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The Oldest Streets of Dunleath
May 4 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Explore Hendrix, Chestnut, and Percy streets, containing the oldest houses in the Summit Avenue National Register Historic District/Dunleath Neighborhood. Dating to the 1880s, these earliest houses were built north of Dunleath Plantation, and were populated by members of the entrepreneurial Hendrix family. This tour also touches on the Dick Family plantation house site, now used as a community garden, and other sites that contribute to the neighborhood being recognized in 1993 as an historic district for having many of Greensboro’s finest Queen Anne and early Colonial Revival style dwellings.
PGI’s executive director leads this tour to explore the earliest streets of one of Greensboro’s three historic districts.
This event is part of the 12th Annual Tour of Historic Homes & Gardens featuring Dunleath. Guided walking tours are FREE and will take an hour and a half depending on questions.