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Love-A-Landmark Party in College Hill!

Angle House 919 Spring Garden Street, Greensboro, United States

As a special fundraiser for Preservation Greensboro's work, the homeowners are graciously opening their doors to our supporters and friends. For a donation to PGI ($20 for members, $26 for non-members), you are welcome to see how this once vacant house has been dramatically transformed into a charming home.

An Evening at Hillsdale Farms

Hillsdale Farm Lake Brandt Rd, Greensboro, NC, United States

This is a unique opportunity to meet one of the nation’s most respected preservation contractors RON STALEY of Christman Corporation And to explore one of Greensboro’s grandest homes HILLSDALE FARMS, the Lunsford Richardson Estate. Hillsdale's architect was Brognard Okie, a Philadelphia-based architect who developed a national reputation for designing sprawling country estates using America’s earliest architecture…

Love-A-Landmark Party at the Sternberger Artists Center

Sternberger Artists Center 712 Summit Avenue, Greensboro, NC, United States

Join us for an exceptional evening to celebrate the arts and architecture at the Sternberger Artists Center. The Sigmund Sternberger House on Summit Avenue is the finest Italian Renaissance Revival style residence in Greensboro. It was built for Sternberger (1887-1964), treasurer of the massive Revolution Cotton Mill, in 1926. Harry Barton, one of the city’s most prominent early twentieth-century architects, deftly handled its design, combining deep red bricks, green tiles, and limestone Venetian openings and arcades into an elegant villa that stands out even among the grand Queen Anne/Colonial Revival and Neoclassical Revival style dwellings of the locally-designated Summit Avenue/Charles B. Aycock Historic District.

Love-A-Loewenstein Party

Willis House 707 Blair Street, Greensboro, NC, United States

Do you love Mid-Century Modernism? Do you love mod parties? Why not enjoy both at our mod party at the Willis House? The 1965 Willis House is significant due to its retention of character-defining architectural features specified by Greensboro architects Loewenstein-Atkinson. Edward Loewenstein and Robert A. Atkinson Jr. led a firm notable for its promotion…

Sip & See at Hillside – A January Preservation Benefit

Hillside Estate 301 Fisher Park Circle, Greensboro, NC, United States

Hillside is a house like no other, steeped in history and designed by Greensboro star-architect Charles Hartmann. The house will be open from cellar to second floor so that you can see work being done to convert this neglected treasure into an elegant estate. Learn more about these preservation efforts, explore the house, and meet new friends! A limited number of reservations are available, but we will hold additional sneak-peeks in the future!

Love-A-Landmark Party at Tar Heel Manor

Tar Heel Manor 604 Summit Avenue, Greensboro, NC, United States

Tar Heel Manor was constructed by Nellie and John C. Clapp around 1904. The original form of the house included a simple pyramidal roofline embellished with four dormer windows on each elevation. Within a few years, the house was greatly enhanced by architect Richard Gambier with a stunning new gambrel roofline. In 1938 the house…


Love-A-Landmark in Sunset Hills

Contact us for address NC, United States

In 1915, Hugh N. Preddy of Oak Ridge married Mary Dodson of Thomasville. By 1928, the couple took a mortgage of $10,324, and purchased their splendid Tudor Revival home overlooking Greenway Park. At the time of their purchase, Preddy served as a clerk for the Greensboro office of E. A. Pierce & Company, on Friendly…


Love-A-Landmark in Fisher Park

909 North Elm 909 North Elm Street, Greensboro, NC, United States

Our fundraising series continues in the Fisher Park neighborhood at the 1913 Leak House! The house was designed by one of Greensboro’s esteemed architects, J. H. Hopkins for Minnie Lyon and Frank Leak. The couple had two children, Mildred and Mary Lyon. Mary Lyon later married Arthur Caine, and in 1966 she was the first…


Evening at Blandwood

Blandwood Museum 447 West Washington Street, Greensboro, NC, United States

Come enjoy Blandwood at twilight with this special event hosted by members of the Preservation Greensboro Board of Directors! Blandwood was designed in 1844 by one of America's preeminent architects, Alexander Jackson Davis of New York, and he knew how to design a house to impress. Perhaps his greatest aptitude was in designing houses for…