| Wake County MPS|
29 April 1999
| Old Battle Bridge Rd., 0.4 miles (0.64 km) south of the junction with Old Tarboro Rd., Eagle Rock, North Carolina|
Greek Revival architecture
Hood–Anderson Farm Wikipedia
The Hood–Anderson Farm is a historic home and farm and national historic district located at Eagle Rock, Wake County, North Carolina, a suburb of the state capital Raleigh. The main house was built about 1839, and is an example of transitional Federal / Greek Revival style I-house. It is two stories with a low-pitched hip roof and a rear two-story, hipped-roof ell. The front facade features a large, one-story porch, built in 1917, supported by Tuscan order columns. Also on the property are the contributing combined general store and post office (1854), a one-room dwelling, a two-room tenant/slave house, a barn (1912), a smokehouse, and several other outbuildings and sites including a family cemetery.
In April 1999, the Hood–Anderson Farm was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.