These 7 Unique Houses In North Carolina Will Make You Look Twice And Want To Go In

There’s something so mesmerizing about houses – you wonder about the people who have walked through there, lived there, made their lives there. Not only that, but there’s a lot of historical significance to some of the oldest houses in the state. Of course Biltmore and Reynolda House are extremely well known and open for tours every day, but you might have seen these seven houses on the list below and wished to enter.

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Have any other houses you’d want to add to the list? The history of North Carolina and its unique houses is so neat! Have you been inside any of these houses before?

If you’re looking for another wildly unique slice of North Carolina history, this hotel actually used to be a bank, and you can still go in the vault!