At Preservation North Carolina we rescue old houses.
And factory mills, schools, churches, general stores, and even the occasional big pink puppy.
We’re fondly referred to as “the animal shelter for old houses,” it’s a fun nickname, but a responsibility we take to heart. Through our nationally recognized and award-winning Endangered Properties Program we’ve rescued over 800 old, interesting, historic, sometimes abandoned, but always important properties. There’s a story behind each one and we are committed to telling it.
But we don’t do it alone.
We rely on the generous support of our members, so please look through our site to learn more about the groundbreaking work that we do, and consider joining the 4,500 members who support Preservation NC! Click here to become a member of Preservation North Carolina!
And make sure to check out our properties page, there are quite a few “old pups” waiting for their rescue!Donate
Featured Preservation NC Properties for SaleView All Properties
Polk House, Polkton
Woodleaf Plantation Cotton Gin, Louisburg
Rare early 19th century cotton gin in rural setting. Great potential for residential retreat or artisan use. Five minutes to charming downtown Louisburg and 45 minutes to Raleigh! The Woodleaf Cotton Gin is a contributing structure in the Massenburg (Woodleaf) Plantation National Register nomination and is eligible for tax credits.
C.W. and Lucille Beasley House
PRICE CHANGE for wonderful brick bungalow in the small town of Colerain with tons of potential! Move in and make it your own! Only 20 miles from Scotch Hall Preserve Golf Course— a waterfront Arnold Palmer Signature Golf course with resort style swim pavilion, marina, kayaking ponds, paddleboards, fishing and more!
News & Events
The latest updates on historic preservation related news, announcements and upcoming preservation events and celebrations.View All News View All Events
NC Preservation Fall 2018 Magazine is HERE!
Historic Gorham House is now Guest House Raleigh
Two years ago, the Gorham House — built in the 1880s and owned by Raleigh’s first African American mail carrier, Arthur Gorham — was slated for demolition. But with the help of a historical commission, a remote control, and long nights and weekends the house was transformed into boutique Guest House Raleigh.