Remarkable Ohio


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18-50 Newport Village Historic District

Side A: Situated in the township of Boardman and developed in the 1920s, Newport Village was one of Youngstown’s earliest automobile accessible suburban developments. The twenty four and a half acre district is comprised of Jennette Drive, Chester Drive, seven lots on Overhill Road, and a majority of the area on Market Street’s west side. Gently curving streets with both Tudor and Colonial architecture blend into the natural landscape of the area and Mill Creek Park. Newport Village became part of the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
Side B: Same
Sponsors: The Newport Village Historical Association and The Ohio Historical Society
Address: 4419 Market Street, 
Location: NW corner of Market St and Jennette Dr
Latitude: 41.0543660
Longitude: -80.6630340