About Murray Hill
Murray Hill is a bustling urban core neighborhood in Jacksonville with historic homes and a thriving commercial corridor.
The Murray Hill neighborhood was established in 1906, with the main residential growth occurring in the 1940s. Murray Hill was once a town, with a Mayor, Town Clerk, and Councilmen. This neighborhood is ideal for homebuyers looking for a single story home, you’ll find an array of architectural styles including bungalow, Tudor Revival, Craftsman, Prairie School, Masonry Vernacular, and more. For architecture enthusiasts, you can find six homes designed by Jacksonville’s first female architect, Henrietta Dozier, on the 4500 block of French Street.
Murray Hill Preservation Association (MHPA), the neighborhood not-for-profit, was formed in 1932 and works to promote, preserve, and protect the history and resources of the neighborhood. MHPA organizes the popular Murray Hill-O-Ween party in late October each year.
Many residents walk or bike to the commercial areas of Edgewood Avenue. New options for dining, entertainment, and shopping are popping up all the time. You’ll also find plenty of green space in Murray Hill, with the Four Corners Park, Murray Hill Park and Playground (featuring a splash pad for summertime fun!), and Powers Park.
Learn more about living in the Murray Hill neighborhood by checking out the amenities below and reading our Murray Hill blog posts. Ready to buy or sell in this fantastic Jacksonville neighborhood? Search for Murray Hill homes below or contact us if you’re ready to sell.
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Jacksonville's urban core neighborhoods can be locally designated historic districts, districts on the National Register of Historic Places, both, or neither.
Locally Designated Historic Districts: Riverside, Avondale, Springfield, and the St. Johns Quarter are all locally designated historic districts. Any exterior work requires an approved Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) application through the City of Jacksonville. (The neighborhood organizations RAP and SPAR do not process COA applications.) Learn more about the COA process.
National Register of Historic Places: The National Register designation is an honorary one, and does not regulate changes made to properties in historic districts (with the exception of demolitions, which must be reviewed by the Jacksonville Historic Preservation Commission). Riverside, Avondale, Riverside Annex, Springfield, and parts of Ortega are on the National Register.
Neighborhoods that don’t fall into either category: Neither Murray Hill or San Marco are designated locally or nationally. If a specific property was on the National Register (for historical or architectural reasons), then the above rules would apply for demolition.
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Listing information last updated on December 15th, 2019 at 4:38pm EST.