The abandoned Roanoke River Lighthouse in Edenton, North Carolina. Commissioned from This original location was on the Albemarle Sound and was on screw pilins. The lighthouse marked the entrance to the Roanoke River near Plymouth.
A white clapboard house built in 1782 stands on the shore of Edenton Bay, with inviting double porches and a row of glossy black rocking chairs facing out to the tranquil water. Just steps away from this Welcome Center, slips dot the harbor, where two nig
This Barber Queen Anne in Edenton, North Carolina, built in is handsomely designed and well-proportioned, with a notable veranda and another three-story octagonal tower. Twin house just down scaled into a smaller version.