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The National Register


We completed a National Register nomination for the Johnston-Meek house in Huntington, Cabell County, West Virginia. The house is a brick, two-story, Colonial Revival style residence located on the southeast corner of Second Street and Sixth Avenue, facing Sixth Avenue. The original section of the house was built in 1832 as a rear facing “T” plan house in the Adamesque style. In 1838, a two-story addition was added to the front elevation of the house and in 1923 other additions were added including the Colonial Revival entrance portico with a terra cotta deck.

The Johnston-Meek house is significant under Criterion A for its association with the early exploration and settlement of Huntington and under Criterion C for its association with the architecture and type of structure common to the settlement period.