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Cannady–Brogden Farm

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Built  1904
Opened  1904
Added to NRHP  25 April 2001
NRHP Reference #  01000424
Area  10 ha
Cannady–Brogden Farm
Location  15260 Brogden Rd., near Creedmoor, North Carolina
Architectural style  Queen Anne style architecture
Similar  James Mangum House, Pullen Park, Falls Lake State Recreatio, Five County Stadium

The Cannady–Brogden Farm is a historic home and farm located near Creedmoor, Wake County, North Carolina. Built in 1904, the house is an example of a Queen Anne triple-A-roofed I-shaped building. In addition to the house, other structures on the farm include: corn crib, woodshed, washhouse, covered well, chicken coop, smokehouse, stackhouse, packhouse, machinery shed, mule barn, cow shed, and tobacco barn.

In April 2001, the Cannady–Brogden Farm was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

References

Cannady–Brogden Farm Wikipedia


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