Richard B. Haywood House

Richard B. Haywood, a founder of the North Carolina Medical Society, designed this Greek Revival brick townhouse, also known as Crabapple. Its outstanding feature is the superb Doric-order porch. The house is the last surviving dwelling in the Capitol Square Historic District and is still owned by the Haywood family. Private residence.

Date: 1854

Images

Richard B. Haywood House, 2010
Richard B. Haywood House, 2010 Image courtesy of A. Neifeld, Capital City Camera Club.
Richard B. Haywood House, 2010
Richard B. Haywood House, 2010 Side view. Image courtesy of A. Neifeld, Capital City Camera Club.
Richard B. Haywood House, 1980
Richard B. Haywood House, 1980 Image by Michael Zirkle Photography, copyright Raleigh Historic Development Commission.
Richard B. Haywood House, circa 1854
Richard B. Haywood House, circa 1854 First floor plan. Image courtesy of Historic Architecture Research. First floor plan, Richard Bennehan Haywood 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/bh006601101. NCSU Libraries’ Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials.
Richard B. Haywood House, circa 1854
Richard B. Haywood House, circa 1854 Second floor plan. Image courtesy of Historic Architecture Research. Second floor plan, Richard Bennehan Haywood 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/bh006602102. NCSU Libraries’ Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials.

Location

127 East Edenton Street

Metadata

RHDC, “Richard B. Haywood House,” Raleigh Historic, accessed July 18, 2024, https://raleighhistoric.org/items/show/31.