West Main Street Residential Historic District

Residences reflect a wide variety of architectural styles including Classical Revival, Gothic Revival, Tudor, American Foursquare, and Craftsman in addition to vernacular folk house forms. The majority of the buildings in the district are of wood frame construction and feature wood siding, native stone, or brick veneers. There are 33 buildings that contribute to the district’s period of significance (1900-1960). Tree-lined sidewalks of oaks, maples, catalpas, black locust, and Lombardy poplars are some of the species of trees that flank West Main Street.

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West Main Street between North 6th Street and Division, Blytheville, Arkansas
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