Pleasant Hill Historic District
Summary of Significance
The Pleasant Hill Residential Historic District has local significance under Criterion C in the category of architecture as a distinctive collection of representative late nineteenth through mid-twentieth century architecture. While the architectural styles are consistent with other contemporaneous houses throughout Marshfield , the district, with its collection of houses possessing find integrity of form, design, place and setting, as well as visual coherence and character with respect to historic use and development, is distinguished from surrounding residential, industrial, and commercial districts. It is also noteworthy as a neighborhood where some of Marshfield ’s civic leaders, businessmen, and physicians resided.
This district encompasses 75 residential properties and two churches. These buildings are located between E. First Street and E. Fourth Streets and from Cedar Avenue on the West to Vine Avenue on the east.