Grafton Hill, also known as Steele’s Hill-Grafton Hill Historic District, is on the National Register of Historic Places. Such places denote exceptional heritage of the American experience and are important to the fabric of our shared history. In Grafton Hill, we take our preservation seriously. In 2015, the Grafton Hill Community Development Corporation (a separate non-profit entity than the Grafton Hill Association, Inc.) successfully moved two homes simultaneously in danger of being torn down. The houses moved in tandem down Grafton Avenue down to their new home on two vacant lots along Central Avenue. This historic move was the first time historic tax credits were able to be used on moved structures. Moving these homes kept in-tact the diversity of architecture found in Grafton Hill, and added beauty back to a streetscape that had been altered over time from demolition.