Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Stonewall Manor was built around 1830 by Bennett Bunn and has since been restored to its original splendor. The center of a large antebellum plantation, Stonewall is set in a superb oak grove, amongst the banks of the Tar River, and was named after the heavy granite wall that borders the front lawn. The house is notorious for its breathtaking architecture and as you travel through the house, you cannot help but notice the fireplace mantles with each dawning its own unique appearance and design.

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