203 Indiana Ave.
Indiana Historic District
The College Hill Historic District was originally called the Indiana Historic District and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. The district contains 101 single family residences of which 80 were built between 1880 and 1939 and is the largest collection of historic architecture in the city.
This section of Maryville was rural farmland until after the Civil War and it was not until the 1880’s that development occurred in the area. The earliest homes were built along Indiana Avenue which was named in honor of several residents from Indiana. By 1909 there were approximately thirty residences built along Stanley, Miller, Clark, and Indiana. The majority of homes are Colonial Revival, Italiante-influenced, Romanesque, T-plan, Craftsman, Bungalow, Arts and Craftsman, Cape Cod, and Queen Anne.
Take a look at our neighborhood homes and apartments. We do not have information about everyone’s house and would love to at least include your type of home and when it was built. However, if you have more history we would love to include it. Please contact us to submit information.
Click on the street names to see examples of specific homes. Names listed below the homes belong to the original owner.