Andrew Warren Historic District - Wausau, WI
N 44° 57.790 W 089° 37.400
16T E 293108 N 4982206
Quick Description: The Andrew Warren Historic District is comprised of 62 buildings built between 1868 and 1934. It is roughly bounded by Fulton, Grant, 4th, and 7th Sts.
Location: Wisconsin, United States
Date Posted: 9/19/2007 1:58:53 PM
Waymark Code: WM27Z7
From the City of Wausau web site:
"The Warren District is named after sawmill owner Andrew Warren, who purchased the land in 1853. The sixty-two buildings, mostly homes built between 1868 and 1934, comprise this architecturally significant area in the heart of Wausau’s east side. Buildings from the Prairie School of Architecture exist here as well as examples of Greek Revival, Italianate, Queen Anne, and Neo-Classical Revival styles. The two homes that comprise the Marathon Country Historical Museum, Society and Library are located in this district.
A free brochure containing a self-guided tour of historic neighborhoods is available at area museums and the Wausau Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. "City in the Pinery - A Guide to Wausau's Historic Architecture," a pictorial and informational publication, is also sold in several shops throughout the Wausau Area."
Roughly bounded by Fulton, Grant, 4th, and 7th Sts.
Wausau, WI USA
County / Borough / Parish: Marathon
Year listed: 1984
Historic (Areas of) Significance: Architecture/Engineering, Event: Style: Greek Revival, Other, Late 19th And 20th Century Revivals
Periods of significance: 1850-1874, 1875-1899, 1900-1924, 1925-1949
Historic function: Domestic: Single Dwelling
Current function: Domestic: Multiple/Single Dwelling
Privately owned?: yes
Primary Web Site: [Web Link]
Secondary Website 1: [Web Link]
Season start / Season finish: Not listed
Hours of operation: Not listed
Secondary Website 2: Not listed
National Historic Landmark Link: Not listed
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