Myrick Howard, President of Preservation North Carolina, shares the journey to save Crabtree Jones House.
Built around 1810 by Nathaniel Jones. who was known as Crabtree Jones, it sat happily on a hill for over 200 years, a couple of miles from downtown Raleigh, North Carolina.
Then progress threatened in the form of a new apartment complex. Destruction of the Crabtree Jones House was a clear and present danger.
Preservation North Carolina, with cooperation from the Raleigh Historic Development Commission, hatched a plan to take the home on a short but challenging journey to safety.
The plan was a success and Crabtree Jones House has been beautifully renovated by the new owners.
Featured photo courtesy of David Strevel – Capital City Camera Club.
John Irwin discusses the place he’s called home for over 30 years – the house, the neighborhood and the city. An interesting 1920 colonial revival home in historic Cameron Park. A wonderfully walkable neighborhood just west of downtown Raleigh.
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Whitfield Tart discusses his family home. The Allmand Holmes House, built in 1856, is a Greek Revival style home located in Clinton, NC. Perfectly situated on a stunning one acre lot in Clinton’s historic district – walkable to downtown.
Listed on the National Register of historic places.