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Harmony Hall


category : Historic Homes
One of the oldest homes in Lenoir County, Harmony Hall has been tastefully restored with authentic 18th century furnishings. Built in 1772, once the home of Gov. Richard Caswell. Group tours are available. Site may be rented out for special occasions.


Address:
109 E. King St.

Phone: (252)522-0421


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Harmony Hall

One of the oldest homes in Lenoir County, Harmony Hall has been tastefully restored with authentic 18th century furnishings. Built in 1772

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