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South Race Street Historic District


category : Historic Districts
Densely developed community of houses, churches, and neighborhood stores associated with the manufacturing and rail cooridor which skirts the southern edge of the district. Part of the district was a planned subdivision undertaken by the Statesville Land and Manufacturing Company in 1894. Examples of Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, and brick Gothic Revival can be found throughout the district.




Address:
S. Race, Oak, Bell, Western Av, Armfield
Statesville, NC 28677
Phone: (704)878-3578


Our Email: bob_johnson@ci.statesville.nc.us
Our Website:www.statesvillehistoric.com/south_race_street_dist

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Historic Walton and Gage Store

1876. Two-story, red brick Italianate building incorporating Gothic features. Walton and Gage was a purveyor of fine women'

Statesville, NC Historic Buildings

Weddings and Family Reunions

Historic home built in 1812. Birthplace of North Carolina Lt. Governor Wilford D. Turner. Also home of NC Senator C. V. Henkel from 1942 to 1971. The owners since 1981

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Historic First National Bank Building

1890. Three-story brick building topped by corner mansard clock tower. The bank was organized in May 1887 and in the fall of 1889 construction began on the building, which was ready for occupancy in mid-March 1890 with George F. Sheperd as president. In 1929

Statesville, NC Historic Buildings


Historic Vance Hotel Building

Large buff-colored building, five stories tall and seven bays wide by ten bays deep. The hotel was built under the leadership of Columbus Vance Henkel. It was named partly for Henkel and partly for Governer Zebulon V. Vance.

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