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Heritage Square

  • Overview

    Hours: Exterior view or by appointment only. Open to the public daily, before dusk.

    Sandford House is the main building on Heritage Square. Built in 1800, this Federal style home has been the residence for several prominent families of Scottish heritage who came up the Cape Fear River to settle in Fayetteville. The first to reside in this home was Duncan McLeran. He was a prominent citizen and one of the first elders of First Presbyterian Church. The next family to live here was John Adam and wife Sarah Donaldson. His father, Robert Adam, was an important local Scottish merchant and the first Commander of the Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry (F.I.L.I.). In 1820, the structure was purchased for use as the Bank of the United States, the first federal bank in North Carolina. John W. Sandford was the teller of the bank and he and his family resided upstairs on the top floor while the bank was in operation. The first floor was the bank and the basement held the vault. When the bank was discontinued in 1832, John W. Sandford purchased the building for his family home. Other prominent citizens lived in this home until it was purchased by The Woman's Club of Fayetteville in 1945. Open by appointment.

  • Amenities

    Accomodations
    General
    Accomodations
    • Deposit: Yes
    • Distance to Airport: 12
    • Distance to Convention Center: 9
    • Group Capacity: 80
    • Management: The Women's Club
    • Outdoor Capacity: 1000
    • Parking: Free
    • Total Capacity: 140
    • Total Rooms: 2
    General
    • Air Conditioning:
    • Handicap Accessible:
  • Meeting Facility

    Meeting Facilities

    Facility Info
    Meeting Rooms
    • Largest Room 80
    • Total Sq. Ft. 9528
    • Banquet Capacity 80
    • Number of Rooms 2
    Sanford House
    • Total Sq. Ft.: 9000
    • Banquet Capacity: 80
    • Reception Capacity: 150
    Oval Ballroom
    • Total Sq. Ft.: 528
    • Banquet Capacity: 35
    • Reception Capacity: 40