Isabelle Bowen Henderson House and Garden

The house and gardens compose a carefully planned Williamsburg Revival estate developed by Mrs. Henderson, prominent artist, horticulturist, and patron of the arts. The estate consists of a main house and carriage, herb, tool and guest houses built around a brick terrace. The gardens, subject of local tours, educational programs, and publication during Mrs. Henderson's life, sparked the popularity of the Williamsburg style in Raleigh. Private residence.

Date: 1930s



213 Oberlin Road