Dodd-Hinsdale House

The Victorian-era home of Raleigh mayor William H. Dodd and later of attorney and legislator John Wetmore Hinsdale features a variety of architectural details. The house combines an Italianate-bracketed cornice, a Second Empire mansard-roofed tower, and an ornate Eastlake porch. In the late twentieth century, the dwelling narrowly escaped the wrecking ball and has been renovated for use as a restaurant.

Date: 1879

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Dodd-Hinsdale House, date unknown

Dodd-Hinsdale House, date unknown

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Dodd-Hinsdale House, 2009

Dodd-Hinsdale House, 2009

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Dodd-Hinsdale House, 1980s

Dodd-Hinsdale House, 1980s

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Dodd-Hinsdale House, 2009

Dodd-Hinsdale House, 2009

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Dodd-Hinsdale House, date unknown

Dodd-Hinsdale House, date unknown

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Dodd-Hinsdale House, date unknown

Dodd-Hinsdale House, date unknown

Image courtesy of T. Vaughn, "Dodd-Hinsdale House with Holiday Inn, Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina," State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO). View File Details Page

Dodd-Hinsdale House, 1997

Dodd-Hinsdale House, 1997

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Street Address:

330 Hillsborough Street [map]

Cite this Page:

RHDC, “Dodd-Hinsdale House,” Raleigh Historic, accessed June 23, 2017, http://raleighhistoric.org/items/show/64.
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