Heck-Lee House

The Heck-Lee House is one of three distinct landmarks built in a variation of the Second Empire style by Colonel Jonathan M. Heck, a developer in the Oakwood neighborhood. Located on adjacent lots in the Oakwood Historic District, the Heck-Lee, Heck-Pool, and Heck-Wynne houses are differentiated by alterations made to them over time. They are also listed individually in the National Register of Historic Places. Private residence.

between 1872 and 1875

Images

Heck-Lee House, 2009 Image courtesy of D. Strevel, Capital City Camera Club.
Heck-Lee House, 1980s Image by Michael Zirkle Photography, copyright Raleigh Historic Development Commission.
Heck-Lee House, 1875 Cupola and second floor plans. Image courtesy of Historic Architecture Research. Cupola and second floor plans, Heck-Lee House, Raleigh, North Carolina. Project Records (UA110.041). Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries. July 29, 2014. http://d.lib.ncsu.edu/collections/catalog/bh028104103. NCSU Libraries’ Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials.
Heck-Lee House, 1875 First floor plan. Image courtesy of Historic Architecture Research. First floor plan, Heck-Lee House, Raleigh, North Carolina. Project Records (UA110.041). Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries. July 29, 2014. http://d.lib.ncsu.edu/collections/catalog/bh028103102. NCSU Libraries’ Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials.

Location

503 East Jones Street

Metadata

RHDC, “Heck-Lee House,” Raleigh Historic, accessed February 5, 2023, https://raleighhistoric.org/items/show/152.