About Piedmont Historic Homes

A guide to the most historic, notable and distinctive 18th-, 19th- and early- to mid-20th-century homes for sale in North Carolina’s Piedmont Triad region and, occasionally, especially notable homes in nearby areas.

Piedmont Historic Homes is an independent site, not connected to any real estate firm or nonprofit organization.

Information comes from listing websites (Redfin.com, Zillow.com and others), N.C. Modernist, Preservation North Carolina, real estate agents, county tax records and deeds.

All information is believed to be accurate but is subject to change without notice and cannot be guaranteed. The information on this website is not intended to provide you with advice on real estate or any other matters.

The site is edited and maintained by David Arneke, a former member of the Greensboro Historic Preservation Commission and former president of Preservation Greensboro. He is a 30-year resident of the College Hill Historic District in Greensboro (in the Cannaday-Ferguson House, above). He also is a moderator of r/OldHouses on Reddit.

Effective September 1, 2021, Greensboro Historic Homes has been wrapped into Piedmont Historic Homes. Previous Greensboro blog posts are now found here.

If you have questions, comments or suggestions, please let us know.

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