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1796 Georgian Colonial

Single Brothers' House

Part of the Old Salem restoration, the Single Brothers' House was built in 1769 and housed the single men of the Moravian town of Salem, N.C. (now part of Winston-Salem). The house is part of one of the nation's largest and most authentic living history restorations, which includes many other 18th century buildings that were part of the colonial town.

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