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Lutherville Historic District

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Lutherville Historic District

Lutherville Historic District
One of several signs surrounding the Lutherville, Maryland Historic District. Taken on Kurtz Ave. just past Ridgely Rd.
Lutherville Historic District
Location Roughly bounded by I 695, York and Ridgely Rds., and Lutherville Dr., Lutherville, Maryland

39°25′19″N 76°38′41″W / 39.42194°N 76.64472°W / 39.42194; -76.64472Coordinates: 39°25′19″N 76°38′41″W / 39.42194°N 76.64472°W / 39.42194; -76.64472

Built 1852
Architect Morris, Dr. John Gottlieb
Architectural style Colonial Revival, Late Victorian, Gothic Revival
Governing body Private
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Added to NRHP November 09, 1972

Lutherville Historic District is a national historic district at Lutherville, Baltimore County, Maryland, United States. It is an irregularly shaped urban entity founded in 1852 as a summer resort and suburb of Baltimore City. Single-family dwellings on large lots characterize the community and most of the structures predate World War I, although ranch-type and "colonial" houses have appeared in the past few decades.[2]

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.[1]


External links

  • Lutherville Historic District, Baltimore County, including photo from 2000, at Maryland Historical Trust
  • Boundary Map of the Lutherville Historic District, Baltimore County, at Maryland Historical Trust

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