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George Houston House

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Built  1818 (1818)
MPS  Iredell County MRA
Opened  1818
Added to NRHP  24 November 1980
Architectural style  Federal, Early Federal
NRHP Reference #  80002865
Area  13 ha
George Houston House
Location  NC 115, near Mooresville, North Carolina
Similar  Houston House Apartments, James B Hunt Jr Library, D H Hill Library

The George Houston House, also known as the "Wall-Houston House", is a private historic home between Mooresville and Davidson, North Carolina in Iredell County that was built in 1818. The original portion of the home was built with log construction, and several later additions, including a 19th-century ell. In its nomination, the home's original Federal-style construction was noted as being highly representative of the idiosyncrasies found in home designs in Iredell County and the North Carolina Piedmont during the Federal era. The property on which the home sits also contains several historic outbuildings, including an early log barn.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

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George Houston House Wikipedia


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