The Elm Street/Round Hill Historic District is a local historic district in the city of Northampton, Massachusetts. Established in 1994 along one mile of Elm Street it was expanded to include Round Hill Road in 2012. There are 139 buildings ranging in style from early 18th century colonial to Modern and International style. The first lots on what is now Elm Street (from Main Street to Round Hill) were granted between 1659 and 1661. Catholic Churches punctuate each end of the district.

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  • The Elm Street/Round Hill Historic District is a local historic district in the city of Northampton, Massachusetts. Established in 1994 along one mile of Elm Street it was expanded to include Round Hill Road in 2012. There are 139 buildings ranging in style from early 18th century colonial to Modern and International style. The first lots on what is now Elm Street (from Main Street to Round Hill) were granted between 1659 and 1661. The founding of Clarke School for the Deaf in 1867 and the founding of Smith College in 1871 marked the beginning of a significant number of institutional buildings in a wide range of architectural styles at the eastern end of the district (Smith College) and Round Hill Road (Clarke Schools). There was a boom in residential home building from the mid-19th to early 20th century and as a result many homes are Queen Anne and Colonial Revival style. In 2013 the Clarke Schools sold 12 acres with ten buildings to a developer who will create luxury condominiums and commercial space. Catholic Churches punctuate each end of the district. Elm Street is part of Massachusetts Route 9 which runs East/West between Pittsfield, Massachusetts and Boston, Massachusetts. (en)
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  • Shown above: commencement of Elm Street Historic District, Northampton, Massachusetts with St. Mary's Catholic Church in background. (en)
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  • The district includes the north and south sides of one mile of Elm Street running from St. Mary's Catholic Church to Woodlawn Avenue and 35 buildings on the southerly end of Round Hill Road. (en)
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  • Elm Street Historic District Northampton, Massachusetts (en)
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  • The Elm Street/Round Hill Historic District is a local historic district in the city of Northampton, Massachusetts. Established in 1994 along one mile of Elm Street it was expanded to include Round Hill Road in 2012. There are 139 buildings ranging in style from early 18th century colonial to Modern and International style. The first lots on what is now Elm Street (from Main Street to Round Hill) were granted between 1659 and 1661. Catholic Churches punctuate each end of the district. (en)
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  • Elm Street Historic District (Northampton, Massachusetts) (en)
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