Status: Preserved

Location: 1139-1271 East Parkway South and 2140-2225 South Parkway East, bounded by Lamar Avenue to the west and the Southern Railroad tracks to the north, in Memphis

Built: 1910

Architectural Style: Georgian Revival, Beaux Arts, Tudor Revival, etc.

Original Function/Purpose: Residential

The South Parkway-Heiskell Farm Historic District was placed on the National Register on Feb. 11, 1983.

History: South Parkway-Heiskell Farm Historic District is a self-contained three-block segment of the Memphis Parkway System, located in the southern portion of the residential Midtown area of Memphis. Its twenty-seven original houses retain a remarkable degree of architectural and historical integrity.


Outline of the South Parkway-Heiskell Farm Historic District. Any historical map of this district used in its nomination to the National Register has not yet been located.

City Council District: 4

Super District: 8

County Commission District: 10