APPENDIX D HISTORIC LANDMARKS
(a)   The city council of the City of Asheville has designated as historic landmarks the following:
(1)   YMI Building, located on the corner of South Market and Eagle Streets, in Ordinance No. 1212.
(2)   Ravenscroft, located at 29 Ravenscroft, in Ordinance No. 1213.
(3)   Smith-McDowell House, located at 283 Victoria Road, in Ordinance No. 1214.
(4)   Reserved.
(5)   Old S&W Cafeteria, located at 54 Patton Avenue, in Ordinance No. 1260.
(6)   Old Pack Memorial Library, located at Pack Square, in Ordinance No. 1261.
(7)   Kress Building, located at 21 Patton Avenue, in Ordinance No. 1262.
(8)   Albemarle Inn, located at 86 Edgemont Road, in Ordinance No. 1273.
(9)   Zealandia, located on Vance Gap Road, in Ordinance No. 1337.
(10)   Beaufort Lodge, located at 61 N. Liberty Street, in Ordinance No. 1338.
(11)   Thomas Wolfe Cabin, located 1200 Oteen Church Road, in Ordinance No. 1339.
(12)   Overlook (Seely's Castle), located at 710 Town Mountain Road, in Ordinance No. 1432.
(13)   Cedar Crest (William Breese House), located at 674 Biltmore Avenue, in Ordinance No. 1437.
(14)   The Gate House, located at 265 Charlotte Street, in Ordinance No. 1551.
(15)   North Market Street and Langren Alley, in Ordinance No. 1552.
(16)   The Manor, located at 265 Charlotte Street, in Ordinance No. 1553.
(17)   Grove Arcade, located at Battle Square, in Ordinance No. 1554.
(18)   Thomas Wolfe Memorial, located on Spruce Street and the adjoining lot on North Market Street, in Ordinance No. 1708.
(19)   City Building, located at City/County Plaza, in Ordinance No. 1709.
(20)   Samuel Harrison Reed House, located at 119 Dodge Street, in Ordinance No. 1743.
(21)   O.B. Wright House and Carriage House, located at 235 and 233 Pearson Drive, in Ordinance No. 1744.
(22)   Public Service Building, located at 89—93 Patton Avenue, in Ordinance No. 1809.
(23)   Flat Iron Building, located at 20 Battery Park Avenue, in Ordinance No. 1885.
(24)   Von Ruck House, located at 52 Albemarle Place, in Ordinance No. 1955.
(25)   J.M. Westall House, located at 62 Edgewood Road, in Ordinance No. 2098.
(26)   Loughran Building, located at 43 Haywood Street, in Ordinance No. 2158.
(27)   St. Mary's Episcopal Church, rectory and grounds, 337 Charlotte Street, in Ordinance No. 2136.
(28)   Stephens-Lee Community Center, in Ordinance No. 2320.
(29)   Sign located at 65 Starnes Avenue, in Resolution No. 97-172.
(30)   Sign located at 155 Tunnel Road, in Resolution No. 97-207.
(31)   The Faith Tabernacle hand crafted metal sign located at 36 Michigan Avenue, in Resolution No. 98-8.
(32)   The Drhumor Building located at 48 Patton Avenue, in Ordinance No. 2452.
(33)   The public service building sign located at 93-89 Patton Avenue, in Resolution No. 98-38.
(34)   The property known as Biltmore Industries, located at 111 Grovewood Road, in Ordinance No. 2533.
(35)   The Kenilworth Inn located at 60 Caledonia Road, in Ordinance No. 2866.
(36)   The property known as the Bynum House, located at 200 Macon Avenue, in Ordinance No. 2980.
(37)   The property known as the Grove Park Country Club Clubhouse, located on Country Club Road, in Ordinance No. 2981.
(38)   The property known as the Robert S. and Grace P. Carroll House, located at 19 Zillicoa Street.
(39)   The property known as the South Asheville Cemetery, located at the end of Church Road, off Dalton Street, in Ordinance No. 2925.
(40)   The property known as the Rice-Cornell-Brown House, located at 29 Rice Branch Road, in Ordinance No. 3177.
(41)   The property known as the National Bank of Commerce, located at 11 Church Street, in Ordinance No. 3406.
(42)   The property known as the Rankin/Bearden House, located at 5 Woodlawn Avenue, in Ordinance No. 3407.
(43)   The property known as the Spinning Wheel, located at 1096 Hendersonville Road, in Ordinance No. 3778.
(44)   The property known as the Williams-McQueen House, located at 105 Gudger Street, in Ordinance No. 1275.
(45)   The property known as the Patton-Parker House, located at 95 Charlotte Street, in Ordinance No. 2679.
(46)   The property known as the Hammond-Knowlton House, located at 30 Kimberly Knoll, in Ordinance No. 3602.
(47)   The property known as the Princess Anne Hotel, located at 301 East Chestnut Street, in Ordinace No. 4694.
(48)   The property known as the Lewie Muller Griffith House, located at 65 Woodland Road, in Ordinance No. 4798.
(49)   The property known as Walton Street Park and Pool, located at 570 Walton Street, in Ordinance No. 4977.
(b)   The Buncombe County Board of Commissioners designated as an historic landmark a building and property which is now located within the corporate limits of the City of Asheville. That building and property are collectively known as follows:
F.A. Sondley House, located on State Road 2032 and designated in Buncombe County Board of Commissioners Resolution No. 17308.
(Ord. No. 1275, 6-3-82; Ord. No. 2128, 7-19-94; Ord. No. 2158, 12-6-94; Ord. No. 2136, 8-23-94; Ord. No. 2320, 9-24-96; Res. No. 97-102, § 1, 9-23-97; Res. No. 97-207, § 1, 11-11-97; Res. No. 98-8, § 1, 1-27-98; Ord. No. 2452, § 1, 2-24-98; Res. No. 98-38, § 1, 4-14-98; Ord. No. 2533, § 1, 12-15-98; Ord. No. 2679, 3-28-00; Ord. No. 2866, § 1, 10-23-01; Ord. No. 2980, § 1, 11-26-02; Ord. No. 2981, § 1, 7-10-03; Ord. No. 3069, 11-25-03; Ord. No. 2925, 8-31-04; Ord. No. 3177, 11-9-04; Ord. No. 3406, 11-14-06; Ord. No. 3407, 11-14-06; Ord. No. 3602, 4-8-08; Ord. No. 3778, 8-25-09; Ord. No. 3902, § 1, 9-28-10; Ord. No. 4694, § 1, 8-28-18; Ord. No. 4798, § 1, 4-14-20; Ord. No. 4977, § 1, 10-25-22)