The North Washington Residential Historic District of Brownsville contains a century old collection of architectural styles to include: Greek Revival, Gothic Revival, Italianate, Folk Victorian, Queen Anne, Folk Vernacular, Neoclassical, Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, Craftsman, International, Minimal Traditional, and Ranch. This variety in styles represents the popular building trends from the time of West Tennessee’s settlement to the mid-20th century.

Haywood County prospered during its first century of settlement due primarily to the development of agricultural business and services throughout the area. Many of the individuals involved is this development were prominent Brownsville merchants, doctors, lawyers and farmers all of whom built homes and lived within and around the North Washington Residential Historic District.

Stehlin House
Helen’s Barbecue
Hutchison House
Taylor-King-Gruenewald-Watts House
Sturdivant-Reid-Watts-Reid House
Hotchkiss-Cannon-Smith House
Brockway-Thornton-Douglas House