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Charles Clinton Stone Row House

The Charles Clinton Stone Row House in Tonopah, Nevada, is a notable historical residence constructed in 1905. This stone row house, located at 151 Central Street, is a significant example of early 20th-century residential architecture in the region, reflecting the housing needs and styles of its era.

Charles Clinton Stone Row House

Charles Clinton Stone Row House Overview

Built by Charles Clinton, the house was originally intended as a boarding house. Its design, adapted to fit a narrow plot, features a series of rooms connected by an interior corridor, showcasing efficient use of space in residential construction of that time.

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Charles Clinton Stone Row House History

The house, constructed in ashlar stone and topped by a hipped roof, later served various purposes, including a hospital. Its adaptive use over the years illustrates the flexibility and enduring utility of historical residential structures.


  • 1905: Construction of the Charles Clinton Stone Row House.
  • May 20, 1982: Listing on the National Register of Historic Places.


Tonopah, Nye County

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151 Central Street, Tonopah, Nevada

The Charles Clinton Stone Row House remains a well-preserved example of stone residential construction in Tonopah. Its continued existence provides valuable insight into the town’s architectural history and the adaptability of its buildings over time.

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