Andrews-Duncan House

G. S. H. Appleget designed this symmetrical Italianate home for Confederate Captain Alexander B. Andrews. Although much different than the Heck-Andrews House in its overall effect, there are similarities in the window surrounds, finely ornamented brackets, and decorative porch posts. The original stable stands behind the house and retains its steep hip roof with cupola. The house is owned by the state and is used as offices.

Date: 1874

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Andrews-Duncan House

Andrews-Duncan House

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Andrews-Duncan House, 2010

Andrews-Duncan House, 2010

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Andrews-Duncan House, 1980s

Andrews-Duncan House, 1980s

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Andrews-Duncan House, date unknown

Andrews-Duncan House, date unknown

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Andrews-Duncan House, date unknown

Andrews-Duncan House, date unknown

Image courtesy of the North Carolina State Archives. View File Details Page

Andrews-Duncan House, date unknown

Andrews-Duncan House, date unknown

Image courtesy of Preservation North Carolina, "Andrews-Duncan House," Preservation North Carolina Historic Architecture Slide Collection, 1965-2005 (PNC slides), Built Heritage of North Carolina: Historic Architecture in the Old North State, North Carolina State University, Libraries, Special Collections Research Center. View File Details Page

Street Address:

407 North Blount Street [map]

Cite this Page:

RHDC, “Andrews-Duncan House,” Raleigh Historic, accessed June 23, 2017, http://raleighhistoric.org/items/show/66.
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