Wake Forest Historic Locations

The following historic locations are located in Wake Forest, North Carolina. Please select a historic place in Wake Forest to view detailed information including address information, historical signifiance, and much more.
Downtown Wake Forest Historic District
South White St. roughly from E. Roosevelt Ave. to Owen Ave.
Wake Forest, NC
Specialty Store, Multiple Dwelling, Meeting Hall, Post Office, Theater, Medical Business/Office, Rail-Related
DuBois, W. E. B., School
536 Franklin St.
Wake Forest, NC
School
Glen Royall Mill Village Historic District
Roughly bounded by N. Main St., E. Cedar Ave., CSX RR, and Royall Cotton Mill
Wake Forest, NC
Single Dwelling, Multiple Dwelling, Secondary Structure, Department Store, Religious Structure, Water Works
Lea Laboratory
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary campus
Wake Forest, NC
College, Research Facility
Oakforest
9958 Seawell Dr.
Wake Forest, NC
Single Dwelling, Secondary Structure
Powell House
SW of Wake Forest off U.S. 1
Wake Forest, NC
Single Dwelling, Secondary Structure
Purefoy--Dunn Plantation (Boundary Decrease)
E side of US 1, 0.3 mi. N of US 1A
Wake Forest, NC
Single Dwelling
Purefoy--Dunn Plantation
E side US 1, .3 mi. N of US 1A
Wake Forest, NC
Single Dwelling, Secondary Structure
Royall Cotton Mill Commissary
Jct. of Brick and Brewer Sts.
Wake Forest, NC
Department Store
Thompson House
2528 Old NC 98
Wake Forest, NC
Single Dwelling, Storage
Wakefield Dairy Complex
W side Falls of Neuse Rd., 1.2 mi. N of Neuse R.
Wake Forest, NC
Animal Facility
Wakefields
SE of Creedmoor off U.S. 15A
Wake Forest, NC
Single Dwelling
Wake Forest Historic District
Bounded by Oak St., RR tracks, Holding St., W. Vernon Ave., S. Wingate, N. Wingate, Durham Rd. and N. College Sts.
Wake Forest, NC
Single Dwelling, College, Department Store, Religious Structure, Plaza, Secondary Structure, Educational Related Housing
 

 
 
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