Heck-Andrews House

Architect G. S. H. Appleget designed this house for Confederate Colonel Jonathan McGee Heck. A characteristic mansard roof caps the Second Empire house and a dramatic central tower adorns the facade. Patterned slate and ornate brackets, window surrounds, and porch posts make this one of Raleigh's most distinctive Victorian-era houses. previously owned by the state, which restored its deteriorated exterior, the house is being converted by the North Carolina Association of Realtors, Inc. for office use and first floor venue space.

Date: 1870



309 North Blount Street