Clarksville Historic Preservation to Honor 100-Year-Old Homes

Owners will be presented with special plaques during a June 27th ceremony.

CLARKSVILLE, IN (June 17, 2024) – The Clarksville Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) will be honoring the latest newest additions to the Clarksville 100-Year-Old homes list. For the last four years, the HPC has presented plaques to the owners of area homes that hold a historic value to the Town of Clarksville.

In order to be considered for the historic honor, a home must be at least 100-years-old. The homes of this year’s recipients range from 100-years-old to more than 130-years-old. A special celebration will be held on June 27th at 5:30 PM, at a home at 404 Harrison Avenue, Clarksville, IN.  Clarksville Town Council President Ryan Ramsey and HPC Chair Lynn Lewis will present the homeowners with their plaques. Since the historic home program was started four years ago, more than 30 historic Clarksville homes have been recognized.

This year’s homes include:

404 Harrison Avenue – The Tetley House – Circa 1923
407 West Harrison – The Patterson House – Circa 1890
119 South Elm Street – The Miller House – Circa 1924
506 Kenwood – The Bushfield House – Circa 1902
1009 Virginia Avenue – The Aigner House – Circa 1902


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