Historic Properties

Frederick County Register of Historic Places

The Frederick County Register of Historic Places (County Register) is an important tool to provide public recognition and measures of protection for historically significant properties in Frederick County. Properties are designated to the County Register through a nomination process which includes evaluation and determination of eligibility for listing by the Historic Preservation Commission, and further review and adoption by the Frederick County Council.

Properties Designated to 

Frederick County’s Register of Historic Places:

Adam Koogle House

Anderson House

Beatty Cramer House

Buckeystown African American School

Capt. Samuel Cock Farmstead

Carty-Miller House

Collier’s Log House

Daniel Sheffer Farm

Dr. James Long House

Elisha Beall House (Boxwood Lodge) 

Forgeman’s House

Glen Ellen

Graff Farmstead

Hamilton Shafer Farm

Henry Brandenburg House 

Hoke House

Hoover House

Howard Marvin Jones House

Jacob Smith Tavern

John Clemson / Clemmont Farm

Linganore Farm 

Newton Schaeffer House (Charles Huseman House) 

Oakland/Crown Rose Estate

Peter of P Grossnickel Farm

Petersville Methodist Episcopal Church 

Prosperity Farm

Reed-Stitely House

Rocky Springs Chapel & School House

Samuel Fleming House

Smith’s Store and Residence 

Steiner Wolfe Smith Farm


Whiskey Ridge

Peace and Plenty 

Rural Historic District   

Basil Harding Farm

Captain Ignatius Dorsey Farm

Daniel James Farm

Higgins-Bennett Farm

Samuel Dorsey Barn and Milk house

Still Work Farm

Vernon Dorsey Farm

Walter Burrall Lime Plant

William Downey Farm

Wright Downey Farm


Fountain Rock Lime Kilns and Quarry

Stevens House

William Draper Farm