lannon Stone
Statesan Historic District (District)   [Map]
Boys School Rd., Wales, Wisconsin
Also known as: Wisconsin State Sanatorium, Ethan Allen School for Boys
Stephen Warren House (House)   [Map]
235 E. Capitol Dr., Hartland, Wisconsin
Ten Chimneys (House)   [Map]
S42 W31610 Depot Road and W314 S4151 WI 83, Town of Genesee, Wisconsin
Also known as: Fontanne, Lynne House; Lunt, Alfred, House
Ten Chimneys (House)   [Map]
S42 W31610 Depot Rd., Genesee, Wisconsin
Also known as: Fontanne, Lynn and Lunt, Alfred, House
Third Street Bridge (Bridge)   [Map]
One of only eight, statewide, stone-arch bridges located in a municipality that were deemed eligible for the National Register.
Also known as: Roosevelt Drive Bridge
Thomas Camp Farmhouse (House)   [Map]
Private residence, Lannon Stone Farmhouse from mid-19th Century
Also known as: Lannon Field Farms
Totten-Butterfield House (House)   [Map]
515 N. Grand Ave., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Trapp Filling Station (House)   [Map]
252--256 W. Capitol Dr., Hartland, Wisconsin
United Unitarian and Universalist Church (Church)   [Map]
Church currently closed and unused
Also known as: Resurrection Episcopal Church
Vernon, Wisconsin (Populated place)   [Map]

Village of Lannon (Populated place)   [Map]
The Village of Lannon is known for its stone quarries and for providing "Lannon Stone" for building projects all around eastern Wisconsin.
Village Park Bandstand (Structure)   [Map]
Octagonal Bandstand with Lannon Stone Foundation
Visitation Convent Complex (Site)   [Map]
A campus of buildings of several architectural styles, including the convent, infirmary, school, orphanage and cemetery.
Also known as: School Sisters of Notre Dame Convent
Walter L. Peck House (House)   [Map]
A Four-Story Queen Ann "Cottage" built as a summer home in 1882, now a year-round residence
Also known as: Islandale
Walter S. Chandler House (House)   [Map]
Beautiful Gothic Revival mansion with great features, designed by Edward Townsend Mix
Ward District No. 3 Schoolhouse (School)   [Map]
WI 67 and Betts Rd., Eagle, Wisconsin
Waukesha (Former) Post Office (Post office)   [Map]
Former downtown Post Office repurposed for private uses.
Also known as: First National Bank of Waukesha, Rotunda Banquet Facility
Waukesha Pure Food Company (Building)   [Map]
550 Elizabeth St., Waukesha, Wisconsin
Also known as: Aries Industries
Weston's Antique Apple Orchard (House)   [Map]
An original dairy farm turned apple orchard located at the summit of Prospect Hill
Also known as: Weston Family Farm
William G. Mann House (House)   [Map]
Asymmetrically composed, 1897 Queen Anne style house
William Johnston Lime Kiln (Furnace)   [Map]
E of Genesse Depot, Saylesville, Wisconsin
William Nickell A., House (House)   [Map]
Restrained and carefully detailed Queen Anne style house
William P. Sloan House (House)   [Map]
The first stone building constructed in Waukesha
Also known as: Tomorrow's Choice Family Resource Center
William Powrie House (House)   [Map]
Well ornamented Queen Anne house in the Carroll University neighborhood
Wisconsin Avenue Historic District (District)   [Map]
Wisconsin, Waukesha, Wisconsin
Wisconsin Industrial School for Boys (School)   [Map]
The Wisconsin Industrial School for Boys continues to serve Waukesha as the Harvey Philip Alternative High School
Also known as: Harvey Philip Alternative High School
Wisconsin Memorial Park (Cemetery)   [Map]
One of the largest cemeteries in Wisconsin
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church (Church)   [Map]
403 W. Capitol Dr., Hartland, Wisconsin