National Register of Historic Places listings in Berrien County, Michigan

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Berrien County, Michigan.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Berrien County, Michigan, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a map.[1]

There are 30 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted December 13, 2019.[2]

Current listings

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Avery Road-Galien River Bridge December 17, 1999
Avery Rd. over the Galien River
41°52′27″N 86°33′17″W
Weesaw Township
2 Berrien Springs Courthouse February 16, 1970
Corner of Union and Cass Sts.
41°56′53″N 86°20′28″W
Berrien Springs
3 Blossomland Bridge December 17, 1999
M-63 over the St. Joseph River
42°06′45″N 86°28′40″W
St. Joseph
4 Buchanan Downtown Historic District September 2, 2009
Front Street, between 117 West and 256 East; parts of Main Street, between 108 and 210-212; and 114 N. Oak Street
41°49′39″N 86°21′37″W
5 Buchanan North and West Neighborhoods Historic District November 30, 2011
Roughly bounded by Main, 4th, Chippewa, W. Front, S. Detroit, Chicago, Clark, Roe, and Charles Sts.
41°49′42″N 86°21′54″W
6 Henry A. Chapin House July 30, 1981
508 E. Main St.
41°49′45″N 86°15′12″W
7 Rock S. Edwards Farmstead July 21, 1995
3503 Edwards Rd. (Sodus Pkwy.)
42°03′10″N 86°22′21″W
Sodus Township
8 Fidelity Building February 14, 2002
162 Pipestone St.
42°06′52″N 86°27′15″W
Benton Harbor
9 Fort St. Joseph Site May 24, 1973
Bond St. along the St. Joseph River[6]
41°48′54″N 86°15′39″W
10 Lakeside Inn July 16, 2009
15251 Lakeshore Rd.
41°50′49″N 86°40′32″W
11 Ring Lardner House March 16, 1972
519 Bond St.
41°49′22″N 86°15′17″W
12 Mary's City of David April 15, 2009
1158 E. Britain Ave.
42°06′32″N 86°25′51″W
Benton Charter Township
13 Moccasin Bluff Site April 13, 1977
Red Bud Trail[7]
41°51′20″N 86°22′00″W
14 Niles Downtown Historic District June 21, 2007
Sycamore, Main, and Cedar between Front and 5th
41°49′47″N 86°15′22″W
15 Niles Railroad Depot September 19, 1979
598 Dey St.
41°50′14″N 86°15′08″W
16 Ninth District Lighthouse Depot December 2, 1993
128 N. Pier
42°06′51″N 86°29′09″W
St. Joseph
17 North Watervliet Road-Paw Paw Lake Outlet Bridge December 17, 1999
N. Watervliet Rd. over Paw Paw Lake outlet
42°12′28″N 86°15′00″W
Watervliet Township Demolished in 2008
18 Old Berrien County Courthouse Complex April 29, 1982
Roughly bounded by Cass, Kimmel, Madison, and Union Sts.
41°56′53″N 86°20′28″W
Berrien Springs
19 Old US Post Office September 12, 1985
322 E. Main St.
41°49′46″N 86°16′02″W
20 Paine Bank May 8, 1973
1008 Oak St.
41°49′36″N 86°14′52″W
21 Wendell P. and Harriet Rounds Robbins House May 2, 2007
680 Pipestone St.
42°06′17″N 86°26′38″W
Benton Harbor
22 Sandburg House April 14, 1972
Poet's Path[8]
41°53′00″N 86°37′50″W
23 Shiloh House September 29, 1972
1055 E. Britain Rd.
42°06′30″N 86°25′57″W
Benton Harbor
24 Snow Flake Motel April 13, 1998
3822 Red Arrow Highway
42°02′55″N 86°30′56″W
Lincoln Township Building demolished March 27, 2006[9]
25 South Berrien Center Union Church and Cemetery December 12, 2002
10408 M-140
41°55′46″N 86°16′19″W
26 St. Joseph North Pier Inner and Outer Lights November 9, 2005
On the north pier of the mouth of the St. Joseph River, 0.9 mi (1.4 km) west of the M-63 bridge
42°06′57″N 86°29′32″W
St. Joseph
27 Union Block August 22, 2007
114 E. Front St.
41°49′37″N 86°21′38″W
28 Union Meat Market September 22, 1972
14 S. Elm St.
41°48′01″N 86°36′38″W
Three Oaks
29 Warren Featherbone Company Office Building January 23, 1986
3 N. Elm St.
41°48′05″N 86°36′38″W
Three Oaks
30 Zinc Collar Pad Company Building July 1, 2009
304 S. Oak St.
41°49′30″N 86°21′40″W

See also


  1. The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on December 13, 2019.
  3. Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. April 24, 2008.
  5. The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. Nassaney, Michael S., et al. "The Search for Fort St. Joseph (1691-1781) in Niles, Michigan". Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 28.2 (2003): 107-144: 122.
  7. The NRIS lists the Moccasin Bluff Site as "Address Restricted." However, the State of Michigan has erected a historical marker at the site (Moccasin Bluff from
  8. The NRIS gives the location of the Sandburg House as "address restricted." However, sources give the location as on "Poet's Path". The geo-coordinates are approximate.
  9. "Demolition of Snowflake Motel begins". The Herald-Palladium. 2006-03-28. p. A1. Retrieved 2012-11-20.
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