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Stop 15: Hale House

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    The Hale House was constructed in 1847.

    Situated on a rise overlooking the town below, Haymount is one of Fayetteville’s oldest and most intact residential neighborhoods. The structures illustrate the development of residential architecture of Fayetteville from 1817 to 1950. Notable for encompassing all major national architectural trends during this time span and serving as the home of prominent families.

    Please note that the sites located within Historic Haymount are private residences, and we ask that you respect the privacy of these homeowners and view these sites street-side.

    Hours: Daily, before dusk. Exterior view only.

    Next Stop: Continue on Hale Street.

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