Single Family House
121 Horton St.
I would guess that this house was built in the late 1860s. It has EVERYTHING that is architecturally interesting.
Single Family Home
219 Pleasant St.
This two-storied single family home is nestled amongst many larger and "grander" structures in this residential section of town. It is both elegant and pratical.
Antiques Off Bellevue
215 Pleasant St.
This once lovely Victorian single family home has, since the later half of 20th century, been converted into several specialized retail shops. Currently it is unoccupied.
#7 Monastra Building
107-111 Bellevue Avenue
ca. 1925-1930 Two Story, three store front, grey brick Neo-Classical style commercial building.
#43 Hammonton's Original High School
382 Vine Street
ca. 1905 This two-story brick school building was constructed in the Romanesque Revival style. While it no longer serves the town as a public high school, it is still utilized as part of the Saint Joseph High School complex.
An Alley Way Add on.
112 Bellevue Avenue
After a serious fire damaged several buildings in the town's central business district, a shift away from wood to stone construction changed the look of the town. Sometime after that, three one-story flat roof buildings were constructed in what appears to be an alley way add - on. Shaggy's Barbershop is one example of this utilitarian design.
The New You
112 Bellevue Avenue
A new shop opened its doors in late December 2016
#4 West Jersey and Seashore Railroad Train Station
10S. Egg Harbor Road
ca. 1904-1908 This is where it all happened. Hammontown started right here, with the building of the railroad through a forest to the shore. This one story brick railway station is constructed with a shallow pitched hipped roof that forms a small protective canopy. The building is now home to the nearly invisible Chamber of Commerce.
#36 The Scudder House
503 Bellevue Ave
ca. 1907 This is a two and a half storied Prairie style house (American Four Square subtype). The porch is octagonal and was added between 1923 and 1930.
#40 Christian Scientist Church
215 Central Avenue
ca. 1923-1930 The former church is constructed in the Tudor Revival style. It is now a one-story single family home. The front door is original to the building and is flanked by narrow full height side windows.
Single family house
319 South Second Street
popular 1920-30. A wonderful single family home which represents the care given to the development of this small south Jersey town. This stone clad Tudor is a fine examples of the popularity of suburban style construction.
#14 Former Post Office
126-128 Bellevue Ave
1916. This building housed the Hammonton Post Office until that entity moved to a new location 10 years later. During that period the two storefronts that are located on Second Street were also occupied. A recent moronic renovation to the second story windows diminished, not only their length by a third, it destroyed the unique look of that building.