Ardmore is a historic residential neighborhood in Winston-Salem, NC and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. With approximately 2,200 homes, it is the largest historic district in the city.
History of Ardmore
Ardmore’s story begins in the early 1900s as a suburb of the newly-merged cities of Winston and Salem. The neighborhood was developed during an economic boom, when our city was the largest in the state.
To learn more about the unique history of Ardmore and see historic photos and maps, visit this link.
For more recent stories about life in and around Ardmore, visit the links below:
- Sketches of Spain in the Twin City…
- Kurfees Curve… The true story…
- Missing links found in Ardmore…
- Twin City tornadoes, 1989…
ANA wishes to thank Ardmore resident Martin O’Brien and Fam Brownlee, Historian for the Forsyth County Library, for these contributions to our collection of Ardmoriana.
About the ANA
The Ardmore Neighborhood Association is a nonprofit organization established to preserve the residential nature of the neighborhood. Our mission is to preserve the historic charm and residential nature of our neighborhood and home.
Neighborhood events – Hosting and promoting local events to encourage socializing and community
Supporting community initiatives – Collaborating with diverse nonprofits, schools, churches, clubs, and local businesses
Municipal matters – Represent Ardmore on local government and zoning issues
ANA Board Members: