This empty crossroads was once bustling with tourists who came to the area looking for the healing properties from the spring water.
The Estel Wyatt House | Alleghany County, North Carolina | c. 1900 This unique home in Western North Carolina is thought to have been built c. 1900 by Estel Wyatt, an architect and bachelor from the area. Estel was the oldest of four sons of Calvin J. Wyatt- a successful merchant and one of the…
Red barns are iconic across rural America, but have you ever wondered why so many are painted this prolific color?
In 1807, a tragic death in North Carolina was the inspiration for the first American ballad about murder.
The Smith Family home was converted into use as a battlefield hospital during the Civil War. Today, the house is for sale.
This North Carolina farmhouse stood for more than 120 years before it was dismantled. Read its story here…
This tattered old school building is being reclaimed by nature, but some of its finer details still remain if you look closely. Built in 1885, the school is one of the only landmarks that remains from the community that it once served.
No craftsman of their day left a more indelible mark on North Carolina than Thomas Day, whose personal story is as fascinating as his skill as a woodworker.
Built around 1850, this home has many stories hidden within its walls and one particularly tragic story that came to define it.
This old country store was much like so many others shops of its day that residents relied on for supplies and connection to their community.
But this one was propelled to national fame in 1939 when a famous photographer from California passed through this quiet crossroads in rural North Carolina.