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Historic Districts on National Register in Stoughton


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Northwest Side
There are nearly 250 historic homes in this district. Homes date from the 1850's, with the majority built between 1880 and 1915. The most frequent style is Queen Anne, with a number of Italianate, American foursquare, craftsman/bungalow, and colonial revival styles as well.

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Southwest Side
In this neighborhood of over 120 homes Queen Anne style is most common, along with many Italianates. Almost three-quarters of the buildings were constructed between 1880 and 1910.

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Main Street
This commercial historic district stretches from the Romanesque Revival City Hall on the east to the Yahara River on the west. Buildings are mostly Italianate, Queen Anne, and Neo-Classical styles constructed from the mid-nineteenth to the early twentieth century.

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East Side
Most of the 80 plus homes in this district were built in the short period between 1890 and 1915, and the majority are of that era's popular Queen Anne style.

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East Park Historic District
This neighborhood features a number of bungalow and craftsman style homes that border the charming East Side City Park.