Mill Hill - Cabarrus County, NC
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Sneakin Deacon
N 35° 28.979 W 080° 42.562
17S E 526364 N 3926644
This historic marker stands on Mooresville Road in Cabarrus County, North Carolina
Waymark Code: WM7V0D
Location: North Carolina, United States
Date Posted: 12/04/2009
Published By:Groundspeak Regular Member fatcat161
Views: 7

Mill Hill was built in about 1821 by Jacob Stirewalt, who was known to be a master builder of the era. His design reflects the lifestyle of the more affluent citizens of the early 1800’s. The house features a carved staircase and detailed interior molding. It is one of the few surviving Federal Period homes in the piedmont area of North Carolina.

The text of the marker reads:

"Early example of Greek Revival architecture in South. Built, circa 1821, by Jacob Stirewalt. House stands one mile southeast."
Marker Name: Mill Hill

Marker Type: Roadside

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