Established 1836

This Greek-Revival style home is one of the oldest dwellings in town and part of the only remaining cluster of antebellum homes in the southeastern foothills of North Carolina.

Built by James Miller, a descendant of Revolutionary War patriot David Miller, the home stands on a hill at the very end of Main Street.  It features a symmetrical three-bay facade with none-over-nine sash windows and an impressive two-story portico.  They house originally featured unusual octagonal chimneys that have since been removed.

The ornament iron gate just adds to the history and appeal of this truly breathtaking home that transport onlookers back to a simpler time in history.