Tuesday, January 8, 2013

North Carolina Colonial Home 1790-1810

Williams-Reid-Macon House (Dr. Gideon Hunt Macon), Airlie vicinity, Halifax County, North Carolina. via

Another view of this historic house. Photo taken in 1939. via I wonder if this beauty is still standing? I hope it has been restored.


Tina Eudora said...

Oh I hope it is still standing also Rosemary. I love to see old homes restored and given a new dream. I saw a program on PBS where they were talking about all the old manor homes in England that were torn down because no one could afford them anymore, how tragic!
Have a lovely evening.

Anonymous said...

Hello. According to the National Register of Historic Places (online at: http://www.hpo.ncdcr.gov/nr/HX0008.pdf - An application for another historic home, Oakland, said, "of the group at Airlie including Prospect Hall, the Reid-Williams-Macon house, and Oakland, only the latter remains. It's sad to lose these historic homes. It seems like we lose more and more...