I really hope Wrightsville will work on having its historic residential neighborhoods placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Every time I visit I find great old houses to photograph.
This was originally the home of Reverend Charles Moore and was later the home of his daughter, Mary Moore Johnson.
This exceptional eclectic Craftsman cottage was built for Wrightsville Exchange Bank president Elmer Daley. It was renovated in 1935 and likely took on its present appearance at that time.
This fine Victorian landmark was built for Judge A. F. Daley, Sr. with timber harvested on site. The front gable features a multi-pane window with quarter round circle windows. Later residents were the C. H. Moore and Fluker Tarbutton families. The house appears to be in a state of decline.
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