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  • 116 S. Jackson St.

    Salisbury,   NC   28144


This 1819 Federal townhouse was built by Jacob Stirewalt, master builder of the period, and reflects the lifestyle of the more affluent citizens of the early 1800s with its unique curved staircase and exquisite interior moldings and details. One of the few surviving Federal period townhouses in Piedmont North Carolina, it features period rooms with Hepplewhite and Chippendale furniture as well as furniture made by Rowan County craftsmen. House and gardens open Thursday - Sunday 1 pm until 4 pm.

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116 S. Jackson St.
Salisbury NC 28144


Latitude: 35° 40' 8.76" / Longitude: -80° 28' 19.92"

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I-85 to Exit 76. East Innes Street into downtown Salisbury, left on Church Street (at the monument), then one block, turn right on W Fisher Street, one block then right on to S Jackson Street.

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