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Airview Historic District
U.S. National Register of Historic Places
U.S. Historic District
Airview Historic District is located in Maryland
Location: Middletown, Maryland
Coordinates: 39°26′26″N 77°31′46″W / 39.44056°N 77.52944°W / 39.44056; -77.52944Coordinates: 39°26′26″N 77°31′46″W / 39.44056°N 77.52944°W / 39.44056; -77.52944
Built/Founded: 1896
Architect: Barber, George F. & Co.; et al.
Architectural style(s): Queen Anne, Colonial Revival
Governing body: Private
Added to NRHP: December 29, 2004[1]
NRHP Reference#: 04001404

The Airview Historic District is a district of 12 houses built between 1896 and 1930 on each side of East Main Street in Middletown, Maryland. The district was developed to take advantage of the Hagerstown and Frederick Railway, which paralleled what was then known as the National Pike, and is an example of a small-scale streetcar suburb. The subdivision was subdivided from the Kefauver farm and included a trolley stop in front of developer Lewis Kefauver's house. The trolley right-of-way is still visible in the deep setback between the street and the sidewalk in the front yards of houses on the north side of the street.

The subdivisions's location in a then-rural setting view with its expansive views made the suburb attractive for retiring farmers.[2]

The Airview Historic District is now part of Middletown, but is separated from the Middletown Historic District by a section of newer development.


  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-15.  
  2. ^ "Airview Historic District, Frederick County". National Register of Historic Places: Properties in Frederick County. Maryland Historical Trust. 2008-08-06.  

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