Courtesy of North Carolina Estates, Harry Branch.
The William C. Coker House is distinguished by its unique history & extraordinary setting. Built in 1908 for botany professor William C. Coker, the house & its notable gardens testify to the complimentary functions of architecture & gardening.The Prairie Style of architecture was selected by Coker for his home’s design.The structure’s deep overhanging eaves, prow-gabled slate roof, grouped casement windows, interior stone chimney & exterior finish speak to an integration with nature & natural materials.
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