CLARKSVILLE, IN (May 12, 2022) – The Clarksville Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) is continuing to build on it’s program that recognizes some of the Town of Clarksville’s oldest homes. On Thursday, the HPC recognized nine Clarksville homes in the second year of its historic house recognition program. Plaques were presented to the owners of the homes, which range from 110 to 160 years old.
|Historic Owner||Year Built||Address||Current Owner|
|Noon House||Circa 1861||421-423 E. Riverside Drive||Kristie Moe|
|Hill House||Circa 1897||511 W. Kenwood Avenue||Alfred & Catherine Langolf|
|Raab House||Circa 1888||337 Howard Avenue||Michael & Kathy Wright|
|Perry-Nutter House||Circa 1889||348 W. Stansifer Avenue||Jack Nokes|
|Jennings House||Circa 1899||402 Arlington Avenue||Grant & Nancy Kelley|
|Grover House||Circa 1906||200 S. Elm Street||Lucas Simmons|
|Fouts House||Circa 1911||619 W. Harrison Avenue||Sarah Jackson & Martin Kehl|
|Volmer House||Circa 1912||907 N. Taggart Avenue||Joyce Ann Woods|
|Meyer House||Circa 1912||1021 Gutford Road||Jim & Rose Dietrich|
The HPC has also sponsored the creation of an online story map which allows residents to explore some of the other historic homes in Clarksville. To view the story map, click here.