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North Ghent, Norfolk, Virginia

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The North Ghent Historic District is a national historic district located at Norfolk, Virginia. It encompasses 322 contributing buildings in a primarily residential section of Norfolk. It developed primarily between 1897 and 1912 as a northward extension of Ghent. The neighborhood includes notable examples of a variety of architectural styles including the Greek Revival and Queen Anne styles. Notable non-residential buildings include the First Presbyterian Church, Ohef Sholom Temple, and Ghent Methodist Church (1921). Located in the district is the separately listed Christ and St. Luke's Church.