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Heritage Square


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Owned and maintained by the Fayetteville Woman's Club, Heritage Square includes three historic structures listed in the National Register of Historic Places: the Sandford House, built in 1800; the Oval Ballroom, a freestanding single room built in 1818; and the Baker-Haigh-Nimocks House, constructed in 1804.




Address:
225 Dick St.
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Phone: (910)483-6009


Come visit us in Fayetteville, North Carolina

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Art's RV Sites

7 full hookups, 3 water and electric hookups, 30

Fayetteville, NC Businesses

Market House

The focal point of downtown Fayetteville, the Market House was built in 1832 on the site of the old State House, which was destroyed by fire in 1831

Fayetteville, NC Other Attractions

Hampton Inn-I-95

Clean, fresh, comfortable rooms with coffeemaker, iron, ironing board, and the wonderful "cloud 9 bedding". Complimentary breakfast served daily from 6am-10am.

Fayetteville, NC Businesses

Fayetteville Hotel & Conference Center

Fayetteville Hotel & Conference Center is located off I-95 at Exit 49 and features indoor and outdoor pools; a fitness center; cable TV; interior corridors; restaurant and lounge; in-room coffee maker, hair dryer and iron; phones/dataport; and 12,000 square feet of banquet space.

Fayetteville, NC Businesses

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites

Holiday Inn Express Hotel offers refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, iron & ironing boards, high speed DSL, in room movies, free local newspaper, and USA Today, exercise room, and off property full gym that is free to use.

Fayetteville, NC Businesses

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