Cuthbert Historic District, in Cuthbert in Randolph County, Georgia, is a historic district which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. It is centered around U.S. 82 and U.S. 27. It includes Greek Revival, Gothic, and Plantation Plain architecture. It includes a courthouse, a college, a hotel, and other properties among its 34 contributing buildings. The district includes many of the oldest houses in Cuthbert. It includes David Rumph Colonial Inn (1837), Taylor-Bussey-Castellow House (1846) Key House (1842), 305 College Street, built by Jesse Bibb Key with use of his slaves brought from Virginia Atkins-Stanford House (1850) Douglas-Coffin House (1840's) Gunn Brown House Harris-Whatley House (1849)
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