Hartsfield-Perry Farm

WAKE COUNTY HISTORIC LANDMARK

According to the Capital Area Preservation, the Hartsfield-Perry Farm is "an outstanding antebellum farm complex, the Hartsfield-Perry Farm commands a marvelous rural setting. Surrounded by mature oak trees, the two story L-shaped house at the center of the complex was built in 1835, when Dr. Wesley Hartsfield is known to have been living there with his father, Andrew Hartsfield (1765-1861), a prominent Methodist minister. The house and property retain a high degree of integrity of location, setting, design, materials, workmanship, feeling, and association."