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John Charles McNeill House
Wagram, NC, United States
John Charles McNeill died at an early age, but during his brief life he established himself as the foremost literary figure of the state and was hailed for many years by popular acclaim as North Carolina’s unofficial poet laureate. His home was moved in 1960 to the...
29.9 miles Historic House
Shaw House Properties
110 Morganton Road, Southern Pines, NC, 28388, United States
The Shaw House is typical of the antebellum houses which followed the cabins of the early Sandhills settlers. It is less elaborate than the seacoast plantations and has the charm and sturdy simplicity which was characteristic of the Scottish families who settled in...
30.7 miles Historic House
House in the Horseshoe
288 Alston House Rd., Sanford, NC, 27330, United States
The site of a Revolutionary War skirmish, the House in a Horseshoe is a historic site in Sanford, North Carolina. At its website, you will discover a bit of the history of this "architectural gem" during the Revolutionary War and biographies of Whig colonel and...
40.4 miles Historic House
Bryant House and McLendon Cabin
3361 Mount Carmel Road, Carthage, NC, 27242, United States
The Joel McLendon Cabin, circa 1760, is the oldest standing structure on its original site in Moore County. The James Bryant House was built within 20 yards of the cabin in 1820. The McLendon Cabin then served as the kitchen. Special features include two fine...
41.9 miles Historic House
Buckner Hill Plantation
522 Taylor Town Rd, Faison, NC, 28341, United States
Built in the 1850s by Dr. Buckner Lanier Hill, Buckner Hill Plantation is one of the largest plantation houses in North Carolina. It is still surrounded by "hundreds of acres of cotton corn tobacco and cattle, provides a rare view of original, mostly undisturbed...
44.8 miles Historic House
Spring Hill House
705 Barbour Drive , Raleigh, NC, 27605, United States
Located on the site of a large plantation once owned by Colonel Theophilus Hunter, this two story, late Georgian style house was built by his son with the house containing a one story rear wing that adjoins the small late 18th century home of his father. The Dorothea...
51.1 miles Historic House
Pope House Museum
511 S Wilmington Street, Raleigh, NC, 27601, United States
The Pope House Museum, built in 1901, is a restored home once owned by Dr. M.T. Pope, a prominent African-American citizen of Raleigh, North Carolina. Since the early 19th century, the area where the Pope House is located has gone through many transformations.
51.5 miles Historic House
Joel Lane Museum House
728 West Hargett Street, Raleigh, NC, 27603, United States
The Joel Lane Museum House, “Birthplace of North Carolina’s Capital,” is a heritage site of statewide significance. It was the home of Colonel Joel Lane, a Revolutionary War patriot, who sold 1,000 acres of his land to the State of NC in 1792 for building the...
51.7 miles Historic House
James W. Dillon House Museum
1302 W Main Street, Dillon, SC, 29536, United States
The James W. Dillon House Museum was the home of the James W. Dillon family. Built in 1890, the home was originally located on what is now 1st Avenue at Washington Street. It was moved to its present location in 1967, renovated, restored, and furnished to depict the...
51.7 miles Historic House
Haywood Hall
211 New Bern Place, Raleigh, NC, 27601, United States
Construction on Haywood Hall began in 1799 on lots 190 and 191 in the new permanent state capital of Raleigh. As a member of the Council of State, John Haywood was required to live in the capital city. Originally the property included the entire block bounded by...
52.0 miles Historic House
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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