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Interesting film, beautiful views, nice Victorian House that the National Park Service is in the process of restoring; and on the porch is a lovely Craft gallery where Appalachian craft items are sold.
This lovely home built in the late 1800s has an interesting history, and it is second only to the Biltmore in size as a private residence in NC. It was built as the summer home of Moses Cone, who operated denim mills in Greensboro and...More
Flat Top Manor is a beautiful old home situated in mountains, with a beautiful view of those mountains and overlooking a lake. The house is located in the Moses H. Cone Memorial Park on the Blue Ridge Parkway, and is operated by the National Park...More
It is amazing how this beautiful home could be built in the mountains during the time period that it was built! It has an amazing view from the front porch. Sit in a rocker and rest, or walk around in the gift shop inside. They...More
I love coming across these well known...unknown "things' when we travel. I live near Moses Cone factory and Hospital, but never knew the origins. On top of the wonderful history, the home and history is amazing! And the view...
We stopped on our way home on the blue ridge parkway. It was a pleasant little surprise! The walking trails were nice. The house was a pretty. I was a little disappointed in what they had done with it. I wish they had more rooms...More
The manor is actually a visitors center. You can watch a video of the history of the manor. Nice view from the house. Worth stopping for the nice walk to the house and the view, and you can't beat the price - free.
I happened upon this lovely gem. It was a day when I also "happened" to hear about it, "happened" to meet a woman from the small town in Kansas where I spent much of my life, "happened" to be sitting on the porch talking to...More