The B. F. Huntley House, “Huntlyholme”

  • 2900 Country Club Road
    USA Winston-Salem , NC 27104
    Forsyth County
  • $2,700,000
  • 8,100 square feet
  • Lot Size: 1.82 acres / Zoning: Residential

Jack Stack , Buyer Broker
Jack Stack Properties


Mary Gettys Hardwick , Listing Broker
Leonard Ryden Burr Real Estate

Stately Iconic Winston-Salem Home available for the first time since 1976! You’ve driven by and admired this home for years! Now is the time to take a look!

The 1924 white stucco Georgian Revival home built by furniture magnate B.F. Huntley for his family of eight was designed by the renowned Philadelphia architect Charles Barton Keen, aided by local architect William Roy Wallace. Landscaper Thomas Sears designed the original 18-acre grounds. Charles Barton Keen is best known locally for his design and building of Reynolda, home of R.J. and Katharine Reynolds, now Reynolda House Museum of American Art.

The Huntleys owned the home until 1948 when part of the property and home were sold to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Raleigh, NC, for a Catholic school. In 1976, the current owners bought the home and restored it to its original grandeur. The home and grounds have been very well maintained and are in excellent condition.

The Cottage originally was the three-car garage with chauffeur’s quarters plus a basement which housed an auxiliary coal boiler to heat the main house and chauffeur’s quarters. The Cottage was totally renovated in 2019. This is a one-story 1,543 square foot stand-alone cottage. The original Green Ludowici-Celadon Tile Roof was removed during renovation and re-installed.

The house and property are NOT under any type of National Register and/or Local Historic Landmark designations. There are application forms and reports about the property that are required, and the two types of designation have different review and approval processes. The websites below will give some information about both types of designation:

Forsyth County Local Historic Landmark Program
NC State Historic Preservation Office

For additional information about historic designations please contact:
Michelle McCullough, Historic Resources Office, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Planning & Development Services. Office: 336-747-7063. Mobile: 336-701-9452. Email:

Now is your chance to celebrate the 100th Birthday of this Classic Home on one of Winston-Salem’s prettiest treelined streets and a short “drive” to Forsyth Country Club. Super convenient to Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center, Wake Forest University and Downtown Winston-Salem!

For a private tour and additional information and photos, please contact Jack Stack.