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The Davenport Homestead

Built by Daniel Davenport, Washington County's first Senator, in 1800. The homestead has preserved "A Place in Time"

Creswell, NC Historic Homes

Somerset Place State Historic Site

Somerset Place is an antebellum plantation offering an insightful view of life before the Civil War. It is one of North Carolina's most significant African American (African-American) heritage sites. During its existence (1785-1865) it encompassed 100,000 acres and became one of North Carolina'

Creswell, NC Historic Sites

Pettigrew State Park

An angler's paradise, this park is the home of Lake Phelps, a 16,600-acre natural lake; a virgin forest;

Creswell, NC State Parks

Things to do Historic Homes near Creswell, NC

Newbold-White House: a Colonial Quaker Homestead

From its location on the Perquimans River, the Newbold-White House tells the story of Abraham and Judith Sanders, a colonial ...

Foscue Plantation House

The Foscue Plantation House built in 1803-04 is open for tours. The house stands at the heart of a sprawling plantation, repu...

Iredell House

The home of James Iredell is located in Edenton, a town rich in architecture and history since pre-Revolutionary times. Georg...

Historic Hope Plantation

Hope Plantation is located in southern Bertie County on the edge of Roquist Pocosin, four miles west of Windsor, adjacent to ...