This Unique House In North Carolina Will Make You Look Twice And Want To Go In

Every so often we get to witness a miracle of sorts. Such is the case with a prominent Second Empire style frame home that has sat empty and mostly neglected for decades in the heart of Raleigh. Known, but only by few, as the Heck-Andrews House, this gorgeous architectural masterpiece with the concave mansard roof is currently under renovation. Keep reading to learn when this unique house in North Carolina is expected to open for tours.

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Be sure to follow progress on the Heck-Andrews House here, so you don’t miss the announcement of the grand reveal by the North Carolina Association of Realtors. What a joy to know this association stepped in to save this grand part of North Carolina history.

Have you ever spotted this unique house in North Carolina on a visit into downtown Raleigh? Will you be seeking it out once it opens for tours? Fire up some feedback and let us know!

Address: Heck-Andrews House, 309 N Blount St, Raleigh, NC 27601, USA