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c. 1840 Antebellum
Charlotte , North Carolina
Hennigan Place Historic Site
Hennigan Place is an authentic 1840 plantation restored back to "how it was" when life was slower and more peaceful. Hennigan Place is a local landmark and has been toured by groups from Historic Brattonsville (Museum of York County), Latta Place, Rosedale, Historic Charlotte, and Lower Providence Community House, among others. It has also hosted Historic Restoration classes from the Art Institute of Charlotte many times. Hennigan Place has been painted in oils by a local well known artist and displayed at South Park.
This exquisite antebellum plantation, Hennigan Place, was built circa 1840 by James E. Hennigan, a prominent Mecklenburg County planter and local politician. The vernacular Upcountry Transitional Federal/Greek Revival home has been painstakingly restored and maintained to its former glory. It is a Mecklenburg County Historic Site.
It features a wide front porch and beautiful formal gardens.
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This breathtaking historic home is surrounded by trees on every side. Majestic old oak trees and over 150 azaleas adorn the place. Magnificant landscaping and multiple formal gardens provide a tranquil setting.
High ceilings and real plaster highlight the wonderful old heart pine floors!
Archived in February, 2016
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