National Register of Historic Places:

Lassiter House is a Historic Building in Autaugaville, Autauga County, Alabama. The address filed with the National Park Service is Autauga County 15. 0.5 mi. N of jct. of AL 14 and Co. Rd 15, Autaugaville, Alabama, . Lassiter House is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The listing was certified. The area of significance is Architecture. The ownership is Private. The architectural style is Other, I-house. The period of significance is 1900 AD – 1949 AD; 1825 AD – 1849 AD. The current function of the site is Domestic, Landscape, Extraction/Not in Use.

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Reference Number97000651
Registration Form and Detailed Information
NPS Asset Detail
Request TypeSingle
Listed Date7/17/1997
Certification-PrimaryListed in the National Register of Historic Places
Date of Certification7/17/1997
Other NamesTreadwell House
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Architects Builders EngineersUnknown
Contributing Buildings3
Noncontributing Buildings3
Area of SignificanceArchitecture
Level of SignificanceLocal
Period1925-1949, 1900-1924, 1825-1849
Significant YearsCirca 1946, Circa 1925, Circa 1825
Architectural StyleOther, I-house
FunctionDomestic, Landscape, Extraction/Not in Use
Sub-FunctionSingle Dwelling, Secondary Structure
Historic FunctionDomestic, Landscape
Historic SubfunctionSingle Dwelling, Secondary Structure
MaterialsNone Listed, Weatherboard, Brick, Tin
Period of Significance1900 AD - 1949 AD; 1825 AD - 1849 AD
Other Certification Date6/3/1997
AddressAntauga County 15. 0.5 mi. N of jct. of AL 14 and Co. Rd 15
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County Information,_Alabama
Applicable Criteria - Design, Construction, Architecture, EngineeringYes
Criteria ExceptionNone Listed
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Name NPS OrderLassiter House