Samiksha Jaiswal

Ashland (Henderson, North Carolina)

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NRHP Reference #  73001371
Added to NRHP  14 March 1973
Area  4 ha
Ashland (Henderson, North Carolina)
Location  N of Henderson on Satterwhite Point Rd., near Henderson, North Carolina
Architectural styles  Greek Revival architecture, Federal architecture

Ashland is a historic plantation house located near Henderson, Vance County, North Carolina. It consists of two sections dated to the late-18th and mid-19th centuries. The older section is a two-story, two bay, frame section attached to the newer and taller two-story, three bay frame section. Each section is sheathed in weatherboard and topped by gable roofs. The house displays elements of Federal and Greek Revival style architecture. Judge and colonizer Richard Henderson (1734–1785) owned the Ashland tract among his vast holdings.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

References

Ashland (Henderson, North Carolina) Wikipedia


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