1228 Spring Street

1228 Spring Street

← 1314 Spring Street Along Main Street: Our Iconic Streetlights → St. Helena has many historical buildings that are not in the Main Street Commercial District. Some of them have been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Some are just old...
1314 Spring Street

1314 Spring Street

← 1313 Spring Street 1228 Spring Street → Grace Church was the first stone church built in the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California. The parish, organized in 1875, held services in a variety of buildings until Grace Church was built. Grace Episcopal...
1313 Spring Street

1313 Spring Street

← 1343 Spring Street 1314 Spring Street → Native Sons of the Golden West Parlor #53 has been active in St. Helena since 1885. Active in documenting and marking historic sites significant to Napa County and California, the Native Sons parlors of Napa County...
1343 Spring Street

1343 Spring Street

← 1420 Spring Street 1313 Spring Street → The First Baptist Church on Spring Street appears to be a rather simple one-story gable-roofed church until the Italianate window moldings on the side walls are noticed. The church is what remains of the Chiles House...
1420 Spring Street

1420 Spring Street

← 1310 Oak Avenue 1343 Spring Street → The Cumberland Presbyterian Church of St. Helena was organized in 1863 on Spring Street. In 1873, the church was damaged by a fire set by an arsonist. The following year, the church was again set alight and burned to...
1310 Oak Avenue

1310 Oak Avenue

← 1255 Oak Avenue 1420 Spring Street → This single story building was built circa 1905. It faces Oak Avenue but is set back on Money Way that runs parallel between Main Street and Oak Avenue. It has a shed roof and low parapets on all but the southwest...