Ardmore has a unique place in Winston-Salem’s history and has its own unique identity from other neighborhoods in the city. The ANA hopes to capture this character in a publication and is in the early planning stages for this project.
In August 2004, the Ardmore Historic District became the largest historic district in Winston-Salem, when approximately 2000 of Ardmore’s properties were officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Hundreds of volunteers worked over a period of several years
The Ardmore Neighborhood Association membership boundaries are twice as large as the National Ardmore Historic District boundaries. The ANA includes over 4,300 households bounded roughly by Silas Creek Parkway, Bethesda Street, Queen Street, and Business 40. Membership is open to
Ardmore Remembers Pot Luck and Story Telling Circles Saturday, November 13 Redeemer Presbyterian Church Youth Room-lower level 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM Please join the Ardmore Neighborhood Association and Ardmore story-tellers who will tell of the time when
One of the great things about this neighborhood is the number of people who have lived here a long time. They remember swimming in Miller Park, walking to Ardmore School, living in the Nurses building at Baptist Hospital, buying milk
Eight of Ardmore’s exceptional homes, plus a portion of the Ronald McDonald House, will be on display for this year’s Ardmore Home Tour. Proceeds from the event, scheduled for Sunday, May 2nd, from 1-6 p.m., primarily will be used for
LEGAL NOTICE Ardmore National Register Historic District Winston Salem, Forsyth County The proposed Ardmore Historic District, which is bound by Knollwood, Queen, Duke and Ardsley Streets, will be considered for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places at the
The Ardmore Historic District has passed another major hurdle!