The Asbury Grove Historic District is listed for not only social and religious significance but the range of Architecture.
The R. Sanderson Cottage c. 1871
Many designated historic districts come with strict rules. One of the biggest drawbacks to owning a historic home is that owners must adhere to strict rules and guidelines laid out by local historic societies. That means owners may not be able to change or add-on to their cottages without historic considerations. In 'The Grove' there are wonderful and clear notes one what should and shouldn't be done to keep up the historic value.
The National Registry lists each of the periods below for significance: